Amanda Gaitaud is a licensed acupuncturist and nationally certified practitioner of Oriental medicine with over eight years of professional experience in holistic health. With a background in therapeutic massage and pain management, she has helped many patients find relief from chronic pain. She is a general practitioner of acupuncture and Oriental medicine, helping patients with various health issues integrate traditional therapies into their care with an emphasis on preventative health.
Acupuncture Today (January, 2015, Vol. 16, Issue 01) features an editorial article titled "Yo San University Celebrates, Supports Community Clinic"....Yo San University of Traditional Chinese Medicine recently celebrated 25 years of teaching excellence and serving its community by awarding actor Pierce Brosnan the Robert Graham Visionary Award and raising money for its popular community clinic....
Dr. George Lamoureux's capstone research has been published in the International Journal of Herbal Medicine.
On Wednesday December 2, students and faculty gathered together to celebrate the teaching career of Cormac Ferguson, who will be leaving in January to join his family in Thailand.
Yo San’s Sally Goluboff, L.Ac and Matthew Brand, L.Ac had the opportunity to treat over 23 people in 3 hours, about half of whom had never received acupuncture. Despite some apprehension on the part of a few participants, almost all of those who tried it left with significant relief from their symptoms.
According to Chinese medicine, seasonal adaptation is a significant component of cultivating health and nourishing life. The same forces that govern all life cycles on the planet also direct our internal biorhythms. Harmonizing our physiology with the ecological ebbs and flows throughout the year promotes a long, healthy life.
Zia Atayan, L.Ac. is a doctoral student at Yo San University, specializing in Longevity and Healthy Aging. He completed his undergraduate work at UC Berkeley where he received his B.A. in Public Health.
In his early career, he traveled to numerous locations in Latin American to practice Oriental Medicine.
25 Years of keeping a promise to heal and educate future healers can never be explained with only words.
On the subject of the clinic, President Green indicated that considerable effort is going into building clinic volume in response to the larger-than-expected group of interns.
In reality students are serious about their education, understand the implications of borrowing and want to manage their debt responsibly. I say this because Yo San students attend the Loan Repayment Workshops offered each trimester in large numbers and fully engage the content.