After graduating from Seattle Pacific University with degrees in psychology and anthropology, Cameron sold his car and bought a one-way ticket to Japan, where he lived and worked for four years studying healing and martial arts. He obtained black belts in Aikido and Heiho Nitenichiryu, and the double sword style of Miyamoto Musashi. While in Japan, he was also introduced to Japanese acupuncture arts. Upon his return to the United States he attended and graduated Northwest Institute of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NIAOM) with his master’s in acupuncture. He obtained his doctorate of acupuncture and Oriental medicine (DAOM) at the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, specializing in women’s health and pain management, which included working in several hospitals and clinics in Japan, China, and the USA. 

Cameron has been in full time acupuncture practice and an instructor for twenty-five years in South Florida. He has experience teaching in a number of acupuncture venues. At Pacific College he is lead faculty for Pain Management and Integrative Case Management classes in the doctor of acupuncture and Chinese medicine program.  He has a passion for teaching and his classes are practical and growth provoking.

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