About Ken Berry, MSOM, L.Ac.

Ken Berry received his Master of Science in Oriental Medicine from the Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine College, Berkeley, where he is now on faculty and the Director of Admissions. His professional interests include women’s health, fertility, and pain management within the broader scope of family practice.

In addition to his private practice in Sacramento, Ken has treated hundreds of patients with acupuncture and herbs in three Bay Area community clinics: the AIMC Berkeley Community Acupuncture Clinic, Lifelong Medical Clinic in downtown Oakland, and Berkeley Primary Care. He has worked with patients ages 11-92 on a wide variety of health issues.

Ken also holds the rank of Shodan (black belt) in Aikido, a martial art based on peaceful conflict resolution.

Ken’s professional memberships include the American Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine and the Sacramento Rainbow Chamber of Commerce.


About Kat Delse, MSOM, L.Ac.

Kat Delse received her Master of Science in Oriental Medicine from the Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine College, Berkeley. She has over 1,000 hours of clinical experience as an intern at the AIMC clinic, Berkeley Primary Care, and the Jewish Community Free Clinic. Her professional interests include women’s health and fertility, psycho/emotional/spiritual issues, and pain relief as part of a general family practice. Kat volunteers at the Charlotte Maxwell Center in Oakland, CA offering free acupuncture to help low income women with cancer. 

Kat’s interests in healing, service, and herbalism began in childhood, and led her to professional caretaking work for a wide variety of creatures from family pets to infants and the elderly. She seeks first to offer greater health and comfort to others, and when they are willing, to bring greater awareness to the deeper spiritual aspects of their nature. To do this she draws from her various trainings in practices such as meditation and martial arts. As a Reiki Master, Kat often combines hands-on energy healing with the naturally balancing and awakening aspects of acupuncture. In addition, her hundreds of hours of experience as an intuitive counselor, work that included counseling couples from preconception through pregnancy and attendance of births, have given her a great love of fertility and the personal growth that accompanies reproduction. 

Kat draws great joy from assisting others in cultivating their power and well-being. Her own personal journey of healing with the help of acupuncture and herbs has brought a deep sense of compassion and respect for the process a patient undergoes in a course of treatment.

In addition to practicing acupuncture in Sacramento at Asian Therapeutics, Kat is also available for treatment in her Santa Rosa office. For details, visit santarosa-acupuncture.com.



About Scott Rowe, MSOM, L.Ac.

Scott is a graduate of the Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine College, Berkeley. He has been practicing Chinese Medicine since 2005, and also has completed postgraduate study in Tianjin, China in 2008. While in Tianjin, he had intensive clinical time rotating through the stroke recovery and Andrology (Men’s Health) departments at the traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) hospital there.

He is currently participating in a study investigating the effects of acupuncture on patient outcome and satisfaction in the emergency department of a major Bay Area hospital.

Scott enjoys backpacking and playing soccer in his spare time. He also cooks for family and friends, using his previous experience as a professional chef with his knowledge of Chinese dietary therapy to make delicious meals.

In addition to practicing acupuncture in Sacramento at Asian Therapeutics, Scott is also available for treatment in his San Francisco office. For details, visit RootBranchOM.com.