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Come and see me!

Janet Lee, L.Ac., DACM, FABORM

Vitality Holistic Medicine

8131 Wornall Rd.

Kansas City, MO 64114

Phone: (917) 855-1579


Janet’s Background

Janet Lee received her doctorate in acupuncture and Chinese medicine (DACM) from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in San Diego. She is a licensed acupuncturist (L.Ac.) in California, Missouri and Kansas and a diplomate of Oriental medicine (Dipl. OM). Janet is a Fellow of the American Board of Oriental Reproductive Medicine, the only practitioner in Kansas City to have earned this distinction and one of only two in KS, meaning she has completed extensive specialized training in women’s health and infertility. She has also dedicated hundreds of additional hours to the study of sports medicine and corrective exercise. In 2013, she also completed a training program at Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Chengdu, China, with rotations in oncology, neurology, cardiology and andrology.

  • Continues to pursue education and training in reproductive medicine and pregnancy health
  • Brings an extensive background in health and fitness. She’s a certified yoga teacher (Yoga Medicine), Certified Exercise Physiologist (American College of Sports Medicine) and a Corrective Exercise Specialist (National Academy of Sports Medicine).
  • Wrote The Supplement Handbook (Rodale, November 2014) with Mark Moyad, MD, the world’s foremost supplement expert, which is a research-based guide to using supplements to help treat more than 100 health conditions [link to buy book]
  • Writes health, nutrition and fitness stories for national magazines, including Consumer Reports, Self, Shape, Real Simple and Cosmopolitan

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“The beauty of Chinese medicine is that it looks at the entire body and coaxes it to return to its preferred balanced state. There’s no gastroenterologist, ob/gyn, endocrinologist, psychiatrist, or cardiologist. It’s just your Chinese medicine doctor. Your body’s various systems don’t work in isolation. Why approach healing them in that way?”

– Janet Lee, L.Ac.