Katherine E. J. Cheon is the esteemed acupuncturist at Healing Tree, and her career path seemed decided from birth. Raised in South Korea, her parents owned a holistic organic-herb farm, and she grew up playing with a wide variety of herbs. This innate passion let her to South Baylo University where she fine-tuned her herbal knowledge and began studying acupuncture. Now a licensed acupuncturist, Katherine is equipped to treat traditional maladies, and also fill the "effectiveness gaps" in conventional Western medicine, treating such issues as chronic back pain, infertility, headaches, and hat hair.
At Empire Wellness, licensed chiropractors and acupuncturists tackle chronic pain and maladies not with an endless attacking of symptoms as they arise, but by aiming to keep the body in a state of wellness. Thorough exams and chiropractic adjustments keep the nervous system in ideal working order, while acupuncture treatments open up blocked passages of flowing energy. In addition to chiropractic treatments, Empire Wellness also offers a range of massage services for both therapy and relaxation, including Swedish, deep-tissue, and sport massage, and can be combined with acupuncture to ensure full-body wellness.
Since 1981, doctor of Oriental medicine Fay Yang's care has helped patients in China and the United States rebound from disorders and afflictions. In addition to years of experience in the treatment room, Yang has a degree from Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China, another degree from Alhambra Medical University in Los Angeles, and a practitioner's license. Her schooling and training are on display at Rancho Eastern Medical Center, where she offers acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, acupressure, and cupping services.