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Doctoral Program Involvement Leads to Full Time Job

Florence’s responsibilities also include teaching Qi Gong and Tai Ji Quan classes and assisting with clinic marketing tasks by designing and editing brochures and newsletters. Prior to entering the Yo San University DAOM Program, Florence had completed the six year training program at Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China, where she earned the highest honors in her class in the fields of TCM gynecology and acupuncture. 
12/25/2011
As a part of her Reproductive Medicine DAOM Program at Yo San University, Florence Lim Erman engaged a clinical externship at the Traditional Chinese Medicine Healing Center, a busy a clinic in Santa Monica, California that specializes in the treatment of fertility and gynecology problems. At that externship site, Florence was under the supervision of DAOM faculty member, Dr. Shiaoting Jing and her professional partner, Dr. Biao Lu. While Florence’s service began with observing and assisting consultations and procedures, her activity level quickly elevated to seeing patients on her own. Her superior skills and knowledge quickly became an asset to the clinic, and within six months she was hired as a full time practitioner. Florence’s current work at the Traditional Chinese Medicine Healing Center includes not only treating reproductive medicine/gynecology patients, but also patients who suffer from respiratory, digestive and musculoskeletal problems as well as many who present with autoimmune issues and those recovering from alcohol or drug abuse. Florence’s responsibilities also include teaching Qi Gong and Tai Ji Quan classes and assisting with clinic marketing tasks by designing and editing brochures and newsletters. Prior to entering the Yo San University DAOM Program, Florence had completed the six year training program at Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China, where she earned the highest honors in her class in the fields of TCM gynecology and acupuncture. Her program at Shanghai University included two years of internship rotations at Shu Guang and Rui Jin hospitals, facilities that are well known for the integration of both Eastern and Western medicine techniques. Florence has also studied and practiced martial arts for the past 20 years. In 2003, she won first place at the Zhejiang International Martial Arts Conference in China for her performance of the Shaolin sword and 24 movement Tai Ji Quan sequence. In her integration of Eastern and Western theory and practice, Florence strongly advocates for the inclusion of a program of motion and movement therapy in every patient’s treatment plan. Florence encourages and teaches patients simple physical and breathing exercises that empower the patient and facilitate the healing process. Because of her intensive background in and commitment to integrative medicine, Florence found herself at home in the Yo San University DAOM Program. At Yo San University, Florence benefited from the balanced perspectives of faculty who included MD’s ,TCM practitioners, research specialists and Qi Gong masters. With her Yo San University studies completed, Dr. Florence Erman continues as a valued practitioner at the Traditional Chinese Medicine Healing Center where she integrates the best of Eastern and Western medicine.

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