Sally Goluboff, L.Ac.
Sally Goluboff received a Master’s Degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine from Yo San University. She completed a residency program at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, where she treated pediatric patients with chronic pain conditions as well as autoimmune diseases. Sally also completed an externship program at Venice Family Clinic, which is a multidisciplinary medical clinic in Los Angeles that serves low-income residents.
Sally enjoys working in an integrative setting and treating patients of all ages. She is also passionate about treating women’s health and fertility.
Before she began her studies in Chinese Medicine, Sally had experience in education at a large university campus, and program management for a private tutoring company. She speaks four languages and has traveled all over the world. She has lived in five countries and spent a year in Japan teaching conversational English to high school students.
Prior to being awarded the Tao of Wellness Fellowship, she was the Assistant Academic Dean at Yo San University. In her role as Assistant Dean she was able to advise students and help them create an academic plan to graduate successfully with a Master’s Degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Sally also had a private practice in Westchester.