Dr. Omidi’s Education & Career
Dr. Omidi is a health care professional with an impeccable track record of achievements. With over 27 years of experience in medical and rehab settings, and a doctorate in Traditional Chinese Medicine, she graduated from FIU University, College of Health. She completed her senior internship and subsequently worked as a CP at Jackson Memorial Hospital for several years. Dr. Omidi moved to California and worked at Loma Linda University Medical Center. She later graduated from the University of Redlands with an MBA.
During her Ph.D. in Rehabilitation Medicine at the University of Washington, Dr. Omidi developed her interest in Chinese Medicine. She later received her Master’s and Doctorate Degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine from the Emperor’s College of Oriental Medicine in California, regarded as the country’s best Acupuncture and herbal school. She completed her dissertation on the immune system and preventative Medicine.
Dr. Omidi is board-certified by the American Board for Certification in Orthotics and Prosthetics (CPO). She is a licensed acupuncturist in California and treats a broad range of conditions independently and in collaboration with other health professionals. She believes in a collaborative approach to therapy and cherishes her patients’ feedback. She understands the importance of being heard while seeking treatment and considers it an honor to interact with people throughout their path to recovery and well-being.
Our Vision & Philosophy
Dr. Omidi envisions helping people to live a healthy and active life. She is a master of her craft and treats a wide range of illnesses, including orthopedics, pain management (musculoskeletal and headaches/migraines), autoimmune disease, phantom pain, stress management, anxiety, sleep disorders, drug and alcohol rehabilitation, general gynecology, allergies, asthma, digestive disorders (including IBS and GERD), and health maintenance.
She helps patients maintain a baseline of health and vitality through a nutritious diet, exercise, and stress reduction, which helps avoid injury and disease. According to Dr. Omidi,
“As an integrative health care provider, I have learned about the power of self-healing and how to help my patients on their journey toward optimal health. My knowledge in both, Eastern and Western medical practices has given me a unique insight into what physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being means to sick or injured people.”
Besides her involvement in evidence-based research and her passion for helping her patients heal naturally, she enjoys reading, going to the theater, the opera, bicycling, boxing, yoga, skiing, painting, photography, and traveling.
We envision improving the health and lives of people by utilizing the untapped wisdom of Traditional Chinese Medicine, which includes acupuncture. We believe in treating the whole body using acupuncture and herbal medicine to achieve optimal health. Choosing holistic treatment will help you regain optimal health and wellness.
At AIM, we take time to understand and determine the patient’s complete health condition. Therefore, our personalized treatments are tailored for each individual’s unique needs resulting in delivering optimal care and wellness.
We understand that healthcare choices, including selecting a healthcare provider, should never be taken lightly. We believe in implementing a comprehensive approach to wellness. We discuss and assess our patient’s overall health to deliver tailored therapies suited to their specific needs and health requirements.
Traditional Chinese Medicine
TCM stimulates the body’s natural healing mechanisms to restore balance and harmony. In TCM, each individual is treated as a whole being; mind and body are not viewed separately but as a part of an energetic whole.
Traditional Chinese Medicine is beneficial for people suffering from problems such as a stiff neck, tight shoulders, lower back discomfort, chronic stress, or general muscular tension.
Acupuncturists employ a variety of techniques to help restore and maintain your health, including but not limited to:
- Acupressure/ Tui na
- Herbal Medicine
- Gua Sha
- Infrared heat
- Exercise, such as Tai Chi, and Qi gong which combines movement and meditation