Ji Sung Kim is a board certified Diplomate in Acupuncture from the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM).
She completed dual Bachelor and Masters of Science and Traditional Oriental Medicine at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine (PCOM) in New York City.
While studying at PCOM she also studied at the San Diego campus in 2003 to enrich her education and clinical experience.
Following her education in 2005, she apprenticed in Seoul, Korea under doctors of oriental medicine at “Han Nara” and “Ten Ten” clinics, specializing in hair loss, weight loss, and various other conditions.
Since 1993, she has been practicing Five Element Nutritional lifestyle with the guidance of her father who apprenticed with a grand-master in Korea. Through her own experience of healing with traditional medicine, she naturally progressed to enter the field of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.
Growing up as a lacrosse player and having experienced sports injuries, Ji understands the pain and suffering of athletes. She applies her compassion along with her training and education in treating her sports injury patients. In more recent years, Ji enjoys outdoor activities such as hiking and biking. In 2009, she has participated in a three day bike marathon from Boston to New York for a charity event.
Ji is a firm believer in staying on top of the latest continuing education training.
Some of her recent training areas include:
✔️ Body and facial resculpting
✔️ Acupuncture in labor and delivery
✔️ Integrative training in breast cancer
Acupuncturists without Borders: Healing Community Trauma, Auriculotherapy
Acupuncture for addictions: Drug-dependency, eating disorders, anxiety, OCD, smoking cessation (NADA protocol) and etc.