Although acupuncture is often considered a "new" form of medical treatment in the West, it has been widely practiced in the East for over 3,000 years. Over the centuries, acupuncture and related therapies such as herbs, cupping, and nutritional development, have been shown to improve health and promote a positive lifestyle.
Amy Rogers-Cavender is a graduate of Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, where she earned a Master of Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine. She is licensed by both the State of California and the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) to practice acupuncture and prescribe herbs. She also studied at Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China.
Ms. Rogers-Cavender also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Biology from California Sate University Northridge. Her background in biology and science provides a well-rounded and broad-based approach to healthcare and treatment. Her prior work experience includes Quality Control Analyst at Gen-Probe, a San Diego based Biotech Company, and labratory technician position in and around the Los Angeles area.
Ms. Rogers-Cavender believes in an integrative approach to healthcare, and works to facilitate collaboration among conventional and alternative healthcare providers. She is committed to providing the highest quality of care, and to work closely with her patients to achieve optimal results.