WebLAc located at
Pro Spine & Sport Solutions
5252 Balboa Avenue, Suite 701
San Diego, CA 92117
(619)581-5900 Fax (858)225-8320
Steve received his Masters of Science from the Pacific College
of Oriental Medicine (PCOM) in San Diego. Travelling to Nan Jing University in China
he attend classes and interned at the associated People’s Republic of China hospital
where he specialized in Neurologic disorders.
Practicing Acupuncture, Herbal medicine, Tuina,
Diet & life-style consultation, and Qigong,
his specialties include Headaches, Insomnia,
Orthopedic & Sports injuries, Tendonitis, Arthritis,
Facial rejuvenation, Stress reduction, and preventative medicine.
A State licensed & Nationally certified Acupuncturist, Chinese herbalist and
Diplomate of Oriental medicine with the National Certification Commission
for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) where he is also a writing contributor
& content expert for the National Licensing Exam. Steve is also the Web LAc (Licensed Acupuncturist)
and Acupuncturist to the Stars having worked on several notable celebrities
including actors, professional NFL, Baseball, Basketball, Hockey, and Olympic athletes.
Steve's training in TCM, Taiji, and 15 years practice in
Taoist Qigong having studied with several well-respected masters and doctors,
has enhanced his understanding of the body's energy and cultivated his healing intuition.
His background is in Biochemisty at UCSD and while attending PCOM
he worked as a Holistic Health Practitioner & Oriental Bodywork Therapist
specializing in Tuina and Circulatory massage.
Enjoying nature his other interests
include camping, hiking, and rock climbing.
He is committed to helping you to restore balance in your life through harmony of body, mind, and spirit.
My personal mission as an acupuncturist and health care practitioner is to help my patients
overcome their health condition(s), and provide them with necessary tools and guidance to be able
to engage in their own healing process.
I believe in the natural healing process of the body, and that we ultimately have to rely
on this process to gain and maintain health. I believe that dis-ease typically takes a long
time to manifest, and is the result of a long term energy disturbance within the mind, body
and/or spirit. Dis-ease can result from excess stress (emotional and/or physical), poor diet,
lack of exercise, genetic disposition, exposure to chemicals or pesticides, excess repetitive
motions, or any combination of the above. There are also conditions that result from injury and
trauma, and these can be usually be helped as well through Chinese medicine.
I hope that I may be able to help assist you in achieving health, and am available for free