| ANAHEIM CLINIC | LOS ANGELES
Kang, LAc., MS, Med. DAOM, Clinic Director
Hyo Jeong Kang graduated from South Baylo University (SBU) with
a Master’s degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in 2008.
She obtained the License of Acupuncture (L.Ac.) in California and
the Diplomate of Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) in the same year. Since
then, she has practiced as an acupuncturist and ran her own acupuncture
clinic from 2008 to 2011 in Pasadena.
Before she moved to the
United State, she was a secondary school teacher in Korea. She earned
a Master’s degree in biology education and taught biology for more
than ten years. With this teaching experience, she started teaching
biology at South Baylo University, and has been teaching herbal
practice and other several classes since 2010. She is an impassioned
instructor and enjoys teaching others.
She has an interest in
evidence-based research through the perspective of oriental medicine.
She served as the chairman of academic department in
Pacific Asian Medicine Association from 2012 to 2013. Also, she
has been an associate member of National Acupuncture Detoxification
Association (NADA) since 2010. Especially, she is interested in
the treatment of substance-addiction and detoxification with Oriental
Medicine approaches. She has continuously studied in this field
and obtained her doctorate degree in the research of acupuncture
treatment for substance addiction from SBU in 2017. Her goal is
to become a specialist in this field and help people who suffer
from addiction. Currently, Dr. Kang is working as a Clinic Director
in Anaheim campus and the Herbal Pharmacy Supervisor as well for
SBU. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
S. Hong, L.Ac., MS, OMD, QME
Eddie S. Hong has been a part-time supervisor at the Anaheim Clinic
since March 2003, and has been teaching Acupuncture Technique since
January 2006. Dr. Hong graduated from South Baylo University in
May 2000 and received the California Acupuncture License (L.Ac.)
in January 2001. His experience, as an Acupuncturist, includes;
working at the Gilbert Medical Center in Garden Grove and the Vineyard
Injury Center. Dr. Hong mostly treats worker’s compensation patients
who suffer from low back pain, shoulder pain, neck pain, and knee
and ankle pain. Dr. Hong works in an integrative medicine clinic
with medical doctors who are refer frequently for pain and muscle
spasm treatment. From this experience Dr. Hong became very interested
in the field of pain treatment (syndrome). He has applied his treatment
methods to patients and enjoys educating medical doctors, acupuncturists
and students at South Baylo University Clinic regarding these types
Dr. Hong has credentials from Kaiser Permanente
Medical Group for treatment/management of patients and Worker's
Junfeng Xi, L.Ac., BM (China), OMD
1998 Dr. Junfeng Xi has been employed at South Baylo University
(SBU) as a supervisor and instructor. Dr. Xi has taught Acupuncture
Principles; Acupuncture A, B, C, and D; Acupuncture Techniques A
and B; Acupuncture Theory/Therapy A and B; OM Principles; and OM
Principle III in the Master’s degree program. Dr. Xi has also taught
Patient Counseling in the doctoral degree program and supervises
interns in the clinic.
Prior to SBU, Dr. Xi worked at Yunnan
Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine. She was an Attending
Doctor and Department Director of the National Medicine Research,
member of the Academic Committee, Director of Trace Element Association,
and member of the Professional Qualification Evaluation Committee
at Yunnan Traditional Chinese Medicine Institute.
Dr. Xi was
a member of the following associations and committees; Director
of the International Association of Integrated Medicine (USA), Natural
Dialectics Research Committee of China Science and Technology Association,
Traditional Chinese Medicine Association of China, China Research
Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Western Medicine,
and The Acupuncture Association of China. Dr. Xi has also published
over twenty research papers, books, and monographs. Currently Dr.
Xi is investigating a two case study treating Fibromyalgia and Diabetic
Retinopathy through the use of Oriental Medicine while teaching
classes in the Master’s program as well as in the Doctoral program.
Sandjaya Trikadibusana (Tri), L.Ac., MD
(Indonesia), MS, PhD.
