Director

Dr. Takeshi Komatsu

Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine
Licensed Acupuncturist (both USA & Japan)
Licensed Massage specialist (Japan)
California Herbal Medicine Specialist
NATA Certified Atheletic Trainer
President of California Sports Medicine Center

Dr. Komatsu is an internationally sought educator in the acupuncture world and has been teaching for over 35 years. He travels to Japan a few times a year to teach acupuncture seminars to both Japanese acupuncture students and licensed practitioners. In Los Angeles, Dr. Komatsu is a distinguished faculty member at the prestigious Doctorate programs of Emperor’s College of Oriental Medicine and Yo San University. His passion is to help raise and educate the new generation of aspiring acupuncturists.

MEDICAL EXPERIENCE

2018 – Present              New Japan Pro-Wrestling               Acupuncture Specialist and Athletic Trainer

2013                                Sato, Takuma      (Indy Car Racer, Long Beach Grand Prix Champion 2013, Indy500 Champion 2017 & 2020)

                                          Acupuncture Specialist and Athletic Trainer

2001- Present                Japanese Healing, Inc.     Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine;   Los Angeles, California

                                         Treated patients with therapeutic massage, acupuncture and herbs.

1996-2007                      Long Beach Sports Medicine and Physical Therapy, Inc.

                                          Acupuncture Specialist and Athletic Trainer;      Long Beach, California

                                          Treated Olympic athletes and regular patients with acupuncture, herbs, ultrasound, electric therapy,

                                          and also performed stretching, therapeutic massage, mobilization.

1995-1996, 2007           USA National Water Polo Team       (Atlanta Olympic Team in 1996, World Aquatic Championship 2007)

                                          Athletic Trainer and Acupuncture Specialist;      Long Beach, California

                                         Performed all sports medicine and rehabilitation duties required by injured athletes, such as administering first aid,

                                          exercises, stretching, PNF, therapeutic massage, and acupuncture.

1988-89                           NEC Professional Women’s Volleyball Team         (1988 Japan Leauge Champion Team)

                                          Assistant Trainer and Acupuncture Specialist;    NEC Sports Gym, Japan

                                          Performed all sports medicine and rehabilitation duties required by injured athletes, such as administering first aid, 

                                          exercises, stretching, acupuncture and therapeutic massage.

1988                                 USA National Track and Field Team          (Seoul Olympic 1988)

                                           Assistant Trainer and Acupuncture Specialist;    Japan Olympic Center, Japan

                                          Treated sports injuries and prepared athletes for Olympic events with acupuncture, therapeutic massage and taping.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

1993- Present                California Sports Medicine Center

                                         Lectured students on athletic training, taping, anatomy with cadavers, strength & conditioning, joint mobilization,

                                         sports rehabilitation, chiropractic, and Oriental Medicine in U.S.A. & Japan.

2006 – Present              Professor for Doctorate Degree for Emperor’s College/Yo San University

MEDICAL EXPERIENCE

2018 – Present             
New Japan Pro-Wrestling           Acupuncture Specialist and Athletic Trainer

2013                               
Sato, Takuma     
(Indy Car Racer, Long Beach Grand Prix Champion 2013, Indy500 Champion 2017 & 2020)

Acupuncture Specialist and Athletic Trainer

2001- Present 
Japanese Healing, Inc.     
Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine;   Los Angeles, California

Treated patients with therapeutic massage, acupuncture and herbs.

1996-2007                     
Long Beach Sports Medicine and Physical Therapy, Inc.

Acupuncture Specialist and Athletic Trainer;      Long Beach, California
Treated Olympic athletes and regular patients with acupuncture, herbs, ultrasound, electric therapy,
and also performed stretching, therapeutic massage, mobilization.

1995-1996, 2007         
USA National Water Polo Team       (Atlanta Olympic Team in 1996, World Aquatic Championship 2007)

Athletic Trainer and Acupuncture Specialist;      Long Beach, California
Performed all sports medicine and rehabilitation duties required by injured athletes, such as administering first aid,
exercises, stretching, PNF, therapeutic massage, and acupuncture.

1988-89                           
NEC Professional Women’s Volleyball Team       
 (1988 Japan Leauge Champion Team)

Assistant Trainer and Acupuncture Specialist;    NEC Sports Gym, Japan
Performed all sports medicine and rehabilitation duties required by injured athletes, such as administering first aid,
exercises, stretching, acupuncture and therapeutic massage.

1988                                 
USA National Track and Field Team   (Seoul Olympic 1988)

Assistant Trainer and Acupuncture Specialist;    Japan Olympic Center, Japan

Treated sports injuries and prepared athletes for Olympic events with acupuncture, therapeutic massage and taping.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

1993- Present                
California Sports Medicine Center

Lectured students on athletic training, taping, anatomy with cadavers, strength & conditioning, joint mobilization,

sports rehabilitation, chiropractic, and Oriental Medicine in U.S.A. & Japan.

2006 – Present              
Professor for Doctorate Degree for Emperor’s College/Yo San University

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