Chrysso Neophytou-Tsimis

Dr. Chrysso Neophytou-Tsimis has been a licensed acupuncturist and practitioner of integrative medicine since 2002, with a commitment to helping people reach their full potential in mind-body-spirit and achieve a state of balance, tranquility, and well-being.

She is a professor, the Academic Dean of Graduate Studies, and Department Chair of Clinical Practice at the Pacific College of Health and Science in New York.

She focuses on the use of Chinese medicine, nutrition, aromatherapy, and lifestyle changes in the treatment of fertility, women’s health, autoimmune disease, anti-aging/facial rejuvenation, digestive disorders, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder and chemo/radiation support. “As a former dancer and athlete, I feel very strongly about sports injury prevention and treatment”, says Chrysso.

In addition to her private practice, she also developed and teaches “Facial Acupuncture Techniques” and “Diagnosis and Treatment of Gynecological Disorders and Public Health” at Pacific College.

Her formal education includes a master’s degree in traditional Oriental medicine and a doctorate of acupuncture and Chinese medicine from Pacific College of Health and Science. She is one of the founding members of the PCHS NY Alumni association and served as secretary. A native of the Mediterranean island of Cyprus, she also loves swimming, dancing, exercising, yoga, meditation, gardening and cooking.

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