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Acupuncturists in New York
“I have been inspired by healing and medicine as far back as I can remember. As a child, I drew hundreds of pictures of the human body (with and without diseases) for my mother, a nurse. I would bring ducks and squirrels back from near death. I loved to nurture and care for people, animals, plants...you name it. Later I began to study everything that I could find about health, healing, and medicine. I became very drawn to energy and the fine causal realms which are the origins of balance and harmony.
“Acupuncture, Acupressure, Nutrition 30 Years of experience in health and wellness. Do you want to improve your health? I can help you. The goal of my treatments is to bring your individual physical mental and emotional health into balance and harmony. Whether you are dealing with chronic or recent problems, my assessment and treatment address your health, symptoms and any related fundamental disharmony -- including dietary and lifestyle guidance. I have studied and taught in the US, China and Europe, am NCCAOM-Board Certified as Diplomate in Acupuncture, Oriental Medicine and Shiatsu/Asian Bodywork, Certified Nutritional/Health Counselor-MEA, Practice and Teaching for many years.
“I am a Licensed Acupuncturist with over 45 years of experience. I have been practicing in Manhattan, NY for 30 years. I am a three-time award winner (2011-2013) of the Best of Manhattan Acupuncturists. In 1966, I received my medical training in Shanghai, China through a dual-path program studying both Chinese traditional and Western allopathic medicine. After completion, I practiced acupuncture, herbal, and allopathic medicine for 16 years, Shanghai. I received the NYS Acupuncture license in 1984. Since then, I have treated over 50,000 New Yorkers, many of whom continue their care with me to this day.
“Dr. Decheng Chen holds a Ph.D. in acupuncture. Before coming to US, he worked as a professor in "The Acupuncture Hospital" of China, Academy of TCM in Beijing. He has more than 30 years of clinical and teaching acupuncture experience. He provided acupuncture treatment for Egyptian President Mubarak. Dr. Chen is licensed to practice Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine in the state of New York. His offices are located in New York City (Manhattan) and New Hyde Park (Long Island) .Most insurance plans are accepted.
“I work with individuals who are ready and willing to take control of their health. Healing is not an easy choice and it takes efforts on all sides - it's an absolute privilege and honor to be someone's partner in health. I believe in bridging the gap between Eastern and Western medicines with a focus on patient education. In addition to private practice, I am a clinic supervisor at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine and teach didactic specialty courses in Gynecology.
“I am a licensed acupuncturist with over 45 years of experience. I have been practicing in Manhattan, NY for 30 years. I am a three-time award winner (2011-2013) of the Best of Manhattan Acupuncturists. In 1966, I received my medical training in Shanghai, China through a dual-path program studying both Chinese traditional and Western allopathic medicine. After completion, I practiced acupuncture, herbal, and allopathic medicine for 16 years, Shanghai. I received the NYS Acupuncture license in 1984. Since then, I have treated over 50,000 New Yorkers, many of whom continue their care with me to this day.
“Life can be tough, but I believe good health does NOT have to be hard! After years of working as an investment banker, I healed myself through the use of acupuncture and Chinese herbs. My treatments get to the heart of the issue, and I incorporate life coaching into my treatments when necessary. I love working with individuals who are motivated to change and truly desire to achieve more balance and ease in their everyday lives.
“Dr. Chen received his MD, OMD after eight years of medical school training in China. He was a postdoctoral fallow in Georgrtown University Medical Center and an Associate Research Scientist in Columbia University College of physicians and Surgeons before his private practice in 1998. Dr. Chen specializes in oncology of Chinese Medicine. He provides complementary and alternative care for cancer patients brfore, during and after conventional oncological intervention. He will guide his cancer patients every step of the way to reduce side effects, cope with complication, keep the cancer at bay during remission and maximize the recovery.
“I'm a multi-modal practitioner who focuses on one patient at a time. My patients have my full attention for 90 minutes and I use acupuncture, moxibustion (heat stimulation of acupoints), tui na (Chinese medical Massage), Chinese herbology as well as qigong to aid patients in reaching their goals. If you're serious about improving your situation, I'm prepared to go the extra mile to get you there.
“Enjoy and experience how the worlds' oldest form of medicine can powerfully and effectively bring out your body's natural healing ability. The treatments you will receive will not only address the specific health issues you present, but you will find that our treatments are targeted to bring your entire body system into balance and alignment. Our commitment to your health and well-being is deeply rooted in the belief of healing the body by accessing and supporting your bodies own amazing healing potential. While empowering and educating our patients on their health and well-being.
“After completing 6 years of medical study in Beijing university of TCM and 2 more years of postgraduate study, I received Master Degree of Medical Science in China. My careers include over 40 years of clinical medical practice, research and teaching. I was an associated professor in Beijing university of TCM and became a senior faculty member of Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in New York. I paticipated in the Urban Ethnobotany Research Project (Menopause/ hot flashes) at Columbia University. My book "Practical Therapeutics of Traditional Chinese Medicine" was published in USA in 1997.
