Bradley A. Cimino L.Ac graduated from Five Branches Institute in Santa Cruz, CA with a Master’s degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine with a special emphasis on integrative sports medicine and pain management. Looking to experience the medicine first-hand, Bradley traveled to China where he studied orthopedic acupuncture and completed an externship program through Zhe Jiang University in Hang Zhou, China. After becoming licensed to practice acupuncture and herbal medicine by the state of California, Bradley continued his studies and received a board certification in orthopedic acupuncture (DNBAO) through Lerner Education in Los Angeles, CA.
Upon moving back to his hometown of Sacramento, Bradley opened ProActive Acupuncture: Center for Asian Healing Arts in 2006. Since then, he has enjoyed providing Sacramento with the highest quality health care. In 2015, Bradley opened Chinese Medical Arts, his home-based office, which allows additional accessibility for his patients. Bradley is also a student of Grand Master Ye Young where he studies Chinese Literati, including Tai Chi and China’s oldest meditative practice called “Nei Dan.” As a former professor at the University of East West Medicine, Bradley continues to lecture and teach both his students and patients, spreading health and wellness to the community.