CV Education

Chinese Medicine Schools

1994 -1997  

South Baylo University School of Oriental Medicine

1996 -1997

American Acupuncture Academy (300 hours Acupuncture Orthopedics)  

1997

Advanced Clinical Training in Orthopedics- Institute of Orthopedics and Traumatology, China Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine: Beijing, China

Continuing Education in Chinese Medicine

1998 July 24-26

An Outlook on the Clinical Treatment of Modern Oriental Medicine (16 Hours)

1999 Aug 15

Master Tong’s Special Acupuncture Points (4 Hours)

2000 July 20

Master Tong’s Special Acupuncture Points (4 Hours)

2000 July 21

Advanced Balanced Method Treating Internal Medicine Disorders (7 Hours)

2001 March 18

Diabeties Mellitus and Advanced Research of Cancer Treatment in TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) (4 Hours)

2001 March 30

TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) Compliment to Cancer Therapy (7 Hours)

2001 Aug 5

Face Reading and Diagnosis (7 Hours)

2002 Oct 19-21

Chinese Medical Gynecology Course One (30 Hours)

2003 Aug 23

The Theory of Yin/Yang in the Ling Shu (8 Hours )

2003 Sept 27

The Theory of the Meridians in the Ling Shu (8 Hours)

2003 Dec 6

Acupuncture Technique in the Ling Shu (4 Hours)

2005 Mar 12-13

Acupuncture Facial Rejuvenation (15 Hours)

2005 July 8

Applications of Tai Chi Chuan and Chi Gong in Clinical Practice (8 Hours)

2005 July 18-19

Classical Five Element Acupuncture, “Beginning the Journey (15 Hours)

2005 Dec. 4-5

Japanese Acupuncture Series II, “Mystery of the Needles Part II (15 Hours)

2006 Mar 12-13

Japanese Acupuncture Series III, “Akabane-Moxibustion and Shonishin-Pediatric Massage (15 Hours)

2006 April 29-30

Advanced Auricular Therapy and Beginning Auricular Medicine (15 Hours)

2006 June 24-25

Japanese Acupuncture Series IV, Fukushin-Abdominal Diagnosis (15 Hours)

 
Professional Experience

1998-present  

Private Practice Lake Forest, California

1998-present

Instructor of Oriental Medicine at South Baylo University  

1997

Internship Dong Zhi Men Hospital, Bei Jing, China

1996-present

Instructor Tai Chi Chuan and Qi Gong

1998

Saddleback College Athletic Department (volunteer medical staff)

1997-present

Lecturer at University California, Irvine

1996-1997

Lecturer at California State University, Long Beach

1999

Lecturer at Children’s Hospital of Orange County, Santa Ana, California

1998-present

Lecturer at The Yoga Place, Mission Viejo and Costa Mesa, California

 
Martial Arts

1993-present

Amy Tong’s Tai Chi & Qi Gong School

1992-1994

Shaolin Kung Fu School 1992-1994

 
Memberships and Societies  

Member, California State Oriental Medical Association

Member, Kiwanis Club Lake Forest, California

Member, American Acupuncture Council

Continuing Education Provider for California Registered Nurses

 
Publications

California Journal of Oriental Medicine, Summer 1999

“Life Begins with a Breath” CD ROM related to improving circulation and health at the work place

 
License, Awards, and Certification  

California State Licensed Acupuncturist

Dipl. Acupuncture, National Commission of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine

Dipl. Chinese Herbology, National Commission of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine

Clean Needle Technique Certificate, National Commission of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine

CPR Certified

Diplomat National Board of Acupuncture Orthopedics Certification Pending

President’s Award for outstanding achievement South Baylo University

 
Communication

1988-1989

University of Oklahoma

1989-1991

Saddleback College