Allison Siebern, PhD, LAc, CBSM


Fridays by appointment only.


Acupuncture offers a non-medication option to help rehabilitate, neuromodulate, and neuroregulate the body’s system. In our clinic, acupuncture is focused on improving sleep and neurological health specifically insomnia, restless leg symptoms, circadian rhythm dysregulation, and symptoms that occur post-stroke, MS, Parkinson’s, TBI and PTSD as well as for general wellness. 


Dr. Allison Siebern is a dually licensed psychologist (NC and CA) and acupuncturist (NC) and as a neuroacupsychophysiologist, she blends her training and expertise in neuroscience-based acupuncture, cognitive behavioral medicine, psychophysiology, photobiomodulation, and clinical neuroscience to offer patients a variety of treatment options to improve sleep and brain health.

She has been working in the field of sleep medicine for over 15 years and is board certified in Behavioral Sleep Medicine by the American Board of Sleep Medicine. She is currently an Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor at the Stanford School of Medicine Sleep Center, the birthplace of clinical sleep medicine and pioneering sleep research where she continues to provide didactics, conduct research, and is involved in training the next generation of sleep specialists.

Dr. Siebern specializes in sleep and neurological conditions using an integrative non-medication approach drawing on multiple disciplines and modalities to create precision care. She is a pioneer in the model of integrative sleep health and a national expert in the field that includes peer reviewed journal articles, national conference presentations and media interviews.​