I'm an acupuncturist whose been in private practice for over 22 years. My areas of specialty are pain management, digestive disorders and hormonal imbalances.
I am located in East County El Cajon.
My passion is to improving an individuals quality of life through Acupuncture by decreasing pain and discomfort and achieving homeostasis.
When I first came in for treatment my blood work was showing high cholesterol markers and I was experiencing a lot of bloating after eating . I wasn't happy and not sure that acupuncture could help, but I've got to say it was the best thing I could have done for myself. It took a few treatments but now my cholesterol is within normal limits and I can eat without the worry of being bloated. Thanks Ida!
On the initial first office visit, I will do a complete intake, consult and physical exam along with an acupuncture treatment. It typically will take about an hour.
Thereafter, each treatment will range from 1/2 hour to 45 minutes.
To be an Acupuncturist is a four year Master's Degree Program. You then take a State Board exam, if you pass you are given a license to practice Chinese Medicine.
After I received my Master's Degree in Chinese Medicine, I then took a two year Residency in Women's Medicine.