Sandjaya Tri graduated from Medical School in Indonesia and practiced
at; the Public Health Center and Private Hospital in Family Medicine
for ten years. Dr. Tri taught at the Nursing School for five years,
conducting comparative studies on endemic goiter and hypertension
in adults, and a clinical study on the conservative treatment in
patients with ileums. Dr. Tri published the clinical study in the
Indonesian National Health Journal in Indonesia. Dr. Tri received
training in minilaparotomy for tubectomy in Indonesia.
graduated from Samra University of Oriental Medicine School in 2000
and since then been practicing as a licensed Acupuncturist, associated
with Medical Doctor in integrated medical care for 5 years. Dr.
Tri attended an extensive program in clinical setting and involved
in research study on cardiac autonomic neuropathy at Rancho Medical
Center, Downey, CA.
In 2004 Dr. Tri obtained a PhD degree from
Yuin University, School of Oriental Medicine with a dissertation
topic on retrospective study on the effect of acupuncture in patients
with arterial hypertension. In 2011 Dr Tri graduated with Doctorate of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (DAOM) at South Baylo University (LA). Prior to being employed at South Baylo
University, Dr. Tri worked as a part time instructor at Samra University.
November 2005, Dr. Tri has been a full time faculty member teaching
Eastern and Western medical subjects and clinic supervisor for South
Yae Jin Chang, L.Ac., MS, DAOM
graduating from Seoul National University with a Bachelor’s and
Master’s degrees in Sports Medicine and Sports Rehabilitation in
early 2003, Yae Jin Chang worked extensively with Korean National
athletes at the Korea Institute of Sports Science (KISS). Upon graduating
from South Baylo University, Yae Jin Chang continued to work with
professional athletes with injuries using acupuncture and related
modalities. In addition to sports injuries, Mr. Chang specialty
include treating infertility patients, where acupuncture and herbal
therapeutics are prescribed as adjunct therapies with patients undergoing
IUI or IVF procedures. Yae Jin Chang is currently a clinic supervisor
in the Anaheim Clinic, and a faculty of the Oriental Medicine Department,
where Mr. Chang teaches Oriental Medicine Principles and Oriental
Medicine Diagnosis courses.
Ovchinnikov, L.Ac., MS, PhD.
Yuri, as he is called at SBU clinic, graduated from St. Petersburg
University (Russia) and obtained a Ph.D. from the Academy of Sciences
in Moscow, Russia. He completed two years of field research experience
in Beijing, China and received the M.S. degree in Oriental Medicine
from Emperor’s College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Santa
Monica, California. In 2011, Dr. Yuri received a Doctorate degree
in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine at South Baylo University.
Dr. Yuri specialty lies in the treatment of musculo-skeletal
disorders and geriatric conditions.
Dr. Yuri has been employed
at South Baylo University since 2005 as a part-time clinic supervisor.
In 2007, Dr. Yuri began to teach Acupuncture A . In addition to
teaching and working at SBU clinic, Dr. Yuri has a private practice
in West Hollywood, and works as a contractor and acupuncture consultant
at a chiropractic clinic in Santa Ana. Prior to this, Dr. Yuri was
a visiting scholar at USC in Los Angeles. Dr. Yuri worked at the
Academy of Sciences in Russia and People’s University in China.
Oh L.Ac, Pharmacy Supervisor
Oh graduated from South Baylo University with a Master’s degree
in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in 2009. He received the California
Acupuncture License (L.Ac.) in the same year and started to work
as an Acupuncturist at Santa Ana Health Group until 2014. After
that, he began to run his own clinic and treat patient with Eight
Constitution Medicine using Acupuncture and Herbal prescription.
Currently, Jooyong Oh is working as Herbal Pharmacy Supervisor for
South Baylo University.
