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Une-Hi Song

Ms. Une-Hi Song, L.Ac., MSAc, is a graduate of Pacific College of Oriental Medicine and is a Licensed Acupuncturist in New Jersey.  She is a Diplomate in Acupuncture through the National Certification Commission of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM). 

Une-Hi received her bachelor's degree in Psychology and Elementary Education from Potsdam College.  She has worked with children her whole life.  Une-Hi taught Sunday School along with volunteering at Camp Chin-gu every summer throughout her high school years.  This famous camp in Rochester, N.Y. worked strictly with adopted Korean American children and their families across the nation to educate and maintain a close tie to their roots.  She thoroughly enjoyed her wide range of student teaching experiences varying from field work at a Native American Reservation in Canada to student teaching in Lincoln, England.  Her past experiences of working closely with infants and toddlers has led her to her ease and expertise of treating children with acupuncture. 

Another passion of Une-Hi's is personal fitness training, she has worked at some of the top fitness clubs in the nation, including the Sports Club/LA at the Rockefeller Center.  Her undergraduate studies along with her fitness background and various life experiences have led her to her passion for oriental medicine and overall health and well-being. 

Une-Hi has a wide range of experience from the following institutions: Pacific College Acupuncture Clinic (NY), The Hospital for Joint Diseases (NY) where she strictly worked with women with severe and debilitating disorders such as diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia, post traumatic stress disorder, etc., and the Swedish Institute (NY) for acupuncture facial rejuvenation through world renown instructor, Virginia Doran.  

Acupuncture facial rejuvenation is a proven protocol  that aids in dermal contraction and muscle tone of the face and neck.  A well-qualified acupuncturist uses fine intradermal needles to increase the production and dispersal of collagen which helps to firm the skin and remove wrinkles.  However, beauty is much more than just skin deep.  Thus, Une-Hi not only focuses on the face but also the whole body to treat any underlying causes of aging and disease.  Treatments improve circulation of qi and blood to the face to restore a brighter complexion, increase metabolism to reduce puffiness, balance hormones to moisten dry skin and clear up acne, and relieve stress to lead to a calmer and happier life to prevent future wrinkles and disease.  Acupuncture facial rejuvenation is a series of 16 consecutive treatments that work to give lasting results from 3-5 years along with a healthy diet and lifestyle.

Une-Hi is also certified in the Mei Zen Cosmetic Acupuncture system, as seen in O Magazine and the The New York Times.  This system consists of three specific protocols for the face and neck, abdomen as well as overall weight issues and fertility challenges.  Learn more about it by clicking here.

 


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Une-Ho Song

Mr. Une-Ho Song, L.Ac., Dipl. OM, MSTOM, is a graduate of Pacific College of Oriental Medicine (PCOM) and is a Licensed Acupuncturist and certified herbalist in New Jersey.  He is a Diplomat in Acupuncture and Herbs through the National Certification Commission of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.

Une-Ho received his bachelor's degree in Biology from New York University.  After graduation, he traveled to South Korea.  Living in a different country for the first time, Une-Ho became very ill and lost over 20 pounds.  His relatives and friends then recommended oriental medicine.  Une-Ho soon regained his weight and health and decided to live in Korea for two years.  It was during this time when his curiosity and interest for Oriental Medicine piqued.  Upon returning to America, Une-Ho entered PCOM and continued to make a number of trips to Korea where he shadowed acupuncturists specializing in pain, respiratory, cardiovascular, endocrine, and gynecological disorders. Having settled in New Jersey, Une-Ho has treated numerous injuries ranging from motor vehicle accidents to sports-related injuries while working in offices with chiropractors, physical therapists, and pain management specialists.

Acupuncture performed at pain clinics generally last 15-30 minutes with very little practitioner-patient interaction and needles inserted only in local areas of pain.  However, Une-Ho gives focused, full-body treatments tailored to each individual that generally last about one hour.