Cynthia Siu is an NCCAOM diplomate in Oriental Medicine, Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine. She is a New York State licensed acupuncturist and obtained her Masters of Science Degree in Traditional Oriental Medicine from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. Past experiences of Ms Siu include teaching at Swedish Institute, in addition to helping to start a non-for-profit foundation that places licensed acupuncturist to treat in-patients at Saint Vincent’s hospital. She studied informally with a New York Chinatown master herbalist, Dr Ling, whom had 50 years of experience before his retirement. Ms Siu was born in Hong Kong and has been residing in New York since her immigration to the United States. She is skilled in using scalp acupuncture for Parkinsons diseases and natural Chinese herbal products for Facial Rejuvenation. She refined her own techniques with training in Zheng Gu Tui Na and Leon Hammer’s Pulse diagnostics, and practices Wu Style Tai Ji Chuan. She is also familiar with obstetrics and gynecology as she worked in her uncle's busy Chinatown practice for nine years.
She currently teaches as a clinic supervisor in Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. She encourages her students to think analytically on our modern day health care crisis in weight management for patients. She also reviews with them the multi-facet approaches that makes TCM so unique in its ability to treat causative factors. Ms Siu teaches another practical aspect in helping students who are about to graduate how to understand the dynamics of financial management in their future practice. The lecture is in depths focus on tricks of the trade to avoid pitfalls that are set forth by our current economic situation. To date, she continues her private practice at Grand Meridian. And she is the Assistant Director there. This clinic is in an established Chinatown herbal shop called Kam Wo. She works with many internal medicine cases ranging from diabetes to residual side effects of cancer.