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Welcome to my web site, I'm glad you found me!

My name is Atsushi and I'm a licensed acupuncturist from Japan.

My goal is to ensure that everyone has access to a personal therapist in the future.


So what do I mean by "Personal therapist" ?
A Personal Therapist is someone who feels close to you like family. A person who looks at you individually, instead of only seeing you as a set of signs and symptoms.
 

They have a deep understanding about who you are and your current condition by listening to you wholeheatedly.

I know before receiving a treatment, a client may feel scared or nervous. Therefore, a personal therapist is also available to answer any questions they have so that they feel more safe and at ease.

I feel it's definitely vital to provide a tailored treatment plan which will give the client a clear pathway towards recovery. There's no "one-size-fit-all" treatment!

I would describe my treatment style to be a great combination of Western and Oriental techniques.

If you don't see any improvement after treatment, please feel free to let me know. I will happy to have further consultation with you so can achieve the best results possible.   

ATSUSHI SUZUKI LAc

Education

•Sakurazuka high school

•Riseisha College of Medicine and Sport

Acupuncture and Moxibustion, Athletic trainer 

•Saitama Medical University Oriental Medical Center

completion of acupuncture and moxibustion

clinical study training

Career

•Fitness Club

 Personal Conditioning Trainer

•San Diego Mesa College

 ATC Trainer Internship

•Professional basketball bj League Bambicious Nara

 Trainer Internship

•Ajinomoto National Training Center (Olympic center)

 Apprentice Trainer

•Training camp before Rio Olympics games

 Treatment support

•General Internal Medicine and General surgery Clinic

 Licensed acupuncturist

•Traditional Chinese Medicine centre of Seychelles 

 Director Licensed Acupuncturist

•Treatment for any kind of professional athlete

•Lecturer of the technical seminar

•Treatment for intractable disease

 

 

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