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Cancer Acupuncturists in San Diego
“I have over 40 years extensive clinical experienced .ln China has Acupuncturist, RN and MD licenses. I'm Proficient in Western Medicine and Chinese Medicine extensive education and Clinical training . I'm Specialization: 1) relief PAIN ( for Auto Accident; Injury; Sport Injury . 2) STROKE rehabilitation; My scalp acupuncture with electrical treatment for stroke is Kind of unique and effective. 3) Obstetrics/Gynecology/Infertility. Please Email : firstname.lastname@example.org Call (619) 621-1272 For an appointment.
“I strive for every patient to achieve a state of continued wellness. My ideal client is someone who wants to live a full and happy life. I believe that every individual has the tools within them to achieve health and happiness - and that both are attainable now.
“Board certified in acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine, Allison's passion for healing dates back to the experiences she endured after suffering a devastating injury. She struggled along this path until she realized that she could turn her health crisis into an opportunity. She began to view her painful experiences as a chance to understand the healing process on a deeper level and to relate to others on their healing path. Allison believes that wellness is one's greatest gift. She uses this understanding to connect to her patients throughout their healing process.
“My ideal client is someone who is active, motivated, and eager to get back to 100%. I have an extensive background in the treatment of orthopedic disorders, sports-related injuries, and work-stress that manifests as chronic tension and postural misalignment. I spent 2 years training at a Sports Medicine Acupuncture clinic; I worked at UCSD's RIMAC center for student athletes; I've treated triathletes, Iron Man and Ultra Man competitors, Marathoners, and Olympic-level Athletes. I also have experience treating the elderly, autoimmune disorders, gynecological/women's health, and many others.
“Licensed Acupuncturist Karen Rohrbaugh treats patients with chronic pain and illness, anxiety/stress, PMS/menopause and many other health concerns. She is a compassionate listener and healer. In addition to using needles, Karen uses the Acutron Mentor, a microcurrent device, which has been endorsed by the NFL and the US Olympic Committee to treat pain. Karen also offers a unique type of facial rejuvenation using microcurrent and color light therapy. This treatment reduces fine lines and wrinkles, puffiness and sagging skin-with no pain, no down time and no needles.
“Growing up in Vietnam and influenced by the culture of Asia, I began absorbing in acupuncture and herbal medicine in my childhood. I earned my Master's degree in Traditional Oriental Medicine in 1996 and have been in private practice ever since. Since 2008 I have been awarded the Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine degree from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, where I taught and supervised with strict traditional standards balanced with large dosages of humor.
“Welcome!I have over 15 years experience in treating the young and elderly with all forms of pain, stress,internal disorders as well as facial rejuvenation. I use acupuncture,herbology, nutrition,cleansing and life coaching to help bring back my patients to health and balance. My ideal patient is one who is looking for a practitioner that believes in treating the "Whole Being" with individualized care and compassion.
“My passion in my professional life is to understand the human body, physiologically and pathologically, in multiple different medical philosophical systems and integrate them to the best outcome for my patients.This includes strategically integrating Traditional Chinese medical philosophy with our Western medical scientific analytical mindset in the area of bio chemistry and neurophysiology. To grasp a firm understanding of Traditional Chinese medicine, in its application through clinical experience and researching the classics, while studying neurophyisiology and western medicine as a whole, identifying and strengthening the benefits of CAM modalities while bridging the gap between Western medicine and Eastern medicine.
“Farahnaz Akhavan has worked in the alternative medicine and health care field for over 20 years. She worked in the field of OB/GYN and women's health for several years before becoming an alternative medicine practitioner. She also worked with the united nations as health care professional for two years. She has helped chronically ill patients for numerous years through pain management and nutritional / herbal consultation. She has post graduate training in pain management, migraine headache, and arthritis pain. She accepts attorney's lien for auto and work injuries.
“Valerie Beckwith, L.Ac. received her training at South Baylo University, where she established a strong foundation of Traditional Chinese Medicine. She received her clinical training at SBU Clinic where she excelled at treating a variety of internal medicine patients with acupuncture and herbs.
“Dr.Yibin Wang: Physician from China; Has been practicing integrated Traditional Chinese Medicine(TCM) and Western Medicine for 40 years; Ph.D. in Oriental Medicine; Licensed Acupuncturist in CA and other states throughout the nation; Received standard education and clinical training in Western and Traditional Chinese Medicine; Teacher and Supervisor at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine(PCOM); Taught and still teaches Eastern Nutrition, Herbs, Diagnosis and Evaluation classes. She has very very patient and sweet lady in her personality.
