Education and Certification
- BS of Applied Chemistry and MS of Wood Chemistry, 1992, 1996
- Master in Acupuncture, 2014
- Diplomate of Acupuncture by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, 2014
- Licensed East Asian Medicine Partitioner, 2014
- Chinese and Japanese Acupuncture
- Auricular acupuncture and therapy
- Scalp Acupuncture
- Manaka ion pumping cord therapy
- Qi Gong Exercise
- Food therapy
- Moxa, Cupping, and Gua Sha
- Tuina (Chinese Medical Massage) and Zen style Shiatsu
It was an awakening moment in 2009, after years of working as an industrial scientist with co-invention of 10 patents, Bing Su set her goal of improving health of herself and others. In the past 5 years, she enjoyed intense medical study and overcame own medical challenges, and completed the training of Master in Acupuncture from Seattle Institute of Oriental Medicine. She was grateful for the wonderful education from SIOM that hands-on and clinical skills are passed on from master practitioners to students in the traditional way. She practiced acupuncture in various clinical settings and treated patients of different conditions, such as complicated cases in the school intern clinics, chronic and degenerative diseases for seniors in a retirement center, and emotional distress and pain for low income population in a community center and a detoxification services center.
Joining WA State Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Center at the International District, Bing Su feels connected to the root and heritage of Chinese medicine, and fortunate to work with experienced practitioners in a team. Being a scientist by heart, she is ready and eager to help you achieve natural health by finding creative solutions from the treasure box of Chinese medicine. She is drawn to women's health, pain disorders, and geriatric conditions. She also plans to work and learn with Dr. Raymond Chan to treat complicated and chronic diseases.