What are your academic credentials?
Did You Know? You don’t need a postgraduate degree in Chinese medicine—or any type of undergrad college degree, for that matter—to legally practice acupuncture in California.
Andrew graduated from Columbia University as a Dean’s List student. He earned a Masters of Science at the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine (ACTCM), where he graduated at the top of his class while earning an additional Tui Na massage practitioner certification. He also graduated from the Yangsheng Center as a certified qigong exercise and prescription teacher.
Where have you practiced Chinese medicine?
Andrew has treated hundreds of unique patients with clinical experience in private practice and at Kaiser Permanente (Integrative Pain Unit), San Francisco State University (athletic department), Southeast Health Center (Bayview Hunters Point community clinic), ACTCM Community Clinic, DeHaro Auricular Clinic, and ACTCM Tui Na Clinic.
Do you accept my insurance?
Very possibly. It depends on your plan. We are more than happy to find out and get back to you ASAP. The fees listed on this site reflect a discounted rate for patients who are paying without the assistance of insurance.
Will my HSA or FSA account accept acupuncture receipts?
Yes, acupuncture is covered. Herbs are usually covered as well. Your account administrator may want a Letter of Medical Necessity from our office, which we happily provide.