Dr. Andreas Schwerte specializes in Fertility Acupuncture in San Francisco, reproductive health, the treatment of pain, stress-related illness, allergies, autoimmune, and hormonal disorders.


With more than 15 years of experience in this field, Dr. Schwerte enjoys a reputation as a compassionate, knowledgeable, and devoted partner on your path to parenthood and wellness.



With more than 20 years of experience in treating complex musculoskeletal pain Dr. Schwerte has earned a reputation of being the go-to-doctor for sports/work/overuse injuries as well as longstanding painful conditions.



From insomnia and anxiety to environmental allergies and complex autoimmune issues, Dr. Schwerte has helped thousands of his patients overcome these issues and regain their health/wellbeing.


Bilingual in English and German, Dr. Schwerte’s practice is located in the heart of San Francisco’s Financial District, close to BART, as well as MUNI’s streetcars, buses and cable cars.

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Words cannot convey my gratitude and appreciation for Andreas’s services so it’s difficult to do him justice in a couple paragraphs.
Kristen B., Yelp
I walked in with low back pain and walked out pain free.
Andrew K., Yelp
I’ve seen many holistic medical professionals over the years, as well as, acupuncturists. However, no one can come close to my experience with Andreas Schwerte.
Stirling S.

Recent Articles

Depression Lowers Women’s Chances of Pregnancy

A study published in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, found a 38 percent decrease in the average probability of conception in a given menstrual cycle among women who reported severe depressive symptoms, compared to those with no or low symptoms.

Chinese Medicine Goes Under the Microscope ─ The Wall Street Journal

Scientists studying a four-herb combination discovered some 1,800 years ago by Chinese herbalists have found that the substance enhances the effectiveness of chemotherapy in patients with colon cancer.

Coffee, Infertility, and Pregnancy

Scientists have been debating for years about the effects of coffee on our health. As studies show, coffee is a definite “No” when it comes to pregnancy and fertility.

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