Sandjaya Trikadibusana (Tri), L.Ac., MD (Indonesia), MS, PhD
Dr. Sandjaya Tri graduated from Medical School in Indonesia and practiced at; the Public Health Center and Private Hospital in Family Medicine for ten years. Dr. Tri taught at the Nursing School for five years, conducting comparative studies on endemic goiter and hypertension in adults, and a clinical study on the conservative treatment in patients with ileum. Dr. Tri published the clinical study in the Indonesian National Health Journal in Indonesia. Dr. Tri received training in mini-laparotomy for tubectomy in Indonesia.
Dr. Tri graduated from Samra University of Oriental Medicine School in 2000 and since then been practicing as a licensed Acupuncturist, associated with Medical Doctor in integrated medical care for 5 years. Dr. Tri attended an extensive program in the clinical settings and involved in a research study on cardiac autonomic neuropathy at Rancho Medical Center, Downey, CA.
In 2004 Dr. Tri obtained a Ph.D. degree from Yuin University, School of Oriental Medicine with a dissertation topic on the retrospective study on the effect of acupuncture in patients with arterial hypertension. In 2011 Dr. Tri graduated with Doctorate of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (DAOM) at South Baylo University (LA). In 2013 Dr. Tri received the scalp acupuncture certification from Zhu Scalp Acupuncture Research and Educational Foundation in San Jose, CA. Prior to being employed at South Baylo University, Dr. Tri worked as a part-time instructor at Samra University.
Since November 2005, Dr. Tri has been a full-time faculty member teaching Eastern and Western medical subjects and clinic supervisor for South Baylo University.
Hyoung Man Jeon, L.Ac., DAOM
Dr. Hyoung Man Jeon graduated Dong Guk L.A. University with a Master’s degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in 2005 and also South Baylo University with Doctorate of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in 2014.
Eddie S. Hong, L.Ac., MS, OMD, QME
Dr. Eddie S. Hong has been a part-time supervisor at the Anaheim Clinic since March 2003 and has been teaching Acupuncture Technique since January 2006. Dr. Hong graduated from South Baylo University in May 2000 and received the California Acupuncture License (L.Ac.) in January 2001. His experience, as an Acupuncturist, includes; working at the Gilbert Medical Center in Garden Grove and the Vineyard Injury Center. Dr. Hong mostly treats worker’s compensation patients who suffer from low back pain, shoulder pain, neck pain, and knee and ankle pain. Dr. Hong works in an integrative medicine clinic with medical doctors who are referred frequently for pain and muscle spasm treatment. From this experience, Dr. Hong became very interested in the field of pain treatment (syndrome). He has applied his treatment methods to patients and enjoys educating medical doctors, acupuncturists, and students at South Baylo University Clinic regarding these types of treatments.
Dr. Hong has credentials from Kaiser Permanente Medical Group for treatment/management of patients and Worker’ compensation cases.
Yuri Ovchinnikov, L.Ac., MS, Ph.D.
Dr. Yuri, as he is called at SBU clinic, graduated from St. Petersburg University (Russia) and obtained a Ph.D. from the Academy of Sciences in Moscow, Russia. He completed two years of field research experience in Beijing, China and received an M.S. degree in Oriental Medicine from Emperor’s College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Santa Monica, California. In 2011, Dr. Yuri received a Doctorate degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine at South Baylo University. Dr. Yuri specialty lies in the treatment of musculoskeletal disorders and geriatric conditions.
Dr. Yuri has been employed at South Baylo University since 2005 as a part-time clinic supervisor. In 2007, Dr. Yuri began to teach Acupuncture A. In addition to teaching and working at SBU clinic, Dr. Yuri has a private practice in West Hollywood and works as a contractor and acupuncture consultant at a chiropractic clinic in Santa Ana. Prior to this, Dr. Yuri was a visiting scholar at USC in Los Angeles. Dr. Yuri worked at the Academy of Sciences in Russia and People’s University in China.
Junfeng Xi, L.Ac., BM (China), OMD
Since 1998 Dr. Junfeng Xi has been employed at South Baylo University (SBU) as a supervisor and instructor. Dr. Xi has taught Acupuncture Principles; Acupuncture A, B, C, and D; Acupuncture Techniques A and B; Acupuncture Theory/Therapy A and B; OM Principles; and OM Principle III in the Master’s degree program. Dr. Xi has also taught Patient Counseling in the doctoral degree program and supervises interns in the clinic.
Prior to SBU, Dr. Xi worked at the Yunnan Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine. She was an Attending Doctor and Department Director of the National Medicine Research, member of the Academic Committee, Director of Trace Element Association, and member of the Professional Qualification Evaluation Committee at Yunnan Traditional Chinese Medicine Institute.
Dr. Xi was a member of the following associations and committees; Director of the International Association of Integrated Medicine (USA), Natural Dialectics Research Committee of China Science and Technology Association, Traditional Chinese Medicine Association of China, China Research Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Western Medicine, and the Acupuncture Association of China. Dr. Xi has also published over twenty research papers, books, and monographs. Currently, Dr. Xi is investigating a two case study treating Fibromyalgia and Diabetic Retinopathy through the use of Oriental Medicine while teaching classes in the Master’s program as well as in the Doctoral program.
Anne Ahn, L.Ac., Esthetician, OMD
Dr. Ahn is a licensed acupuncturist and esthetician in California, having earned her master’s and doctoral degrees in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (AOM) from South Baylo University (SBU) in Anaheim, California in 2003 and 2006 respectively. Beginning in 2007, Dr. Ahn has served at South Baylo University as the Supervisor of the Acupuncture Anti-Aging Clinic, Doctoral Clerkship Coordinator, Admissions Director, and a faculty member of the MSAOM & DAOM programs of SBU. In addition, Dr. Ahn has taught Herbology and Cosmetic Acupuncture in the master’s and doctoral degree programs and supervised interns in the clinic.
Dr. Ahn is recognized by her licensure, extensive training, and experience in the areas of cosmetic acupuncture, herbal medicine, anti-aging, weight control, and hair loss treatments. Since 2007, her specialization has included the use of combining conventional and alternative medicine in such areas. Among others, Dr. Ahn has focused on the anti-aging and immune-boosting effects of AOM on enhancing the health and beauty of the skin as well as general health. By utilizing her vast expertise and experience in both Asian and Western esthetic therapies, Dr. Ahn has successfully treated many patients seeking the integrative medical attention in non-invasive facial/hair rejuvenation, weight control, or stress management.
More importantly, Dr. Ahn takes the necessary time to educate patients on diet, exercise, cleansing, and the self-application of skincare products. Dr. Ahn’s mission is to consistently provide patients with safe, high-quality anti-aging therapeutic services, while educating patients and the community about promoting health and using both Asian and Western therapies.
At the Acupuncture Anti-Aging Clinic of SBU, patients are able to experience a wide array of advanced skin, hair, and body care machines, devices, therapies, and products including but not limited to: Oxyoasis (Advanced Oxygen Facial System); Hydroimpact (Advanced Hydro System); Cryo-Facial Electroporation System; InBody Body Composition Analyzer; Quantum Resonance Magnetic Analyzer; Triple Body Total Professional Skin and Body Care System; Liposet (Ultrasound Cavitation for Non-Invasive Cellulite Removal & Fat Reduction); LED Photo Dynamic Thermo Therapy; Auto Micro-Needle Therapy System (for Promoting Collagen Regeneration); Facial/Head Acupuncture; Stress Relief Hot Stone Aromatherapy; and high-end Korean cosmeceutical skincare products.
Los Angeles Clinic
Gray D. Jang, L.Ac., BM(China), MSAOM, MBA, OMD, Dipl.O.M.
Dr. Gray D. Jang is currently working as the Clinic Director as well as the Director of patient outreach program and also oversees the Herbal Pharmacy Department at South Baylo University in Los Angeles Clinic. Dr. Jang graduated from Heilongjiang University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China with a Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine Degree in 1999.
Dr. Jang earned a Master of Science in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine degree from South Baylo University in 2001. In 2007, Dr. Jang earned a Doctorate Degree in Oriental Medicine (O.M.D) from South Baylo University. Dr. Jang is a licensed acupuncturist in California and has the Diplomate of Oriental Medicine certified by the NCCAOM.
Dr. Jang has specialized in Master Tung’s Acupuncture, traditional Chinese Tui-Na therapy and Cupping, and incorporates it in treating his patients. In addition, Dr. Jang is deeply sympathetic to traditional Chinese medicine and helps patients with pain disorders and fatigue with herbal medicine treatment.
Dr. Jang’s goal is to help promote Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine to the general public in California. Dr. Jang participates in health fairs and provides community services to those in need.
Sung Woon Tae, L.Ac., MSAOM, OMD
In 1993, he entered South Baylor University and completed his master’s degree. In 2006, he completed the doctoral course. From 1998 to 2022, he has been teaching as a clinical professor for 24 years, teaching more than 1,000 students and treating more than 100,000 patients. In particular, He is researching Tao acupuncture based on the theory of yin and yang, which is the basis of oriental medicine, and in class, He has been teaching and researching the relationship between treatment based on yuju, the flow of the human body, for a long time to students and studying computerization of school clinics. He is a professor who is very interested in the connection between computation and oriental medicine as he has more than 20 years of experience working on.
Hanok Lee, L.Ac. MSAOM, DAOM
Since July 2000, Dr. Hanok Lee has been treating patients with a variety of injuries, diseases, and illnesses using Korean Traditional Four Needle Technique (Saam Acupuncture) and Harmonizing(Hwa) Acupuncture Technique (Yin and Yang, Five elements).
Previously he was an instructor at the Samra University of Oriental Medicine and is now instructing at South Baylo University. Dr. Hanok Lee teaches on Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, methods of energy points of the human body, and Hand acupuncture therapy skills, Electrical stimulation, Cupping, Moxibustion.
Dr. Hanok Lee has experience in the treatment of Orthopedics, Fibromyalgia, Carpal tunnel syndrome, Menopause, Hypertension, Sleep disorders, Allergy, and many others.
Alfredo Briones, L.Ac., MD(Philippines), MASOM
Dr. Alfredo Briones holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Santo Tomas in the Philippines, graduating Magna Cum Laude. Dr. Briones also holds Doctoral degree in Medicine from the University of Santo Tomas in the Philippines. Dr. Briones earned his Master’s degree in Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine from Yo-San University in California on 2013.
He obtained the License of Acupuncture in California in 2014. He began practicing under various settings such as working with chiropractors and medical doctors, due to his medical education background. In the course of this integrated practice he has learned to merge both Eastern and Western Medicine, with emphasis primarily on Eastern Medicine. Prior to being employed at South Baylo University, Dr. Briones worked as a faculty member at several Acupuncture and Oriental Schools as well as supervising clinical interns. Since 2016, he has been a faculty member teaching Western Medicine and Integrated Medicine for South Baylo University. He started supervising Clinical interns in the SBU clinic in 2019. His line of treatment focuses more on treatment protocols for Neurologic, Psychiatric, Pediatric, Internal Medicine and Infertility cases
Jason Q. Geng, L.Ac., BM (China), MSAOM, OMD
I was born in china. I graduated in China Anhui TCM university in 1982. Then walk to university hospital for 10years. I have been working for south Baylor university since 1996.
I teaching acupuncture classes for Acupuncture Principles, needle technique and treatment therapy.
Same time I have completed all course requirement for MS & OMD degree.
As a clinic supervisor, training student and treat a patient is my job. I have been a clinic supervisor since 1997. I specialize in pain management, metabolic disorders and digestive disease. I have supervised my students in a result oriented hands-on approach in the clinic, I have an open door policy inviting my students to ask any questions about any subject.
I have worked successfully in protocols to treat Bell’s Palsy and Migraine Headache, LBP (Sciatic Pain) and shoulder pain, Depression and insomnia very successfully.
Now I worked as an Acupuncturist in Oriental Medicine for 40 years (1982-2022), and I have many experience.
Sung Bae Lim, L.Ac.
Sung Bae Lim graduated from South Baylo University with a Master’s degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in 1997, and has been a licensed acupuncturist in California since 1999.
After licensing, he began practicing under various settings such as working with chiropractors and medical doctors, and straight acupuncture clinics. In the course of his career, he has worked with and learned different styles of acupuncture such as the traditional acupuncture technique, Master Tung’s acupuncture and Balance methods, and Korean Constitutional Medicine from some experienced
AOM masters. Most recently he has been learning RSN (Ryu’s Soft Tissues and Nervous System Acupuncture) based on the anatomy and physiology. He also ran private practice for more than 20 years. Currently, he has been teaching acupuncture theory/therapy at SBU since 2012. Also, his supervisor’s career began in the SBU clinic in 2016. He is interested in developing acupuncture and herbal treatment protocols for infertility, pain management, and stress release. Moreover, he has been trying to apply the anatomical knowledge to the traditional acupuncture theory. His most concern is the patients’ quality of life as well as transfer his experience and knowledge to the SBU students, prospective acupuncture practitioners.
Soong Yeon Kim, L.Ac., MSAOM
Soong Yeon Kim graduated from South Baylo University with a Master’s degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in 2010. She obtained California State licensed acupuncturist in 2011. Since then, she has practiced as an acupuncturist in Los Angeles until 2015. Since 2016 she has been employed at South Baylo University as a Clinic Herbal pharmacist. Currently, she is working as a clinic assistant and supervising.