Min Sung Kim MSTOM, L.Ac. is a mother of two children who is passionate about helping patients with women's health issues including irregular, painful menstruation, fertility and menopause. In addition, she has a strong background in treating patients with pain management, insomnia, stress relief, allergies, respiratory and gastrointestinal issues. Outside of practice, Min likes practicing yoga, enjoying the outdoors, and spending time with her family.
Min completed Masters of Science in Traditional Oriental Medicine at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine of New York.
Min is certified by the Council of Colleges of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (CCAOM) in Clean Needle Technique and she is state Licensed Acupuncturist in New York and New Jersey.
To enrich her experience at Pacific College, she also studied and gained clinical experience at San Diego campus. She has worked with students at Pacific College as a teaching assistant in acupuncture point location, herbology, and needle technique.
Following her education, she apprenticed under doctors of Oriental Medicine at “Han Nara”,“Ten Ten” and “Kyung Hee Integrative Hospital” in Seoul, Korea. She has been practicing Korean Five Element Nutritional lifestyle since in her teens with the guidance of her father, a knowledgeable mentor who apprenticed with a grand-master in South Korea.
She completed her Acupuncture Fellowship with Department of Integrative Medicine at Beth Israel Hospital in New York, where she treated patients in Post-Surgery, Family and Cancer Department with their side effects.
She also worked at Atlantic Health Integrative Medicine Department in New Jersey with a group of knowledgeable medical doctors and acupuncturists. In addition, she has her own private practice in Queens, New York, where she has been practicing for over 10 years. Currently, Min is a member of NJAAOM (New Jersey Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine) and ASNY (Acupuncture Society of New York).