Dr. Brian Kuo, MSTOM, DAOM, LAc, earned his Masters degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from Samra University in Los Angeles, CA, and his Doctoral degree in Oriental medicine (DAOM) from Pacific College of Health and Science, specializing in Geriatrics, in 2005. His doctorate included studies in Chengdu, Beijing and Shanghai, China. He has taught acupuncture and Oriental medicine since 2003 in California and New York. Dr. Kuo has dual acupuncture licensure in New York State and California. He is also a board committee member of American TCM Society. Dr. Kuo was featured in the 2010 Wall Street Journal Health and Wellness cover story, The Science of Acupuncture, in his capacity as PCHS-NY Clinic Supervisor. In clinical practice, he specializes in Traditional Acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine in sports medicine/pain management, Geriatrics, emotional disorders, Oncology, and wellness support. Dr. Kuo joined the faculty at Pacific College of Health and Science (PCHS-NY) in 2006 teaching Oriental Medicine, Acupuncture technique and Chinese herbology, and supervising in the clinic, including the off-site clinic at St. Vincent’s Comprehensive Cancer Center. He joined the PCHS-SD Faculty in Fall 2013 and currently serves as DAOM Program Director and teaches Oriental Medicine and Acupuncture techniques.
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