OUR GOAL IS TO HELP THE BODY HEAL ITSELF!
Are you suffering from conditions such as arthritis, bodily aches and tension, insomnia, joint pain, or sciatica?
Existing for over five thousand years, acupuncture has roots in traditional Chinese therapy. As acupuncture became more and more popular in American society, the procedure was established as a treatment system in modern healing. Western science explains that acupuncture is the stimulation of specific acupuncture points located near or on the surface of the skin which have the ability to alter various biochemical and physiological conditions in order to achieve the desired effect. The science of acupuncture involves the insertion of very fine needles into specific acupuncture points that correlate to specific organs and nerves in the body. The location and number of needles are determined by the variation of pain throughout the body. If you have a phobia of needles, there is no need to worry. Chinese healing medicine also provides methods of healing that do not involve needles, such as cupping, moxibustion, herbal medicine, among others!
MEET THE PRACTITIONER
Welcome! My name is Dr. Sung (Julia) Seo and my specialty is Eastern Medicine. I attended the University of Chinese Medicine in Beijing in 2002. Upon receiving my degree, I moved to the United States and as a licensed acupuncturist, I opened my first acupuncture clinic in Los Angeles, California. I now offer services here in the central coast. My main office is in Santa Maria, California and my other office is in Grover beach. I have dedicated my life to my patients and their recovery and I have well over 30 years of experience in Traditional Eastern Medicine. My goal is to help your body heal naturally on its own. I hope that you consider a visit to Dawoom Acupuncture Clinic and give your body the gift of self-healing.
We accept insurance from ACN Group, American Specialty Health, Anthem Blue Cross, Blue Shield, Cigna, United Healthcare, and more! However, the insurance benefit for acupuncture treatment is varies among insurance companies and individual plans. It depends greatly on the individual's eligibility and specific health benefits. Because of this variation, we cannot assure you exactly how much your insurance will cover until we contact them to verify directly. In some cases, it is better to wait until we verify your insurance prior to your appointment, and they provide us with an EOB, Explanation of Benefits, in order to know exactly how much your insurance will cover, and what the cost may be to you. Please feel free to contact us if any additional questions arise.