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Max Kalkstein is a graduate of PCOM-NY (1998). He is both a licensed acupuncturist and licensed massage therapist and has been a faculty member since 2005. Max began his study of Chinese Medicine in 1989 and specializes in the treatment of orthopedic disorders. He also

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William J. Kaplanidis, LAc, MS, MA began teaching T'ai Chi at Pacific College in 1996. Since then he has taught various classes including Qigong, Clinical Counseling, Oriental Medicine Theory and Tui Na. From 2000-2002 William served as Department Chair of Allied Arts

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Ted Kardash, PhD, has been on the San Diego faculty of PCOM since 1990. He currently directs the school's Clinical Counseling program and also teaches classes in Tai Chi Chuan, a health movement form and martial art. Dr. Kardash received his doctoral degree in Clinical

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Melanie Katin has been practicing Chinese medicine since 2004, after graduating from PCOM-NY. She also has degrees in anthropology from UC Berkeley, and dance from NYU/Tisch School of the Arts. She maintains a busy private practice, where her emphasis is on people with

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Donna L. Keefe, LAc earned her Masters of Traditional Oriental Medicine after graduating in 1988 from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. She continued post-graduate studies while working in a hospital in Hainan, China in 1993, receiving a Certificate in Bi Zheng and

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Randall Kertz is a chiropractic physician and holds a bachelor of science degree in biology. He graduated from the National College of Chiropractic in 1999, and has been in private practice since. Appointments have included staff privileges at the now defunct Neurologi

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Jane grew up and was educated in Cincinnati, Ohio. Beginning at a young age, she trained in and later taught both swimming and ballet, which she pursued through and beyond college. At the University of Cincinnati, Jane completed her masters degree in Special Education

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Shelly is a recognized and successful Oriental medicine provider, professor and supervisor at PCOM with over 25 years experience. She specializes in the treatment of gynecological issues, female and male-factor infertility, and both menopausal and post-menopausal issue

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Mark Kuebel began his interest in medicine in the 1970's, graduating with a BA, Biological Sciences, concentrating in cell and molecular biology in 1982. He spent the next 10 years exploring art and medical sciences like homoeopathy and Western herbology. After the AID

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Dr. Brian Kuo, MSTOM, DAOM, LAc, earned his Masters degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from Samra University in Los Angeles, CA, and his Doctoral degree in Oriental medicine (DAOM) from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, specializing in Geriatrics, in 2005.

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David Kusinitz, MA has earned two bachelor's degrees: one in government and the other in Chinese history from Clark University. He then received his master's in contemporary Chinese politics from the University of Chicago in 1978. Since, David has been an adjunct instr

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