She also completed a two year graduate program with a major in pharmacology, and was awarded the Master of Medical Science at Hallym University in S. Korea. This degree is comparable to a Master of Medical Science from an accredited college or university in the United States. *
Grace is a licensed acupuncturist by Board of Registration in Medicine, Commonwealth of Massachusetts and is a diplomat in Acupuncture by National Certification Commission of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM). She remains an active professional acupuncturist in good standing in both organizations.
She lives in Lexington with her supportive husband and two children, aged 19 and 15. She is a devoted Christian and actively involved in church activities and ministries.
*Evaluation of International Educational Credentials by American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (AACRAO)
“God Heals, and We Serve”
On the contrary to many people’s thought, oriental medicine does not have religious backgrounds such as Buddhism or New Age. It’s sad to see that new-age beliefs and spiritual relativism sometimes influence the way acupuncturists portray themselves. We, as Christians, believe that God is the only healer and rely on His Grace in treating our patients.
Our Mission is to maintain an environment where medicine is practiced with integrity and compassion; where each patient is assisted in fulfilling his/her vision of health and well-being as a whole.