Sean Davis is a Licensed Acupuncturist by the California Board of Acupuncture, Certified in Sports Medicine Acupuncture, and is the owner of San Diego Sports Acupuncture. He obtained his Master's of Science in Traditional Oriental Medicine from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, and his Bachelor's of Science from the University of California, San Diego. His passion for treating orthopedic injuries is matched only by his passion for exploring new systems of exercise and movement. Sean has studied over a half dozen martial arts, spending more than a decade focusing primarily on Traditional Chinese Martial Arts. In the treatment room, Sean pulls inspiration from his background in martial arts and Daoism as well as his experience with Yoga, Pilates, Kettlebell, Crossfit, Powerlifting, and Olympic Lifting. In addition to 4 years at an accredited acupuncture school, Sean spent 2 years as an acupuncture assistant at Acusport Clinic, and another 2 years completing the Sports Medicine Acupuncture Certification (SMAC) Program. He now is a teaching assistant for various modules of the SMAC program. Sean takes a grounded and analytical approach to treatment of orthopedic disorders, combining the latest research in Sports Medicine with Chinese Medicine Theory.
Uzi Chen is a Licensed Acupuncturist by the California Board of Acupuncture, currently enrolled in the 2017-2018 Sports Medicine Acupuncture seminar series and sitting for his certification exam in April. Originally from Israel, Uzi started his career as a software engineer. After realizing his true passion lies around working with people and helping them feel better and improve their health naturally, Uzi decided to become a student of alternative medicine which led him to study the incredible field of acupuncture & Chinese medicine.
Shortly after graduating from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in San Diego (2010) and obtaining his license, Uzi started working in two acupuncture clinics. In one clinic he focused on resolving internal conditions using acupuncture and traditional Chinese herbs, and in another he specialized in treating orthopedic injuries, using the Sports Medicine Acupuncture approach.
Uzi has been working alongside Dr. Mario Mancini at the Center For Integrative Care since 2011, helping thousands of people find relief as well as clarity about their unique bodily condition. Uzi specializes in Pain management and has a passion for applying evidence based medicine through the utilization of labs as well as refined orthopedic evaluation.
Uzi is constantly striving to learn more and grow as a practitioner. He’s currently completing his advanced Sports Medicine Acupuncture Certification program under renowned acupuncturist, Matt Callison. Uzi sees his life mission in helping people improve their health and increase their overall quality of life.
Out of the office, Uzi enjoys spending time with his beautiful family of wife and four kids.