Z’ev Rosenberg, L. Ac., is recognized as one of the first generation of practitioners of traditional Chinese medicine in America. Before opening his practice in acupuncture and herbal medicine in 1983, he was a shiatsu therapist and macrobiotic counselor since 1975 in Denver, Colorado and Santa Fe, New Mexico. He was one of the initiators of an acupuncture licensing law in Colorado, spearheading a drive as President of the Acupuncture Association of Colorado from 1984 to 1988. As well as being a professor/department chair emeritus at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, where he taught for 23 years, he has lectured widely around the United States, and has written many articles published in all of the professional English-language journals of the Chinese/East Asian Medical profession.
Presently, he is director of the Alembics Institute, an educational institution based in San Diego, and an advisory board member (Krupp Endowment Committee) at the University of California San Diego Integrative Health Center. He is also a professor at the Academy of Chinese Health Sciences in Oakland, Z`ev Rosenberg, L. Ac., Classical Chinese Medicine
Ca., in their doctorate program, as well as at Five Branches Institute, San Jose, Ca. and Yosan University, Los Angeles, Ca. He is the author of “Returning to the Source: Han Dynasty Classics in Modern Clinical Practice”, “Ripples in the Flow: Reflections on Vessel Dynamics in the Nan Jing”, and the upcoming “Afterglow: Ministerial Fire and Ecological Chinese Medicine”. He continues in clinical practice after 40 years ‘at the helm’, focusing on chronic, complex disorders.