The University of East-West Medicine has launched great health in Silicon Valley to promote health for professionals and their families in Silicon Valley by offering free check-ups. Joined with the World Federation of Integrative Medicine in collaboration with integrative medicine institutes in 100 countries, UEWM offers free health check-ups and treatment and one free qigong class to promote healing in mind and body. Dr. Ying Qiu Wang, the founder and the President of the University of East-West Medicine, has done extensive research on chronic pain, stress, insomnia, and more, has an expert level of knowledge in how to nurture family health by opening spinal gates and detoxification, and is eager to share his knowledge with people. UEWM has been known to be the health center for its community, offering a place to learn, exercise, and heal.
UEWM has the world’s top faculty team with decades of clinical and teaching experience and a passion to provide the highest and most advanced level of education for students. The quality of education is proven with a historically high license exam passing rate. UEWM is an accredited university by California Acupuncture Board and NCCAOM and with the Master’s degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine, you are eligible to take the California Licensure Examination and the National Licensure Examination. UEWM offers daytime, evening, weekday, and weekend class schedules to give students more flexibility. Classes are offered in both Chinese and English. UEWM offers I-20 for international students and financial aid for eligible students. Not only that, located at the heart of Silicon Valley, UEWM is surrounded by Silicon Valley high-tech companies like Google, Apple, and Facebook. It is located in one of the safest cities in the United States and UEWM has a beautiful environment and climate. Individual classes are offered, and applicants do not need medical background and only need 60 undergraduate credits. In addition, the UEWM career development department helps licensed graduates find jobs on or off campus or open a clinic.