Georgia Rae, Lc. E. Lc. HBDI
From the beginning Georgia’s interests and education
have been about the miracle called the human body,
wholistic health, the brain, learning from the best
internationally and all things organic. Her first presentation
was on the effects of sound and color within the human body
as guest lecture at George Williams College in Oak Brook, IL.
at the age of 22. An innovator, during the formative years
of wholistic health in the US, she spent 10 years teaching
ground breaking continuing education courses (CEU) to
healthcare professionals and educators.
Earning certification in Whole Brain Thinking and Accelerated
Learning, with expertise in Creativity, Innovation and Systems
Thinking, Georgia went on to an impressive corporate career.
As a Organizational Development Specialist she has worked
with some of Atlanta’s top Board of Directors, Executives and
their C-Level staff along with first-line Mangers. She is known
for her abilities to identify and take everyone with her to their "next level."
Fulfilling a long held interest in Oriental/Traditional Chinese Medicine, Georgia returned to the periphery of healthcare as Advisor to an internationally recognized legendary martial artist, Doctor of Oriental Medicine and Orthopedic Surgeon who specializes in the development of world class athletes. Several visits to China opened a deep longing of the heart to return to the field of health and wellness.
Georgia also graduated from internationally recognized (ITEC and CEDESCO), Elaine Sterling Institute in Atlanta. Her credentials as a Licensed Esthetician, enables her ongoing development of specialized knowledge of skin. She is currently a Candidate for recognition by the leading international examining board, ITEC; providing qualifications for the world. Committed to innovating the fields of esthetics and Oriental/Traditional Chinese Medicine, Georgia is a gifted therapist and collaborative partner with Dr. Sam Kim.
Georgia writes the communication pieces on Well Being, LifeStyle Executive Interviews documenting Eco-Balancing - the Next Level for Performance, articles, newsletters, the blog and creates the educational artwork portals on "Finding Sustainability in Seasonal Change" for Green Acupuncture and Med Spa.
Georgia has been on the Atlanta Board of the National Speakers Association and is a member of Toast Masters. She continues to be a sought after speaker for perspectives on personal and business performance. Among the highlights includes guest lectures at DeVry and Shorter University, Conference Presenter for GA Society of CPAs, Guest Speaker for Georgia Technology Authority (GTA), various Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) Societies, American Business Women Association (ABWA) chapter meetings, Sandy Springs Radio Interview on Sustainability and many other valuable venues.
Though it looks like Georgia talks a lot, her great love is working with patients in the Practice. That makes getting her attention to be a guest speaker more challenging; however, be encouraged and persist if you truly have identified with your great need.
Sam Kim, DOM, Dipl. L.Ac.
Dr. Sam Kim’s education includes early graduation with a
Master Degree in Oriental Medicine and Chinese Herbology
from the School of Complementary Medicine in Ovideo, Florida,
one year of study at Kyung Hee University Hospital in Seoul,
Korea, two years of study at Won Kwang University Hospital in
Ik San, Korea and a two year Practice with mentoring in advance
learning and methodology with Dr. Jung Woo Sik at the Jae Se
Acupuncture and Herbal Clinic in Jeon Joo, Korea. Six months
of his internships included Practice at Women's Health Specialty,
Won Kwang University Hospital.
Dr. Kim is Board Certified by the National Certification
Commission for Acupuncture Oriental medicine (NCCAOM).
He has been a licensed physician in the State of Florida since
1997 and in the State of Georgia since 2008.
Dr. Kim is a member of CAQH. All of Dr. Kim’s qualifying information has been submitted and researched for verification by this not-for-profit third-party physician credentialing organization.
Dr. Kim has received numerous recognitions for his community service by the Korean American Association of Orlando, Florida and by the Korean American Association of Greater Atlanta.
Dr. Kim is a member of the American Acupuncture Council.
Note: US Credentialing Definition
The Diplomate of Acupuncture ( NCCAOM - Dipl.Ac ) training and competency is in sharp contrast to the acupuncture training of other healthcare professionals such as chiropractors or registered nurses or even medical doctors who typically receive 100-300 hours of abbreviated training. These other healthcare professionals only treat a limited number of points. NCCAOM certified acupuncturists are also trained in standard medical history gathering, safety, and ethics, and recognition of when to refer patients to other health care professionals or consult with other medical practitioners.
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