Over 30 years in publication, the Journal of Acupuncture & Integrative Medicine (JAIM) has earned a reputation for quality, integrity, and timeliness among the acupuncture and integrative medical community. JAIM features peer-reviewed articles that emphasize research, clinical therapies, and historical perspectives in acupuncture medicine.
JAIM is distributed across the US and internationally to licensed acupuncturists, students of Chinese medicine, AOM colleges and libraries, western medical schools and hospitals with an integrative medicine focus
Readership includes licensed acupuncturists; student practitioners; educators, scholars, and researchers of AOM; allied health professionals and integrative medicine practitioners.
JAIM is a publication of CSOMA.
Dr. Jordan Wheeler
Editor in Chief
Dr. Jordan Wheeler, LAc has been studying natural medicine for the last 15 years, first obtaining his Bachelor of Science in Herbal Sciences from Bastyr University in Seattle. He then earned his Master of Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine from the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine (ACTCM) in San Francisco in 2013. Having completed the didactic portion of the Doctorate of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from ACTCM, Jordan has since switched to the transitional Doctorate of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine to focus on integrative medicine care. Dr. Wheeler serves as JAIM’s Editor in Chief.
Dr. Robyn Adcock
Robyn “Ra” Adcock, DACM, LAc, is a specialist in Pediatric Acupuncture at UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital, where she is honored to work on the Integrated Pediatric Pain & Palliative (IP3) Care Team alongside a diverse team of medical professionals where she is developing one of the most robust pediatric acupuncture hospital programs in the country.
Dr. Adcock helped develop several Chinese medicine and acupuncture programs at UCSF including: a 3-year PCORI clinical research study about the use of acupressure to support pediatric oncology patients; an internationally-recognized staff support program that provided 4,000 acupuncture treatments for 1,200 different hospital nurses, doctors, and administrators; and a series of self-care Qigong classes for the UCSF community.
She also serves as: Executive Director of the California State Oriental Medical Association (CSOMA); a professor for doctoral programs and medical schools; and a consultant for integrative medical programs, hospitals, major medical centers and allied corporations.