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Eileen Zegar, L.Ac.

Eileen Zegar holds a masters degree in Oriental Medicine from Emperors College of Traditional Oriental Medicine. She is a NCCAOM diplomate in Oriental Medicine (National Certification Commission for acupuncture and oriental Medicine).

In addition to her studies in acupuncture, Chinese Herbs, acupressure and eastern massage, Zegar received a massage therapy degree from the Institute of Psycho Structural Balancing with additional training in advanced therapeutic massage and cranial sacral unwinding.

After her 2001 Stage II Breast Cancer diagnosis, bi-lateral Mastectomy and participation in a clinical trial, it became clear that she would devote a portion of her practice to assisting others along their cancer journey.

Zegar studied Tai Chi with Master Tim O’Connor of Tai Chi Worx in Los Angeles. Eileen was also trained in Constitutional Facial Acupuncture™ by Mary Elizabeth Wakefield, one of the leading proponents of facial renewal techniques in the world. Most recently she was trained in Subtle Spinal Manipulation by Dr. Benjamin Shields.

Eileen has taught at Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine, Samra University of Oriental Medicine & the Shiatsu Massage School of California in Santa Monica. She is currently on staff at the Simms/Mann UCLA Center for Integrative Oncology, which is part of the UCLA’s Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center where she provides acupressure and massage in the infusion room weekly. In addition, Zegar developed and operates a no-fee acupuncture program for WeSpark Cancer Support Center in Sherman Oaks, CA.

Tim Jung Lee, L.Ac., MSOM

As a CA state board licensed Acupuncturist and Herbalist Tim Jung Lee – L.Ac., MSOM exercises a keen holistic perspective approach in his practice. He genuinely and passionately believes in Traditional Asian Medicine of its efficacy for human health and takes fulfillment in helping people to regain and maintain their well beings.

He diagnoses his patients’ conditions based on “Five Elements Relationships” and “Eight Principles Diagnosis” which involves a principal foundation on five main organs of human body – each organ’s function, characteristics and their intertwined relationships to one another: Liver, Heart, Spleen, Lung and Kidney. Mr. Lee is a firm believer in preventive medicine. He bases his treatment on our body’s tremendous and almost insatiable capability to heal itself…constantly. He also stresses the importance of Q&A style diagnosis where vital information about the patients’ condition and his/her constitutions gets to be communicated to physician. At the same time he acknowledges the fact that there is always more room for higher understanding in the medicine for him to strive after. Mr. Lee practices safe and textbook style acupuncture treatments.

Mr. Lee’s expertise includes: Back – Herniation (bulging) of discs, Neck/shoulder, Joints(sprains, carpal), Gastrointestinal, Menstruation, Headaches and Migraine, TMJ, Infertility and general stress related ailments.

He has a Master of Science in Traditional Asian Medicine from one of the well acknowledged schools in the nation – DONGGUK UNIVERSITY of LOS ANGELES. It is the Los Angeles branch campus of the renowned Korean University which is known for its Traditional Asian Medicine programs. He also has a Bachelor of Science from USC.