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Meet Dr. Thomas Lee, DOM, ADS, L.Ac.

“ I have dedicated my whole life to serve people. 
As a reverend, missionary, and acupuncturist, heal people’s lives
not only their physical body but also mind and soul,
 I use all of my knowledge, experience, and heart.”
                                                    
                                                                                   - Dr. Thomas Lee
MEET DR. LEE

Dr. Thomas Lee, DOM, ADS, L.Ac.

“My core spirit of the service is from my background and philosophy. I have dedicated my whole life to serve people as a reverend, missionary, and acupuncturist. To heal people’s lives not only their physical body but also mind and soul, I use all of my knowledge, experience, and heart.”
Born in Korea
Dr. Lee attended seminary and became a missionary for 15 years. He traveled through least developed countries sharing the good news for people. After his missionary services in foreign countries, he decided to move to California where he started a new chapter in his career to become a licensed acupuncturist at Stanton University in Garden Grove and achieved a Master of Science in Oriental Medicine (MSOM) and a Doctor of Oriental Medicine (DOM).
Achievements and Recognition
His passion and talent in healing have been highly recognized by patients as well as students at the university’s clinic, where he, as a professor, taught courses such as acupuncture, TCM diagnosis, and herbology. He also treated patients as the university’s Clinic Director for 8 years. Currently, he is practicing at two clinic sites in Garden Grove and Lancaster, California.

Why Oriental Medicine?

- OM treats each person as an integrated whole because every cell and organ are inter-connected, so they function together. 
 - OM helps to rejuvenate and energize the self-healing properties of the body. 
 - OM is a holistic medicine that empowers the body to heal itself. 
 - OM addresses the root of the problem, not just the symptoms. 
 - Often more effective for chronic ailments than western medicine. 
 - Natural healing method that supports the body, rather than the more invasive methods of drugs or surgery. 
- Has an extremely low probability of side-effects. 
 - It’s not harmful; it can only help. 
 - It’s affordable!
Oriental Medicine

Herbal and Oriental Medicine

Why Oriental Medicine? Again?

- OM treats each person as an integrated whole because every cell and organ are inter-connected, so they function together.  
- OM helps to rejuvenate and energize the self-healing properties of the body. 
 - OM is a holistic medicine that empowers the body to heal itself. 
 - OM addresses the root of the problem, not just the symptoms. 
 - Often more effective for chronic ailments than western medicine. 
 - Natural healing method that supports the body, rather than the more invasive methods of drugs or surgery.
- Has an extremely low probability of side-effects.
 - It’s not harmful; it can only help. 
- and It’s affordable!
Full Body Acupuncture

Acupuncture for the 21st Century

- Acupuncture is a form of Oriental medicine that has been practiced for centuries. It’s based on the theory that energy, called chi (pronounced “chee”), flows through and around your body along pathways called meridians. 

 - Acupuncturists believe that illness occurs when something blocks or unbalances your chi. Acupuncture is a way to unblock or influence chi and help it flow back into balance.

- Acupuncture is done by putting very thin needles into your skin at certain points on your body. This is done to influence the energy flow. Sometimes heat, pressure, or mild electrical current is used along with needles. - People use acupuncture to relieve pain and treat certain health conditions. You can use it by itself or as part of a treatment program. We will design a non-invasive plan to resolve the pain you are experiencing. 
- Acupuncture is proven effective by countless research studies and is a great option for treating pain without turning to prescription drugs or surgery.