Originally from Israel, Uzi started his career as a software engineer. After realizing that his true passion revolves around helping other people improve their physical and emotional health, Uzi decided to embark on a path of self-discovery which led him to the field of acupuncture & Chinese medicine.
Shortly after graduating from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in San Diego and obtaining his license, Uzi started his own acupuncture practice while working in two other acupuncture clinics. In one clinic he focused on resolving internal conditions using traditional Chinese herbs and acupuncture, and in another he specialized in sport medicine and orthopedic conditions.
Uzi has been working with Dr. Mancini at the Center of Integrative Care since 2011 and is constantly striving to learn more and grow as a practitioner. Uzi sees his life mission in helping people improve their overall health and quality of life.
Out of the office, Uzi enjoys being with his amazing family of wife and three kids.
- M.S., Pacific College of Oriental Medicine
- Licensed Acupuncturist (L.A.c.), State of California Board of Acupuncture
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R. P. (Verified Patient) Mar 19, 2015
This place is amazing and has so many cool ways to help improve your life! I came for the ARP Wave Therapy which really helped me heal a horribly painful and long-lasting bout of tendonitis and bursitis in my shoulder. The therapy gave me back almost full range of motion and major pain relief in a very short period of time. I traveled there from Los Angeles to have the treatments and it was worth it! Then I saw that they are doing brain mapping and brain training now! It looks so cool, I plan to try that next. These folks are professionals, know what they are doing and also very kind. I highly recommend them
L. L. (Verified Patient) Jul 11, 2014
Very clean, courteous and downright professional. They are based off appointments and literally take you right into your session. The parking spots can get quite full but usually there is always one spot open for the taking.
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