Selma is board certified in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine by the NCCAOM (National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine). She obtained her Master of Science in Oriental Medicine and Bachelor Degree in Nutrition from the Midwest College of Oriental Medicine in Chicago Illinois. Where she also received the academic award of Cum Laude.
Selma has had advanced classes and internship in Beijing China at the Training Center of China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences. While in China she worked in the hospital alongside top Chinese medical physicians and learned from medical scholars. “It was truly a learning experience that will never be forgotten”.
In 1996 she also graduated from The Chicago School of Massage Therapy where she specialized in chronic muscle pain and works with many Medical Doctors, Chiropractors and Physical Therapists.
Combining 15 years of experience in wellness with massage therapy and a master’s degree in Chinese Medicine she will tailor a health plan specifically for your needs. She helps patients regain their health by addressing the true cause of disease, not just the symptoms.
She is also an active member of the national non-profit group, Foundation for Wellness Professionals. www.wellnessspeakers.org She volunteers her time speaking at many different functions about getting people healthy naturally and away from needless drugs. She frequently speaks on subjects ranging from weight loss to balancing hormones naturally.
In Beijing China I worked with some of the best third and fourth generation Oriental Medicine Physicians. There, I earned a certificate for advanced acupuncture studies. They passed their knowledge down to me and I am using what I learned to heal as many people as possible naturally with out drugs. They taught me about extra acupuncture points that are not taught in Traditional Oriental Medicine schools in the United States. These acupuncture points can make a real difference in a patient’s treatment. I use these acupuncture points quite often with my patients here in the United States with great results. I also attended Advanced Oriental Medicine classes where we learned many different Chinese herbal formulas and acupuncture point combinations. Depending on the patients health problem, the correct herbal formula will aid in a patient’s recovery.
If you suffer from chronic pain, fibromyalgia, allergies, depression, anxiety and fatigue; or if you are seeking to lose weight, stop smoking, and live a healthier, more productive and energetic life; we offer a safe, effective and drug free alternative.
Functional Medicine is very similar to Chinese Medicine by using a patient centered approach to focus primarily on identifying the cause of illness, not just treating the symptoms of illness. Read more about functional medicine here.
The Emperor’s Medicine offers numerous therapies to assist with your overall health and well-being. Whether you are recovering from an injury, battling a sickness, or simply need a deep, therapeutic massage, we are here.
Roberta Wind, LMT (right)
As a graduate of the Chicago School of Massage Therapy, Roberta is passionate about massage and has delivered close to 9,000 sessions of massage therapy. Practicing massage since 1999, she is experienced in all techniques including Swedish, Deep Tissue, Myofascial, Sports, Prenatal, Hot Stones, Aromatherapy and Reiki Energy.
Lauren Pendleton, Office Manager (left)
Being a prime example of Selma's functional medicine program, Lauren herself recovered from a severe autoimmune problem that she had been struggling with since she as a teenager. Having personally experienced the results and now completely off medications, she has a strong commitment to Selma's traditional and all natural approach.
The Emperor’s Medicine believes in giving back to those in need. We have chosen two non-profits to donate funds and/or supplies to.
Hope for Paws (Hopeforpaws.org) is an animal rescue organization.
CARE (CARE.org) changes the world by empowering women and girls and those living in poverty all around the world.
We at The Emperor’s Medicine are encouraging all businesses big and small to adopt a non-profit (or 2).