FAMILY ACUPUNCTURE ORIENTAL HERBAL MEDICINE
Clair Ockhee Jung, L. Ac. is originally from Seoul, South Korea and is now a permanent resident of the United States residing in Lake Ridge, Virginia. She practices acupuncture & oriental herbal medicine in the Arlington & Woodbridge, Virginia areas.
She earned a graduate degree in Pharmacy in 2003 from Chung-Ang University in Seoul, South Korea where she completed her thesis on The Development of Anti-oxidant from Aerial Part of Umbelliferae. She completed her master's degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in 2010 from SAMRA University in Los Angeles, California.
Ms. Jung's experience includes working on numerous patients with various types of ailments including arthritis, lupus, & spinal joint issues such as pain in the lower back, shoulder, wrist, neck, knee, & ankle. She has also worked with patients experiencing pain caused by internal medicine & emotional issues such as stress, depresson, & anxiety.
In addition, she has developed a passion for utilizing various types of alternative therapies including music, art, color, & aromatherapy. Also, she has assisted children with disabilities, elderly persons, & terminally ill patients in hospice programs.
Ms. Jung has taken her passion for helping others to the next level by teaching acupuncture and oriental medicine since 2013 at South Baylo University in Virginia.
In her over 15 years of experience in beauty & health concepts, Ms. Jung has embraced an emphasis on the heart, body & soul being connected as one. It is her belief that God has provided health & happiness to everyone & she has devoted her experience, gifts & abilities to aid others in achieving favorable health & invigorating beauty.
This year she is adding a new focus to her practice by concentrating on mental challenges, such as PTSD, ADHD, depression and addiction.
I have practiced dentistry in private practice in New York for 49 years and I also write papers relating to Social Science. Please feel free to contact me. I have been interested in the field of accupuncture for 35 years.
I have known Clair Ockhee Jung Hoffman for 2 years. She is responsible, polite, mature, and always concerned for others. She has the self discipline and motivation, that, combined with an ability to think critically will propel her to work at the cutting edge of her field. She has a searching mind and is able to connect loose threads of data from disparate disciplines into meaningful themes.
I believe that Clair will become a leader in her field and will be known as an important teacher in these times.