OMD/DOM, MS, LAc., ATC, CSCS, PMT
(714) 469-6817 email@example.com
Dr. Ronda is a pioneer in the field of integrated and mindful medicine with experience that encompasses global representation. Her experience and expertise is unique and extremely diverse. Her academic and clinical success is realized through her accomplishments in integrating traditional and non-traditional therapies. She has over twenty five years experience as a sports medicine consultant and performance specialist to world-class, Olympic, professional athletes and the entertainment industry. Ronda has worked with numerous national and international sports teams such as: Tae Kwon Do Junior Olympics, State Farm Ice Skating Championships, 2000 China's Olympic Women's Basketball, 2004 Olympic athletes in Athens, Greece, 2008 USA Men's Olympic Volleyball Team Champions and World League Champions, So You Think You Can Dance, Extreme Dodgeball, as well as various sport venues nationally and internationally. Her most recent affiliations are with USA Men's Volleyball Team and the Anaheim Ducks. Dr. Wimmer has also been involved with numerous non-profit organizations as a volunteer.
Dr. Ronda's teaching background is multi-disciplined with courses ranging from human biology, human anatomy, human physiology to integrative physiology and nutrition, sports medicine, kinesiology, massage and manual therapy to Eastern philosophy and various indigenous medical systems, among others, for students interested in various health professionals. Her teaching experience is just as diverse from private post-secondary through graduate school at Golden West College, Chapman University, California State University Long Beach, South Baylo University, as well as University of California Irvine, Susan Samueli Center for Integrative Medicine and University of California San Francisco. Dr. Wimmer is an advocate and recognized authority in sports medicine, integrative performance enhancement, CAM therapies, integrated medicine, Eastern medical systems, comparative perspectives of traditional medical systems and the preservation of Eastern and indigenous medicine's cultural heritage.
She has lectured nationally and internationally on sports medicine, integrated medicine, performance enhancement, Eastern and indigenous medical systems. She has written numerous articles, taught seminars to various medical professionals, appeared on national radio and TV, and has peer reviewed and published several books relating to sports medicine, anatomy, physiology, ethnomedicine, and Oriental medicine.
KimTrotman, CHT, CPLHT - Intuitive
(714) 813 - 9301 or (866) KIM - TROT - (866) 546 - 8768 www.kimtrotman.com
Kim has that unusual balance of being intuitive and practical. Her professional background in the Civil Engineering field following her mother’s footsteps. Her physicist father’s influence kept her grounded. The progression of her intuitive and spiritual career has grown over the years.
Spiritual and intuitive influences run on both sides of her family. Notably her grandmother’s near death and many other spiritual experiences formed the basis of Kim’s life long interest in the spiritual and paranormal. Her advice and encouragement helped Kim to appreciate, understand and develop her own gifts of seeing auras and spirits, feeling and interpreting energy.
Kim is a frequent guest lecturer at Chapman University and works with individuals and groups to pass on her knowledge and experience
Dr. Kate Egan - Naturopathic Physician
Natural Famiy Medicine (310) 940 - 7699 / Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Egan grew up in Southern California. She received her undergraduate degree from Loyola Marymount University. A lifelong interest in health and natural medicine led her to National College of Naturopathic Medicine in Portland, Oregon, where she received her doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine. She is a licensed naturopathic physician and primary care provider. She is a member of the California Association of Naturopathic Physicians and the Pediatric Association of Naturopathic Physicians. In addition to private practice she teaches anatomy & physiology, pathophysiology and pharmacology to nursing students and students interested in the health professions. She is a mother to a teenage son who continues to inspire and fill her life with love and gratitude. She divides her time between Orange County and Catalina Island.