A headshot of Donna Mah, LAc


Donna is licensed to practice Acupuncture in the State of New York and is nationally board certified in Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM).  She holds a Doctorate in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine, and a Master of Science in Traditional Oriental Medicine – both awarded by Pacific College NY. Donna’s private practice, Bridge Acupuncture, has a focus on pain management, trauma recovery, health maintenance and family medicine. She is a Research Acupuncturist in the study and delivery of acupuncture to treat chronic pain in underserved communities, conducted through collaboration between Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Montefiore Hospital, The Institute of Family Health and Mount Sinai Beth Israel Hospital and funded by the PCORI Grant. Donna provides acupuncture in the Pathways To Healing (P2H) program at WomanKind, an advocacy and social services agency that works with survivors of gender-based violence. In addition, she facilitates corporate wellness programs, and works to connect Chinese medicine principles to the health of individuals, families, organizations and process. Donna served as Guest Curator to the Museum of Chinese in America’s 2018 exhibit “Chinese Medicine in America: Converging Ideas, People and Practices.” Donna teaches Philosophy and History of Asian Medicine at PCHS-NY.

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