Curriculum Vitae

Mark Fields, L.Ac., d.NBAO

Licensed Acupuncturist

Diplomate-National Board of Acupuncture Orthopedics

 

1971

California State University – Dominguez Hills at Carson, California

B.A. – Economics

 

1974

University of Oregon at Eugene

M.S. – Economics

 

1974 – 78

University of California at Davis

Ph.D. Program – Economics

 

1979 – 81

Acupuncture Apprenticeship with Dr. Miriam Lee, O.M.D.

Palo Alto, California

 

1984

SAMRA University of Oriental Medicine

Los Angeles, California

B.S. – Acupuncture

 

1983 – 84

Lecturer at SAMRA University

 

1985

Acupuncture Licensure by State of California,

 

1990

Qualified Medical Evaluator (Q.M.E.)

Appointed by the Industrial Medical Council, State of California

 

1992

Industrial Injury Evaluator, Certified by I.C.A.C.

(International Chiropractors Association of California)

 

1994

Diplomate National Board of Acupuncture Orthopedics

 

1996 – 97

Consultant to Landmark Insurance Company to

establish Acupuncture provider network.

 

1996 – 98

Member Board of Directors of California State Oriental Medicine Association

 

1996 –

Member- California State Oriental Medicine Association

 

2013 – Present

Acu-Care Provider (Acupuncture in Managed Care)

 

1986 – Present

Acupuncture Practice in Sacramento, California

 

Current Continuing Education

Provider’s Name:  Lotus Institute of Integrative Medicine – City of Industry, California

 

Year 2016

  •  Reversing Autoimmune Disease with Acupuncture and Functional Medicine

Year 2015

  •  Most Treated Conditions in Bob Doane’s Clinic: Pulse and Herbs for Internal Disorders

Year 2014

  • Master Tung’s Points for the Collection Formulas, Part I and II

Year 2013

  •  Essential Tung’s Acupuncture: Clinical Strategies for Internal Medicine

Year 2012

  • Top 50 Drugs and Their Alternatives
  • Unique Diagnostic Methods
  • Effectively Educating Americans on How Acupuncture Works
  • The “Law” of Gynecology: Menstrual Disorders and Infertility
  • Can Chinese Medicine Treat Cancer? 3 Case Studies from Dr. Tad’s Clinic
  • Pulsynergy Made Easy Part 1
  • Acupuncture and Herbal Treatment of Pain Using Master Tung’s Points
  • Treating Diabetes Mellitus with Western and Chinese Medicine
  • Treating Menopause with Western and Chinese Medicine
  • Treating Hepatitis B with Western and Chinese Medicine
  • Treating Asthma with Western and Chinese Medicine
  • Acupuncture for Pain: Interactive Case Studies
  • Sexual Arousal Disorders
  • Pulsynergy Made Easy Part 2
  • Treating Hypothyroidism with Western and Oriental Medicine
  • Treating Gastritis with Western and Chinese Medicine
  •  Fang Jia Fang: The Art and Science of Herbal Combinations (Part1)
  • Auricular Medicine: Point Location
  • The Tao of Nutrition: Healing with Food Energy
  • The Tao of Nutrition: Harmonizing the Seasons
  • Pulsynergy Made Easy Part III
  • Essential Tung’s Acupuncture: Points and Locations

Previous Continuing Education

Year 2000

  • Thoracic Spine and Ribcage Refresher by Alon Marcus
    Integrated Orthopedic Acupuncture Course -San Francisco, California
  • Modern Japanese Acupuncture Techniques
    By Master Kawai  – San Francisco, California

2001

  • UC Davis 10th Annual Review & Update-Pain Management
    (Lecturer on Traditional Chinese Medicine) – Tenaya Lodge, Fish Camp, California

2002

  • Traditional Chinese Medicine: Gynecology & Cosmetology
    Lotus Institute – San Diego, California
  • Review of  50 Common Herbal Formulas TCM
    Lotus Institute, San Diego – California
  • Pain Management with Moxibustion & Other Adjunctive Therapies
    –  Blue Poppy Seminars, Inc –California

2004

  • The Physiology,Pathology,Diagnosis & Treatment of Men with TCM
    Blue Poppy Seminars – California
  • The Tao of Healthy Eating:Chin Dietary Therapy
    Blue Poppy Seminars

2008

  • Japanese Acupuncture Certification:  From Infertility to Pediatric Acupuncture
    Acupuncture & Integrative Medicine College –   Berkeley, California
  • Transmission and Transformation of Disease – With Anryu Iwashina
    Acupuncture & Integrative Medicine College – Berkeley, California
  • Clinical Wonders with Acupuncture
    Richard T. Tan – San Francisco, California
  • Global Balance for Internal Disorders
    By Richard T. Tan – San Francisco, California
  • Balancing Five Elements
    By Richard T. Tan – San Francisco, California

2009

  • The Basics of Tonic Herbalism – Course 1
    By Ron Teeguarden’s Dragon Herbs – Santa Monica, California

2010

  • More Clinical Wonders with Acupuncture
    By Richard T. Tan – San Diego, California
  • Treating Zang-Fu Disorders with Meridian – Conversion Therapy
    By Richard T. Tan – San Diego, California
  • Choosing the Best Balance Method Strategies
    By Richard T. Tan – San Diego, California
  • – Balancing the Eight Extra Meridians/Scalp Acupuncture – Qi Cultivation
    By Richard T. Tan – San Diego, California