“I treat all conditions through the modalities that I am familiar with. I have been practicing Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)-- including Acupuncture and Chinese Herbology -- for 23 years. I have also taught TCM for 15 years at the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in New York City and have served on the board of the Acupuncture Society of New York and have been working for the national testing organization for the licensure of Chinese Medicine practitioners (NCCAOM) for 15 years.
“I see every client as an Unique individual; simultaneously,a Wholeness of body & mind. I focus on both the Cause (Root) and the Expressions (Symptoms) of the disease in order to give a more efficient treatment.
“Qi is a New York State licensed acupuncturist. In 1999, she started Traditional Chinese Medicine study and acupuncture training in her hometown Beijing with Dr. Chang Yuan Li, a retired doctor and professor from Peking Guang Ren hospital. Qi has treated patients with different styles as Oriental medicine, Myofascial trigger point releasing, Japanese style (Kiiko) acupuncture and Amma Acupressure.
“Hello. My name is Yuliya Chernyak and I am a NYS licensed acupuncturist. The primary goal of my practice is to alleviate pain and physical discomfort associated with acute or chronic injuries or general muscle stiffness. It is achieved through use of acupuncture, cupping and heat therapy. My secondary goal is to reduce or completely eliminate amount of prescribed medical drugs and its side effects. Very often a series of weekly acupuncture treatments can do the trick. In more complicated cases, I prescribe Chinese herbal formulas that address your individual needs.
“I practice Chinese Acupuncture and Herbology not only to treat a variety of physical symptoms but also as a preventative to many common conditions and ailments. I bring to my practice extensive knowledge of the body gained from my training as a physician and Ob/Gyn in China, and through my 18 years as an practicing acupuncturist. At our clinic we work holistically in both our diagnosis (TCM) and treatment. We believe that pain and disease both manifest from imbalances in Qi, which is the fundamental energy flowing through us. An imbalance in Qi can cause many problems throughout the body.
“"Healing is a matter of time, but it is sometimes also a matter of opportunity." - Hippocrates. I believe that everyone has what they need to heal. It sometimes takes a little help to tap into it, but we are all abundant in our nature. Acupuncture derives from a rich history of ancient wisdom; philosophical and clinical insights that are valuable, relevant today. With the insertion of needles, we can regulate the body to bring it into better balance both physically and emotionally. I treat each patient to the best of my abilities, and continue to grow through treating others.
“Acupuncture and Chinese herbs, by strengthening deficiencies and reducing excess in the meridians, can establish balance and health. We treat existing diseases. Perhaps more importantly, we can maintain health and well-being, and keep your mind, body, and spirit in balance by monitoring and adjusting imbalances before they manifest as disease. Sundance TCM employs a variety of gentle, non-invasive, results-oriented techniques to establish and maintain optimal health. Each treatment begins with a personalized assessment of your overall health, a customized differential diagnosis, and a personalized treatment plan that employs any one or a combination of our services.
“Sonia Lee is a NY State Licensed Acupuncturist and is Nationally Board Certified in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine by National Certification Commission of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) the highest level of certification available. She graduated from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine with Masters of Science in Traditional Oriental Medicine (MSTOM). The MSTOM program is a four-year graduate program consisting of 4050 credit hours of Chinese medicine theory and clinical practice. In clinical practice, she treated patients using acupuncture and Chinese Herbal medicine under faculty supervision for over 2 years at Pacific College Acupuncture Center.
“"Every human being is the author of his or her own health or disease" this quote from the great Buddha is the underlying principle of my practice. I believe that each choice we make is part of a complex framework and there is no choice too small or insignificant to create a change. Every person I have had the honor to treat in my practice has made a decision to make change in their lives.
Acupuncture in New York - is it right for me?
Acupuncture is based on the concepts of oriental medicine or traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) and is one of the oldest healing practices in the world. New York acupuncturists are health care professionals who evaluate and treat the many conditions, aches and pains that respond to acupuncture.
Acupuncturists insert very fine acupuncture needles into a number of trigger points on your body. The purpose of the needles is to stimulate acupuncture points or meridians. The needles do not inject any substance into your body and are so fine as to be virtually impossible to feel. In some cases, acupuncture may be accompanied by electrical stimulation or the burning of moxa, a form of heat therapy. Or use acupressure, where physical pressure is applied by hand or elbow to trigger points with the aim of clearing blockages in these meridians.
'Accupuncture' and 'Accupuncturist' are common mis-spellings.
Credentials for New York licensed acupuncturists?
A licensed acupuncturist in New York needs a minimum of two years college education and must complete three years of professional training and pass the State's approved licensing examination. The three year program includes both theory and hands-on clinical practice. Most States' professional training programs are accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (ACAOM) and by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM).