PCOM’s Acupuncture Clinics for the Homeless Featured in the San Diego Union-Tribune

PCOM-SD’s acupuncture clinics for the homeless were recently featured in an article by the San Diego Union-Tribune. Check out an excerpt below or read the full article! Free clinics commonly offer homeless and low-income people medical and dental services, but some San Diego clinics also offer acupuncture administered from students studying the alternative therapy. “Acupuncture …

LEENA GUPTHA, PCOM’S ACADEMIC DEAN OF ONLINE EDUCATION, CITED IN PREVENTION ON MANTRAS FOR WEIGHT LOSS

“Remember the last time you teared up during a movie? Or felt your stomach drop while riding a roller coaster? Your brain isn’t the best at differentiating real from imagined, so you must choose what you tell it wisely, says Leena S. Guptha, DO, the academic dean of online education at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. ‘Positive …

DR. JENNIFER WILLIAMS, PCOM PROFESSOR AND GRADUATE, PUBLISHED ON ACUPUNCTURE ADVOCACY

Dr. Jennifer M. Williams, who is a professor in PCOM’s online doctoral program, brings her experience as both a service member and acupuncturist with the military to healing pain that is not onyl physical. ” The consequences to physical, emotional, and psychological traumas have distinct associated pathologies and recognized therapies, with the exception of an injury to …

PCOM-NY ALUMNA IRINA LOGMAN LAC, MSTOM, CITED IN FORBES

Irina Logman LAc, MSTOM, who graduated from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine – New York in the top 1% of her class, and Advanced Holistic Center, the practice she founded nearly 20 years ago, were extensively featured in a January 30th 2019 article published on Forbes.com: “The New Wall Street Power Lunch? It’s Acupuncture”. Irina Logman has found …

Tang-Ritchie, PCOM-SD Clinic Director, Interviewed on Acupressure

If you have problems with anxiety or stress, and you’ve already tried the usual coping mechanisms like meditation and deep breathing, consider acupressure! Elite Daily interviewed Dr. Leng Tang-Ritchie, director of clinical services at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine’s San Diego campus, on points that can be used in not only acupuncture but also acupressure, the effects they can …

Leena Guptha, PCOM’s Academic Dean of Online Education, Published in Psychology Today on “Peak Performance”

Peak performance–the drive to become your most optimal self–has become a focus point of the vast $9.9 billion self-improvement industry over the past few years. Just one aspect of peak performance, health coaching, has emerged as a significant portion of that industry, to the tune of $6 billion and growing. Peak performance isn’t just for athletes, however: “In …

Jonny Pietrunti, PCOM-NY Director of Clinical Services, Interviewed on Sports Massage by Massage Magazine

September 20, 2018 In a recent Massage Magazine article, Jonny Pietrunti, LMT, CSCS, Pacific College of Oriental Medicine-New York’s Director of Clinical Services, was interviewed on sports massage. Pietrunti explains the benefits of sports massage and how it works: “Due to the repetitive nature of some sports, many of my clients develop limitations in range of motion,” says Pietrunti. …

Kiera Nagle, PCOM-NY Massage Therapy Program Director, on the Benefits of Prenatal Massage for Pregnancy & Newborn Magazine

A prenatal massage always sounds nice, but what are the health benefits it can have on my pregnancy and beyond? According to Kiera Nagle, Massage Therapy Program Director for Pacific College’s New York campus: almost too many to count! From decreasing swelling and nausea to promoting relaxation and sleep, massage therapy is excellent for both the …