My experience with Traditional Chinese Medicine started when I was a child. My grandfather and uncle are both TCM doctors, which has given me the opportunity to explore this fantastic medical modality at an early age.
Life is an interesting journey. In my early years, besides TCM, I was also interested in language, so I chose to become an interpreter of Japanese and Chinese. Although it had nothing to do directly with TCM, this experience has helped me to become better at communication.
America is a country that has the most advanced modern medicine. Yet, I also noticed the open-mindedness and acceptance of natural medicine. So, I attended Northwestern Health Sciences University to continue my TCM education.
I have been fortunate to have had a broad clinical acupuncture experience that includes University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital, Aliveness Project for HIV/AIDS patients. In addition, I have worked with patients who suffered from chronic digestive and endocranial issues, such as IBS and diabetes.
I have always been passionate about health and helping others. TCM is my calling, and I believe the future of medicine is to Live Natural and Heal Natural.