Kim L.Ac, Ph.D
Jisun Kim graduated from South Baylo University with Acupuncture
and Oriental Medicine in 2007 after Bachelor’s degree in Environmental
Engineering in University of Seoul in Korea. She got an acupuncture
license of California and Diplomat of Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM)
in the same year. She also finished Ph.D program in American Liberty
University in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in 2012. She practiced
in Orange County until 2011 and she is practicing in her own clinic
in Norco, Riverside County working with a chiropractor. They are
both health practitioners certified by TPI(Titleist Performance
Institute), specialized in Golf injury. She was a member of
Face Academy in the United States which researches facial acupuncture
techniques for facial rejuvenation or facial conditions in the Asian
medicine view and has been practicing facial needling techniques
in her office with an esthetician license. Also she has been a member
of Traditional Acupuncture and Moxibustion Research Institute (Tmsarang)
in the United States since 2005 and applies various kinds of moxibustion
to patients according to their conditions. Currently, she has been
employed at South Baylo University since late 2015 as a part-time
Deuk Shin Jang, L.Ac., BM(China), MSAOM, MBA,
OMD, Clinic Director
Deuk Shin Jang is currently working as the Clinic Director as well
as the Clinic supervisor and also oversees the Herbal Pharmacy Department
at South Baylo University in Los Angeles Clinic. Dr. Jang graduated
from Heilongjiang University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in
China with a Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine Degree in 1999.
Dr. Jang earned a Master of Science in Acupuncture and Oriental
Medicine degree from South Baylo University in 2001. In 2007, Dr.
Jang earned a Master of Business Administration degree from California
University of Management and Science. In 2008, Dr. Jang earned a
Doctorate Degree in Oriental Medicine (O.M.D) from South Baylo University.
Dr. Jang has specialized in traditional Chinese Tui-Na therapy and
incorporates it in treating his patients. Dr. Jang’s goal is to
help promote Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine to the general public
in California. Dr. Jang participates in health fairs and provides
community services to those in need.
Haeryoung Lee, L.Ac.
Ryoung Lee graduated from South Baylo University with the Master’s
degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in 2006. She obtained
the License of Acupuncture in California in 2006. Since then, she
has practiced as an acupuncturist under the various settings of
the practices like working with chiropractors and straight acupuncture
clinic from 2006 to 2012. She frequently has attended the acupuncture
conferences and practiced a variety of modalities from Sung-Im technique
to special herb therapy-Bokchi and nutrition. Presently, she is
studying in the DAOM program to research her interesting subject
at South Baylo University. Especially, she is interested in the
treatment of pain control with Oriental Medicine. Her future goal
is to become a specialist in this field.
Ke Lan Liu, L.Ac., MD (Korea), MS, OMD,
Ke Lan Liu graduated from Shen Yang Oriental Medicine University
in China in 1966. Dr. Liu served as an instructor and supervisor
at the Shen Yang University Clinic. In 1979, Dr. Liu moved to USA
and started to work at South Baylo University. Dr. Liu received
an Oriental Medical Doctor degree in 2006. She researched a practical
treatment for herpes zoster using Fire Needles and Gua Sha treatment.
Recently Dr. Liu has studied symptoms of Qi stagnation. Dr. Liu
teaches Acupuncture Theory and Therapy A and B as well as supervising
interns at the South Baylo University Clinic.
Qui Sheng Geng, L.Ac., BM (China), MS, OMD
Qui Sheng Geng has been employed at South Baylo University since
1997. Dr. Geng works as a full-time instructor and clinic supervisor.
Prior to coming to South Baylo University, he worked as a Traditional
Chinese Medicine doctor, teacher, and researcher at Anhui Traditional
Chinese Medicine College and hospital for ten years. Dr. Geng has
taught Oriental Medicine Principles, Acupuncture Principles, Acupuncture,
Oriental Medicine Diagnosis, Oriental Medicine Nutrition, Acupuncture
Techniques, and Acupuncture Theory/Therapy at South Baylo University.
As a clinic supervisor, Dr. Geng specializes in pain management
and works successfully to treat many kinds of pain such as; headache,
hypochondriac pain, shoulder pain, sciatic pain, as well as gastric
and skin problems.
Sung Woon Tae, L.Ac., MS, OMD
Sung Woon Tae has been working at South Baylo University (SBU) since
1998. Dr. Tae is currently a Clinic Supervisor at the SBU Los Angeles
Clinic and teaches Acupuncture Principles. Currently Dr. Tae is
researching the Principles of the Universe related to Oriental Philosophy,
a connection between Universe Principle Theory and acupuncture theory
affecting human physiology.
