Health Professionals in Los Angeles, CA
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"Dr. Li has 30 years clinic practicing and teaching experience in China and the United States. He earned his medical degree in 1982, and later, his Ph.D. in the field of Chinese Internal Medicine from Heilongjiang University of TCM in China. He completed his internship and residency at Shanghai Yu-Dian hospital in China. Currently, Dr. Li practices and teaches in the UCLA Center for East-West Medicine. Concurrently, he also teaches Chinese medicine and acupuncture in the Yo San University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. He is also an active faculty member at Emperior's College of Traditional Oriental Medicine."
"As a Licensed Massage Therapist, in 3 states (CA, CO, and previously, MA), with nearly 19 years of experience, I can speak to the deep value of massage. With so much time in this field, I have seen a huge variety of health-related issues, both mental and physiological, that have benefited from massage. Regular massage can alleviate stress, prevent illness and injury, heal current "issues in your tissues", and promote a more balanced mindset in life. I offer a blend of massage styles, including Swedish, Deep Tissue, and Trigger Point work.Trust me, your body/mind will thank you!"
"Sun Kil Choi, L.Ac, Ph.D., has been treating patients for more than 50 years in both the United States and and Korea, and one of the earliest generations who established Oriental Medicine in Los Angeles. In addition to devoting his life-time effort towards patients and seeking his profession, he has educated numerous students and followers and delivered them the most essential knowledge to heal the people in need."
"I specialize in the treatment of chronic inflammatory conditions, such as IBS, Crohn's, UC, fibromyalgia, migraines, heartburn, joint pain, fatigue, MS, sinus infections, rashes, and acne. Inflammation is the common link among these conditions, and sensitivity to FOOD (or chemicals in food) is often a main cause of symptoms."
"From her Masters degree in Biology from Wake Forest University, to multiple journal publications in the field of Immunology, Kryssa joins the healing arts with an in-depth understanding of life processes. After finishing her Doctorate from Cleveland Chiropractic College in Los Angeles, she compelted a post-doctoral Certification in Pediatric Chiropractic with the International Chiropractic Pediatrics Association, and she continues to pursue a Certification in Neurology with the Carrick Institute of Neurology. Kryssa has a passion for alternative family health care from food to child-birth, to family emotional and physical health. Please visit her website www.drkryssa.com ."
"My name is Rebekah Hennes and I am an eating disorder dietitian. I have taught intuitive eating to people with unnatural eating habits for over a fifteen years at the following locations: Center for Change, Provo, UT * Pepperdine University, Malibu, CA * MonteNido Treatment Center, Malibu, CA * and The Eating Disorder Center of California, Brentwood, CA. I have also done phone counseling for the past ten years and am available to work with you in Los Angeles, online through a HIPAA approved video portal, or via phone at a time and place that is convenient for you."
"It is my belief that a caring touch can offer great healing. Not only on the physical level, but also and perhaps more importantly, the mental, emotional and spiritual levels. I offer many services to address the whole body/mind connection. I love doing EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) as it involves mind and body via tapping on meridian points to release emotional issues."
"As the 2th generation acupuncturist, Soyoung Choi L.Ac. I have trained for 8years under Sun Kil, Choi(Choy Acupuncture Clinic)master who is 1th generation as a family business. I Majored biological science(Biology, Chemistry, Phisics, Geology) in university. So I can explain to patients efficient knowledge, how to working.I specialize in neck and shoulder, lumbar pain related to sports medicine or accident. stress management, Bell's palsy and paralysis in more special in choy acupuncture clinic."
"After study, practice and professional certification since 1990, I offer unique treatments that draw from Rolfing Myofascial, CranioSacral, Visceral, Vascular and Neural Manipulation, Chikly Brain and Lymphatic Drainage, Energy therapy to relieve persistent or recurring pain and issues. My clients experience relief from their digestive, women's, men's issues, low back aches, headaches, syndromes, dysfunctions and related problems. The treatments are gentle and effective. I work by appointment in Los Angeles. http://somasyntax.com"
"Do you suffer from Migrains, Neck pain, Shoulder pain or Back pain? Do you have old injuries that you suspect could be the cause of your current discomfort, even if they seem unrelated? Have you suffered physical as well as emotional trauma? If so, please give me the opportunity to assist you on your path to health and wellness."
"We are changing the view of healthcare-from "sickness care" to "wellness care". Nearly 80% of all diseases today are brought on by lifestyle choices - contributing factors ranging from obesity, poor nutrition, poor posture, physical inactivity, high stress and low hydration levels. Many of these factors can be controlled and we are here to help our patients change them."
"I believe we have a fundamental right to enjoy good health: to sleep well, to awaken refreshed- to move through our days with abundant energy & clarity of thought- to feel connected to our friends, family, co-workers and our environment. Yet the stressful demands of urban living have made it increasingly difficult to lead healthful, happy lives. Chinese Medicine offers an opportunity to rebalance and to revitalize- to make positive changes in our well-being: to recover from illness or injury; to feel...better!"
"The main objectives of acupuncture treatment are relieving pain and other symptoms, strengthening the immune system, and balancing, harmonizing and integrating the functions of the internal organs with each other, making for a unified, healthy person, rather than a collection of fragmented, disharmonious parts. Oriental Medicine addresses and seeks to find the root or the cause of the problem rather than just merely treating the manifestations of various symptoms. Acupuncture increases the blood circulation to the area where the fine tiny needles are inserted. With increased circulation of blood the muscles relax, and they become tightened."
"With a private practice in Brentwood and Encino, for over 30 years,, I have helped thousands of clients achieve their weight and nutrition goals. My method is to individualize each person's program to fit their lifestyle, likes and dislikes and health conditions.Counseling sessions can be held in person or by phone. I have many clients across the country and even in England and Italy who are succeeding! I will be your number one coach and cheerleader! I would love to help you!"
""It's so easy to think of the medical world in terms of boxes: the "Western Medicine" box, the "Alternative Medicine" box, etcetera. To me there is no box; only infinite solution potentials. I work with my patients in a close, intimate way; they become a partner in their own healing and they help guide the process. It is relatively easy to get the "quick fix" for a health challenge - but the why of the problem is what is most critically important. I am relentlessly committed to finding out the why, and moving towards true healing."
"As the 5th generation acupuncturist, Grace, LAc. treats patients with warm heart and extensive knowlege passed down from generation to generation. We provides special integrated health care based on each patient's physical constitution using his/her time, date, month and year of birth. Also she has a broad knowlede on alternative healing method such as yoga, exercise, diet program and so on.""
"I founded Lauren Cornell Nutrition back in 2012 to provide private nutrition counseling to both individuals and groups, with every session tailored to meet each person's unique nutritional needs. My philosophy is based on thinking of food as fuel: eating a clean, well-balanced diet of mindful portions while providing our body with what it needs to function optimally without deprivation is what I believe to be the key to healthy nutrition! My fresh knowledge of, and enthusiasm for, nutrition science allows me to see my "job" as fun."