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“I have been in the holistic health field since the 1980's, I have a wide knowledge of varied therapies in massage, movement therapies, breathing exercises, herbal treatments, as well as acupuncture. I believe in utilizing ancient wisdom as well as modern science and I am constantly developing my knowledge base to be a better therapist. I spent my life dedicated to seeing to your well being. My goal is to make you feel better.
“Pediatric acupuncture and Chinese herbs treat a wide variety of children's conditions including digestive disorders like colic, poor appetite, picky eating, diarrhea, constipation etc; lung problems including asthma, infections, colds, flu, recurrent ear infections etc; injuries and orthopedic disorders; behavioral problems including ADD/ADHD; genetic disorders including Tourrette's Syndrome, Autism, Down's Syndrome; and others including eye disorders, vision problems, bedwetting, nightmares, poor sleep, and headaches to name a few. Almost any disease or syndrome can be treated or managed using traditional Chinese medicine, without any of the side effects typically encountered in Western medical settings.
“Jared Andersen is the owner and chief practitioner of Evolution Acupuncture. He earned his Masters of Science in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine and Holistic Health Practitioner certification from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. He has completed internships at UCSD RIMAC center treating NCAA athletes and at the University of California's downtown integrative medical clinic treating psycho-emotional and physical disorders in the homeless with acupuncture and Chinese medicine. Jared is committed to creating and inspiring the change necessary for his patients to achieve their desired state of well being using both modern and ancient technologies.
“I help individuals with mental and emotional suffering . If you are constantly over thinking, have poor self esteem, feel hopeless, addicted and lack the motivation to do daily tasks, there is hope for you in Eastern medicine! Acupuncture can help you on the path to balance and vibrancy in life. Let me help you discover your Inner Spark.
“Deb Davies is a licensed acupuncturist, birth doula, and child birth educator based in San Diego. Since graduating from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in 2008, she found her passion working with children and women's health issues, especially related to fertility, pregnancy and birthing. She currently maintains her acupuncture practice, while teaching expectant couples the HypnoBirthing techniques for a more relaxing and natural labor and delivery. In addition to women's health issues Deb successfully treats pain, digestive issues, mood disorders, allergies, addictions and many more common complaints.
“I have been studying and treating the human body for 20 years and love to share my abilities with clients and patients. I like to see the entire picture and how inbalances in any one area or region can affect the entire body - then I like to collect as much information as possible, like pieces to a puzzle and then come up with a treatment plan to help you reach your desired goals as they pertain health and wellness! Most my patients and clients refer their family, friends and co-workers.
“My goals of treatment are to use acupuncture techniques and massage to alleviate pain, promote relaxation, facilitate healing, and achieve balance; and to provide nutritional and herbal recommendations that will strengthen the body and alleviate symptoms of discomfort. By assisting patients in setting and achieving personal goals that promote a healthy lifestyle, and providing education directed towards those goals, I will be able to support you in your quest for health.
“Desiree Sterling received her Master's of Science from Pacific College of Oriental medicine (PCOM) in San Diego in 2005. She graduated from the Norwegian College of Acupuncture in 2002 and has also had formal training in Physical Therapy from Oslo, Norway. She has treated collegiate athletes at the RIMAC sports facility at UCSD in San Diego. Some of her training includes functional endocrinology, functional blood chemistry, and neuro-endocrine-immune problems. She provides treatments for endocrine and hormonal disorders related to infertility, chronic fatigue, digestive disorders, decreased immunity, hypoglycemia, insulin resistance, diabetes, thyroid and adrenal issues and cardiovascular conditions.
“Effective pain relief with acupuncture in an amazing warm & friendly spa like office! Affordable rates, great location with parking, & personal injury is our specialty. I have 18 years of experience in the healing arts. I received my Masters in Traditional Chinese Medicine at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, San Diego. In addition, I've studied and trained in China at the Chengdu University Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine. I received my B.A. in Cultural and Medical anthropology from the University of California, Santa Cruz.
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Acupuncture in San Diego - is it right for me?
Acupuncture is based on the concepts of oriental medicine or traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) and is one of the oldest healing practices in the world. San Diego acupuncturists are health care professionals who evaluate and treat the many conditions, aches and pains that respond to acupuncture.
Acupuncturists insert very fine acupuncture needles into a number of trigger points on your body. The purpose of the needles is to stimulate acupuncture points or meridians. The needles do not inject any substance into your body and are so fine as to be virtually impossible to feel. In some cases, acupuncture may be accompanied by electrical stimulation or the burning of moxa, a form of heat therapy. Or use acupressure, where physical pressure is applied by hand or elbow to trigger points with the aim of clearing blockages in these meridians.
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