With the extended experience from his father, while he has treated a numerous conditions such as chronic pains, Bell's palsy, post-stroke, migraine, allergies, digestive conditions, women's issues, and stress, his practice ultimately focuses on improving the overall well-being and health of the patient and thus quality of life, rather than just isolated treatment of specific symptoms. His goal of patient care is to help his patients to restore the balance and harmony among the physical, mindful, and spiritual domains of the whole person. Being a graduate from PhD program of Tianjin University of Chinese Medicine and a Doctor of Chiropractic and Chiropractic Family Practice Residency program at National University of Health Sciences, researcher and professor, he has interested in integration of Eastern-Western medicines to complete the puzzle for the maximum patient benefit. He is an Assistant Dean of AOM program at National University of Health Sciences. He published many articles and has contributed to CCAOM and ACAOM. His contribution to acupuncture profession has expanded to include giving a consultation to many acupuncture and Oriental medicine schools across the country, as well.