ABOUT US

Susan Ko portraitSusan Ko, MS, L.Ac. is a California state board licensed acupuncturist and herbalist. She holds a Master of Science degree from the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine. With her interest in women's and community health, she has worked in a number of public and private settings including a medical outreach project in Paraguay for Amigos de las Americas, Haight Ashbury Community Clinic, the Women's Community Clinic in SF, and with Dr. Lifang Liang, renowned specialist in infertility and gynecology.

In her post-graduate studies, she has completed the Diplomate in Canonical Chinese Medicine, a specialty post-graduate herbal medicine program based in the classical tradition of the Shang Han Lun and Jing Gui Yao Lue, instructed by Arnaud Versluys, PhD, MD, LAc. She also practices Kiiko Matsumoto style acupuncture, which is currently the favored acupuncture style taught at Harvard Medical School. Both styles of acupuncture and herbal medicine are “classically” based with traditions dating back to 200 BCE in China, and have lasted the test of time with clinical efficacy and safety.

With extensive training in Chinese herbal medicine, nutrition, and acupuncture, she has worked effectively in treating many acute and chronic ailments. This includes digestive disorders, mood/anxiety and stress disorders, cardiac and respiratory disorders, allergies, dermatological conditions, diabetes, autoimmune diseases, and fertility and reproductive issues in both men and women. She gained special training in gynecology and obstetrics, helping women through difficulties from menarche through their reproductive years, including problems during pregnancy and postpartum, and through menopause.


Sung Kim portraitSung Kim, MS, L.Ac. is a California state board licensed acupuncturist and nationally certified by the National Certification Commission in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. He obtained his Master of Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine from the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in San Francisco, California.

His 1,000 hour clinical internship was spent at various facilities such as the Rehabilitation Ward of California Pacific Medical Center; majority of patients treated at CPMC were undergoing post-stroke or spinal cord injury rehabilitation. He is a medical consultant to the Chronic Pain Documentary Series and is a subject in their series of interviews.

 







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