Siham Miller is an Ivy league graduate of Columbia University and graduated among the top of her class from the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in 2011. She is currently completing her Doctorate in Traditional Chinese Medicine (DTCM) with a focus on integrative medicine at Five Branches University. She successfully owned and operated the original Acu Yoga Wellness clinic in La Mesa, California for three years before moving to Temecula to start her family.
With over 10 years of experience, Siham specializes in helping patients heal from pain-related issues and achieve mind-body wellness. She has an extensive background in sports acupuncture from her work with professional dancers, the UCSD cross country, basketball and soccer teams, and players from the Chargers and Padres. She is also proficient in treating patients before and after surgery for musculoskeletal issues. Over the years, Siham has developed a unique skill set in working with Veterans and treating health issues such as PTSD, traumatic brain injury, and chronic pain. In addition to pain management, Siham specializes in fertility, pregnancy-related issues such as back pain and labor induction, women's health, anxiety, depression, digestive problems, and a host of issues associated with aging.
Siham's father is a retired cardiovascular/trauma surgeon and both of her parents are yoga instructors and immigrants from Bangladesh. Therefore, from an early age, she has been inspired by her family background to work hard to combine the benefits of both Eastern and Western medicine to achieve optimal wellness. Siham completed her yoga teacher training with the renowned yoga instructors Bhava Ram and Laura Plumb, who encouraged her to embrace her strong but gentle approach, which she strives to do in both her yoga classes and acupuncture treatments.
In her spare time, Siham enjoys knitting, holistic cooking, and spending quality time with her husband and two daughters.