Ryan Au

Ryan Au is a licensed acupuncturist with a Master’s of Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine and is currently enrolled in the Doctorate of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine program at Academy of Chinese Culture and Health Sciences. He first discovered the effectiveness of acupuncture when recovering from martial arts injuries as a teenager. During college, he studied molecular, cellular, and developmental biology but eventually found his way back to Chinese Medicine when dealing with his own health issues. He has a special interest in treating gastrointestinal diseases. When not performing acupuncture on patients, he helps run the teaching clinic at ACCHS.

Karen Zojaji

Karen Zojaji, MSTCM, L.Ac, is a State-Licensed and Nationally-Certified Acupuncturist.  Her personal health journey introduced her to Chinese Medicine many years ago when she began seeking alternatives to pharmaceuticals and other medical procedures. Acupuncture and herbal medicine were highly successful in her case.  This ignited her curiosity about such a very different approach to healing.  Today she carries this same passion and curiosity into her work with each patient.

With a focus on the root causes of wellness, Karen utilizes acupuncture, Chinese Medicine, and nutrition to empower patients along their paths to improved physical, mental, and emotional health. Karen has worked in hospital-based and private-clinic settings. She has a particular interest in both pain and women’s health.

When not in clinic, Karen enjoys spending time with family and friends, cooking up delicious healthy meals, indulging her creative side, reading non-fiction, watching independent films, and exploring local and distant destinations.