Lindsay Trottier, Doctor of Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine

3322 Sweetwater springs Blvd Ste 202
Spring valley, CA 91977


Credentials + experience

Licensed Acupuncturist, 

California Acupuncture Board

Doctorate of Acupuncture & Chinese Medicine

M.S. Traditional Oriental Medicine,

Pacific College of Oriental Medicine

B.A. Interdisciplinary Studies:

Political Science, Geography & Spanish

San Diego State University

Certified Premier Level 
Balance Method Acupuncturist

The Academy of Acupuncture

Ba Zi Consultant

The Academy of Acupuncture

Acupuncture & Herbology Internships,

  • Pacific College of Oriental Medicine Clinic
  • Rady Children's Hospital
  • UCSD Rimac Student Athlete Clinic
  • San Diego Cancer Research Institute
  • Balance Method Acupuncture                       w/ Dr. Richard Tan & Dr. Eileen Han
  • Internship at AcuSport

About Dr. Lindsay Trottier

Lindsay Trottier, DACM L.Ac. is a board-certified acupuncturist and doctor of acupuncture and Chinese medicine practicing in San Diego, CA.

Dr. Trottier first entered the profession of health and wellness as a certified personal trainer and then as a receptionist in an acupuncture clinic. As a competitive student-athlete, Dr Trottier has always been interested in functional movement and healthy recovery. Upon completing her undergraduate studies, she was inspired to begin her training in acupuncture and herbal medicine. In 2015, Dr. Trottier began an apprenticeship with Dr. Eileen Han to extend her knowledge of the Balance Method acupuncture made famous by Dr. Richard Tan.

Dr. Trottier has experience helping patients of all ages with sports injuries, chronic pain syndromes, digestive complaints, women’s health issues, pre- and post-natal care, cancer-treatment side effects, mental-emotional health, and people with developmental and acquired disabilities.

Her training includes working with NCAA athletes at the UCSD RIMAC center, supporting patients undergoing treatment for various cancers at the UCSD Cancer Center in Encinitas and Rady's Children's Hospital, and caring for children admitted to the Helen Bernardy Center for Medically Fragile Children.

In 2019, Dr. Trottier completed her BaZi Consultant Certification through The Academy of Acupuncture, and now incorporates this understanding of chronoanalysis into her acupuncture practice and also offers virtual consultations to people around the world.