Dr. Sydney Malawer, DAIM L.Ac.
Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine, Integrative Medicine
Dr. Sydney came to East-Asian medicine through her personal struggle with psoriasis and seeks to bring the same relief, transformation, and advocacy to her patients that she has received from her practitioners throughout her journey. Her training is focused in Traditional Japanese Acupuncture through the teachings of Ikeda Masakazu and Classical Herbalism through the teachings of many world-renowned practitioners. Currently, she is in the process of completing the international TCM Dermatology certification course with Dr. Mazin Al-Khafaji, the go-to expert for herbal medicine approaches to dermatological, allergic, and autoimmune diseases. In addition to her private practice, Dr. Sydney is also a lecturer at the Acupuncture & Integrative Medicine College at Berkeley, where she teaches classes on Japanese acupuncture and integrative clinical lab testing. She also volunteers at the Charlotte Maxwell Clinic, an integrative cancer care center for women.
As someone who has been managing autoimmunity for most of her life, Dr. Sydney has a special interest in helping those struggling with autoimmune conditions. Her doctoral work focused on approaching the diagnosis, treatment, and progress management of complex, chronic inflammatory diseases by integrating an East-Asian medical concept called "yin fire" with conventional lab testing. She integrates learnings from this original research into her patient care.
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Suzanne Lange, MSOM
Craniosacral Therapy, Myofascial/Trigger Point Therapy
Suzanne has 20+ years of experience in clinical massage therapy with extensive knowledge of craniosacral therapy and myofacial/trigger point therapy. She seeks to bring clarity and simplicity to those navigating complicated health issues through a warm, attentive, and engaged style of practice. She is currently studying for her acupuncture medical boards and has been focusing her post-graduate training in Traditional Japanese Acupuncture as well as a gentle style of orthopedic acupuncture that complements her decades of experience as a clinical massage therapist. Suzanne recently graduated from the Master's program at the Acupuncture & Integrative Medicine College at Berkeley and is currently pursuing her doctorate there.
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