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Want To Study Acupuncture, Oriental Medicine? Yo San University Offers Wide Ranging Courses

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Yo San University is located at 13315 W. Washington Blvd. in Los Angeles.

Yo San University of Traditional Chinese Medicine just a stone’s throw away from Venice is a professional graduate university at the forefront of interactive healthcare education. The university offers the master of acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine or the doctor of acupuncture and oriental medicine.

“We have a commitment to service, both teaching and caregiving,” said Christina Andrick, YSU’s Director of Enrollment Management. “Through our clinic and programs we offer the community more than 21,000 free or subsidized treatments annually. We’re proud to be a trusted provider of health care services and education to L.A.’s Westside.”

Masters level students may choose from three concentrations to focus their studies to their desired career pathways. They are:

1) Acupuncture orthopedics and 
pain management.

2) Women’s and Children’s Health

3) Qi cultivation and taoism.

Doctoral students, upon choosing YSU, pick a specialty either healthy aging and internal medicine or women’s health and reproductive medicine. Furthering the mission of the university is the YSU Community Clinic.

The clinic is a resource for students and all members of L.A.’s Westside who seek affordable wellness and holistic healthcare options. Yo San’s community clinic is a teaching and healing facility ready to serve you daily. It is located on the second floor of the Yo San building.

The clinic provides experience-proven, centuries-old holistic medicine practiced in a professional modern setting. Treatments are provided by licensed acupuncturists or supervised interns in the final phase of a rigorous four-year program.

Treatment options range from acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine to modalities such as cupping, Tui Na Bodywork, Qigong practice, and nutritional counseling. Patient care is highly personalized to restore and maintain health and wellness.

Whether you choose the community clinic or a specialty clinic, be assured that the excellent care you receive is safe, effective and affordable.

Yo San University is located at 13315 W. Washington Blvd. in Los Angeles. Visitor parking is available.

For more information or to book an appointment, call 310.577.3006. Mention Yo! Venice to receive $5 off your first treatment.

To enroll or for more information, email [email protected] or call 310.577.3000 (ext. 124).

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