Rufus knew as a child he wanted to be a doctor. Early on he understood the importance of treating the whole person not just disease. To understand the mind he studied Psychology, and received his BA from UCLA.
Rufus became a massage therapist in 2000 which allowed him to strengthen his ability to connect and create the environment for healing. He received both Masters of Traditional Chinese Medicine (MTOM), and Doctorate of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (DAOM) from Emperor’s College.
Also known as Telemedicine. Patient and Practitioner discuss health concerns and solutions over secured online connection.
Use of filiform needles at various points on the body to achieve a therapeutic affect.
Manipulation of the soft tissues of your body — muscle, connective tissue, tendons, ligaments and skin — using varying degrees of pressure and movement.
Yoga, Tai Chi, Chi Kung and other movements to improve health and vitality.
Cupping is a therapeutic technique that moves qi and blood, decreases swelling and pain, increases circulation to an area.
Tuina is a form of manual therapy similar to massage. It treats both internal diseases and external injuries.