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EWHAC who am I: A poetic expression
of our clinic, healing and the healing journey.
Gandy, L.Ac., is second-generation acupuncturist with a strong
commitment to a scientific understanding of acupuncture mechanisms.
He began studying Chinese Medicine formally in 1976, apprenticing
in the US and Taiwan. He attended the I Ching acupuncture in
Taiwan while practicing medicine at the Tri-Service Veterans
Hospital Acupuncture Ward, Taipei, Taiwan. He was a student
of Hsui Yang Chai who traced his roots back to a long Beijing
lineage of excellent practitioners. Michael received his Acupuncture
license in California in 1983. He combined his previous science
interest with Chinese Medicine in several venues. He was the
organizer of the American Association for the Advancement of
Science (AAAS) International Chinese Medicine Conference in
1984. In 1986, he became a Professor at San Francisco College
of Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine. He has extensive background
in German electrodiagnostic technology and has developed a unique
and very advanced real-time biofeedback system for querying
subjects non-invasively to derive diagnostic information that
would otherwise take much longer and cost much more. In 1994
he authored/designed Chinese Herbal Medicine: Formulary for
Windows. This program houses an innovative KnowledgeBase
program for researchers and practitioners of Chinese Medicine
to access the non-linear metaphor based eastern medical science.
He can be contacted by phone at 541-535-4325
or email. His clinics are located in Oakland, California, and in Talent, Oregon (between Medford and Ashland).
Shockley Gandy, N.C., has 20 years of clinical experience in
designing healthy diets for people of all ages. Working as Nutritional
Counselor with the East West Healing Arts Center and Director
of Nutritional Research at the Rosetta Stone Institute, she
has specialized in restoring the digestive health of her clients,
from infants with failure to thrive, to adults with acid reflux
or GERD's, to men and women with chronic fatigue, through grandfathers
with Parkinson's disease. She has extensive experience working
with clients who experience celiac disease and other food sensitivities.
By restoring their intimate relationship to food, she has enabled
men and women to make conscious choices in the foods they eat
that restore health to their bodies, their communities and the
earth. Trained in both Functional Medicine and ancient food
ways, she provides modern scientific knowledge and traditional
cultural wisdom in dietary recommendations that support the
evolving body systems so that they age gracefully with a minimum
of stress and dis-ease. She can be contacted by
phone at 541-535-4325 or email.