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Marc J. Gian, LAc, LMT, is a distinct practitioner of the healing arts with nearly fifteen years of experience. He has developed and taught the Essential Oils course at The Pacific College of Oriental Medicine since 2007. Aside from being a Clinic Supervisor at the col

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Margi Duran, LAc, graduated Cum Laude from the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in 2000, and is currently enrolled as a Doctoral Fellow at Pacific. She is certified by the Hepatitis C Professional Certification Program, and much of her practice focuses on the treat

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After a career as a ballet/modern dancer in New York City, Marianne trained as a shiatsu therapist and teacher at the Ohashi Institute (NY). She founded her own Shiatsu school, The Motherhand Society, in 1991, and graduated more than 90 students. Marianne graduated fro

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Marie Collin graduated from the San Diego campus of Pacific College with her master's degree in Traditional Oriental Medicine. She has spent over 20 years in Asia. She has studied Oriental medicine in its various forms and applications. She began her learning of acupun

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With an MS in management and administration from Pepperdine University, Marilyn Allen is an expert in practice-building, office management, marketing, and professional ethics and jurisprudence. In addition to teaching the Practice Management class at Pacific College, M

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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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Mary Jane is a licensed acupuncturist with Diplomate status from the NCCAOM. She has an MS in Basic Medical Science from Wayne State University School of Medicine and an MS in Acupuncture from Tri State College of Acupuncture in NYC. Mary Jane maintains a private pract

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Mary Oleksowicz, LAc, is an adjunct professor with Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. She has been practicing herbal and integrated healing methods since 1994. She graduated from Mercy College with a Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences and obtained her Master of

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Mary grew up in San Diego. She studied bodywork at IPSB in 1996 but then decided to study to Tui Na with Bill Helm at Pacific College in 2001. She received her HHP in 2004 and s tarted assisting the Tui Na and Thai classes that same year. Last fall she was asked to tea

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Maryanne is a New York native who is an alumnus of Pacific Institute of Oriental Medicine, San Diego. She returned to New York in 1994 to teach at Pacific College. Her work has recently appeared in the book, Sand to Sky: Conversations with Teachers of Asian Medicine. S

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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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Dr. Wei was born in China. She received her MD in 1956 from Wu Han Medical University, Shanghai. She has held a post as a Senior Physician and worked in Internal Medicine at the Peking Medical University Hospital from 1956-1980. She taught at Peking Medical University

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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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