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and a Diplomate of the National Commission for the Certification of Acupuncturists in 2000. She is a graduate of the University of California, at Santa Barbara, South Baylo University and received Professional Training in Beijing, China in 1994 and 1998. In 1997 she was licensed by the State of California Board of Medical Quality Assurance. Dr. Brown is a former associated Professor of Oriental Medicine at Kyung San University. She received training at the Beijing Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Traumatology at Wang Jing Hospital in China.
Since 2005, Robin Roemer-Brown specializes in helping immune disorders and those with symptoms of low libido, fatigue, cold hands, feet, loose stool, low back pain, hypothyroidism. Improvement in range of motion.
Robin Roemer-Brown’s background encompasses American and Oriental Herbology, Diagnostic Muscle Testing for Applied Clinical Nutrition, sports medicine, athletic training, (she was in fact a World Amateur Triathlete/Biathlete champion in 1989-90 earning 87 road racing trophies and awards) Mental Health and Spiritual Training as well as a diversity of other healing arts. She uses a whole-body approach combined with integrative West-to-East medicine techniques. Dr. Robin is able to help make positive changes in people’s lives by helping them to see themselves and walk in balance and improve homeostasis. She works with digestive and endocrine issues as well as musculoskeletal and general subjects including: vertigo, diabetes, stress, joint pain, high blood pressure, cholesterol, insomnia and many other ailments.
She deeply believes that when we are in our healthiest and most balanced state, our relationships,families and our communities become healthier as well. She is inspired by the community spirit of Long Beach and is honored to support you on your path to vibrant health.
Call today for your appointment to discuss a treatment plan.
Initial visit includes medical history, exam and treatment (60-75 min)
Follow up treatment (45-60 min)
Treatments are based on acupuncture and eastern medicine, and may include cupping, gua sha (scraping), tui na (medical massage) and herbal prescriptions. Gentle chiropractic adjustments, Neuro Emotional Technique, and/or nutritional counseling may also be included when indicated. Prices for herbal formulas and nutritional supplements vary.