Yong Wu, L.Ac., BM (China), MS, OMD
Yong Wu is a California State licensed acupuncturist and has been
employed at South Baylo University (SBU) since 1995. Dr. Wu studied
Oriental Medicine at the Zhejiang College of Traditional Chinese
Medicine in China in 1983 and became a medical doctor. Dr. Wu obtained
a Master’s of Science degree from Emperor’s College of Traditional
Oriental Medicine in 1995. During this time, Dr. Wu became the Chinese
Language Program Director at SBU. After years of teaching and guiding
students in classes and clinic, she pursued her Oriental Medicine
Doctoral Degree at South Baylo University and obtained it in 2006.
Dr. Wu is the Chinese Program Student Advisor, Clinic Supervisor,
Associate Chair of the Herbal Department, and instructor of Herbology
and Internal Medicine at SBU Los Angeles campus.
Hanok Lee, L.Ac.
Since July 2000, I Hanok Lee has been treating patients with variety of injuries, diseases, illnesses, etc. Also have been an instructor at Samra University of Oriental Medicine and now instructing at South Baylo University. Hanok Lee teaches the students on Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, methods of energy points of the human body, and hand therapy skills, electrical stimulation, cupping, moxibustion, orthopedics. Hanok Lee have experience of treatment of orthopedics, fibromyalgia, carpal tunnel syndrome, menopause, hypertension, sleep disorders, allergy, etc.
Margarit Zeynalyan, L.Ac.
Zeynalyan, LAc and diplomate in OM, graduated from SBU with master’s
degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in 2003. She has been
working at SBU as a clinic supervisor since 2013. She’s also instructing
2 classes at SBU: Acupuncture Theory/Therapy and Internal Medicine.
She has a Medical background as an MD from Yerevan state Medical
University in Armenia.
Qin Cui, L.Ac., OMD
Shan Qin Cui is working as a supervisor for specialty pain management
for doctoral program at South Baylo University. She also teaches
Pain Management and Advanced Herbal Medicine for the doctoral program
and Oriental Medicine for the master’s program. Dr. Cui has been
faculty and supervisor in South Baylo University since receiving
California Acupuncture License in 1997; and she has been a mentor
for research meeting in the doctoral program. During pain management
treatments, Dr. Cui applies the theory from Huangdi Neijing and
practices the Five Shu Points, Ashi points, Single-Needle technique,
and Mater Tong’s Acupuncture, etc. Dr. Cui graduated from Yan Bian
University in China 1984(western Medicine), Chang Chun University
in China 1992(Oriental medicine) and South Baylo University in USA
2006 (Doctor Degree of Oriental medicine).
Bae Lim, L.Ac.
Bae Lim graduated from South Baylo University with a master degree
in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in 1997. He obtained the License
of Acupuncture in California in 1999.
After licensing, he has
been practicing under the various settings of the practices like
working with chiropractors and medical doctors, and straight acupuncture
clinic. In the course of his career, he had chances to learn different
styles of acupuncture and Constitutional Medicine from some experienced
masters and to work with them.
Currently he is running his own
acupuncture clinic in L.A. since 2006, and teaching acupuncture
theory/therapy at SBU since 2012. Also, he started his supervisor
career at the school clinic in 2016. He is interested in developing
acupuncture and herbal treatment protocols for infertility, pain
management, and stress release.
Wook Kim, L.Ac., OMD
Wook Kim graduated from South Baylo University with a Master’s
degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in 1999. He acquired
the License of Acupuncture (L.Ac.) and the Diplomate of Oriental
Medicine (NCCAOM) in the same year and the Doctor of Oriental Medicine
(O.M.D.) in 2007. In 2014, Kim published a book about Chinese
herbal medicine named Modern Herbology. Prior to moving to
the United States, Kim studied at Beijing University of Traditional
Chinese Medicine in China and obtained a Bachelor of Medicine (B.M.)
degree in 1997. Kim has been a full time faculty member teaching
Eastern medical subjects including herbology, herbal prescription,
and cosmetic acupuncture and as a clinic supervisor for South Baylo