When Shannon arrived to YSU, she envisioned herself learning the basics, but not necessarily taking on as much of a focus in pain management. As it turns out, she has excelled at treating her patients for pain management, and now wants to take on a focus in fertility.
On Wednesday June 10th, Yo San University in collaboration with the American Red Cross, held its’ second annual Blood Drive. This event was used to not only connect with our neighbors and local community, but to also further the awareness and integration of Traditional Chinese Medicine into Western medical practice, and to most importantly, save lives.
Sarika is an LA native and a fourth year student who will be completing her MATCM program in the spring of 2016. In her time at YSU, she has found that she is particularly skilled in helping her patients with pain management, sports therapy, and pre-natal health.
The Tao of Success program featured a vital topic in June, Risk Management. Long-time Medical Malpractice Attorney Sue Junn of the firm Morris, Polich & Purdy, LLP shared her knowledge and practical expertise with students and alumni.
Traditional Chinese Medicine takes a unique approach to treating the uncomfortable symptoms of menopause. Treatments are individualized, and entirely dependent on any particular woman's symptoms.
Sally Goluboff, L.Ac, Assistant Academic Dean (MATCM) has earned a prestigious Fellowship position at the Tao of Wellness in Santa Monica, California.
Brady Chin, L.Ac. and Julie Chambers, L.Ac. are the first recipients of the DAOM Faculty Scholarship. Both will focus their coursework and research in the Healthy Aging and Longevity specialty. Julie and Brady are highly regarded members of the YSU community for their instructional excellence and service as clinic supervisors for our MATCM students.
Yo San University is hosting our annual Community Blood Drive on Wednesday, June 10 from 10 am to 4 pm.
Student, Alumni and Staff come together to offer Acupuncture Services for our Veterans at Stand Down event. on May 25-28, 2015.
Students enjoyed lunch with their mentors and the day ended with closing remarks from Dr. Daoshing Ni, the co-founder of both Yo San University and the Tao of Wellness.