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Hal Asbury

Hal Asbury earned his MSOM degree in 2005, and had a practice that utilized acupuncture, tui na, and Chinese herbal medicine until 2017. He has taught, at various times, tui na, and Fundamentals of Chinese Medicine 3 at Pacific College since 2009.  Asbury earned his DACM from Pacific College in 2018 and studied tui na …

Dr Heidi Lovie, DACM

As a private practitioner of Acupuncture and Asian Medicine, Dr Lovie primarily focuses on auto-immune disorders with a special interest in Hashimoto’s. However, she regularly works with all aspects of women’s health (menstrual disorders, conception difficulty, pregnancy, post-partum maternal care, breast care), pain management, cancer care, and “last resort” cases where everything else has been …

Mitchel Chalek

Mitchel Chalek is a graduate of Pacific College in New York. He has been in private practice in Montclair, New Jersey (Village Acupuncture and Chinese Herbology) since 1999, focusing on chronic disease and gerontology. He also maintains an active home visit practice for home bound and hospice patients in both New Jersey and New York …

Dr. Olga Reznikova, MD, MSAc, L.Ac, NCCAOM Dipl.,

Associate Professor Dr. Reznikova received her doctoral medical degree with Honors from Minsk State Medical University and advanced her postgraduate education in Epidemiology, Infectious Diseases, and Tropical Medicine at the Medical Academies of Moscow and St. Petersburg (Russia). She has been certified as a physician by the United States Medical Licensing Examination Commission for Medical …

Peter Caron, MSTOM, DACM, LAc, NCCAOM Dipl.

Dr. Peter Caron has seen over 10,000 patients in four countries and three languages. He specializes in the treatment of orthopedic conditions, pain, and psycho-emotional conditions, using acupuncture, bodywork, herbology, and various meditation based techniques. At Pacific College, Dr. Caron supervises interns in the clinic and teaches herbology. His focus is on teaching the integration …

Ralph D. Roberts

Ralph Roberts is a graduate of the Ohashi Institute Shiatsu school (1988-1990) and the Swedish Institute for massage therapy (1990-1991). He studied at Pacific College (1994-1997) earning a degree in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbology. Roberts is a New York State licensed Acupuncturist, belonging to the NCCAOM with certificates in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal medicine. He …

Rob Johnson, LAc, MSAc, JD

Rob Johnson, LAc, MSAc, JD, is a graduate of Pacific College who has had his own practice in Manhattan and who currently practices in a top rated group practice on Long Island in the Integrative Medicine facility of a top tier hospital. His strengths include E-Stim, orthopedic, fertility, mood, and cancer support. Rob believes that …

Sherry Zhang Xiao Qin

Sherry Zhang Xiao Qin is a faculty member at the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, teaching tai chi and qi gong. A native of Hubei China, she holds a bachelor’s degree in physical education from Chengdu Physical Education Institute in Sichuan and was an associate researcher at the Chinese Wushu Research Institute in Beijing. Zhang …

Vidhya Rojanavongse, M.S., L.Ac.

Vidhya “V” Rojanavongse graduated from the Tri-State College of Acupuncture (TSCA) in 2005. Upon graduating, V apprenticed directly with Kiiko Matsumoto sensei (2005-present) assisting in her private practice, grand rounds, seminars and is personally approved by her to teach her unique style of acupuncture. At TSCA (2005-2019), V served as a lead clinical supervisor, grand …