Dr. Tae Rim, DAOM, MAOM, L.Ac.

He is National Board Licensed Acupuncturist.

He attended and graduated from  Virginia University of Integrative Medicine (VUOM/VUIM) earning a Doctorate Degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (DAOM) in 2019 and Texas Health & Science University Formerly known as Texas College of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCTCM) in 2006, earning a Masters Degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (MAOM).

The focus of his research work is on internal medicine, stroke prevention and rehabilitation, pain management, osteoarthritis, allergies and asthma. His purpose is alleviating the stress and pain that people feel from having imbalances in life due to sickness, injury or unhealthy lifestyle patterns.

2008 – Present  Executive Director of AOM Clinic

2019 – Present Medical Reserve Corp. Member at Fairfax County Health Department (Emerg. Op)

2018 – Present   President of Korean Oriental Medicine Association (KOMA)

2012 – Present   President of International Acupuncture Oriental Medicine Association

2013 – 2017   Vice President of Korean Oriental Medicine Association (KOMA)

2009 – 2012   Secretary of KOMA

2013 – Present   AOM Professor at Virginia University of Integrative Medicine (VUIM)

2011 – 2017   AOM Professor at SBU Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine University

2013 – 2017   Member of Acupuncturists without Border  Community volunteering

2012 – 2013.10   Program and clinical director at the SBU Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine University

2009 – 2012.12   Secretary of KOMA & Member

2006 – 2008.08   Administration Dean and OM Clinical Professor at the KPU Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine University

He is the 2012/2013 winner of the U.S. President  Volunteer Award for his outstanding medical Services to the communities. This 2013 award is called the President’s Call to Service Award as it is considered to represent a lifetime of volunteering (4,000 hours or more).



Anna Kim

AOM Clinic ABT (Massage Therapist)