The ChineseMedicineTools.com ‘Best of TCM 2010 Results’ are in. Pacific College has won Best School/College as well as Best Conference/Symposium. Additionally, the Journal of Chinese Medicine took first place in the Best Journal/Magazine category. Congratulations PCOM and JCM!
Wall Street Journal Health and Wellness cover story, The Science of Acupuncture had an accompanying video featuring PCOM-NY faculty member and clinical supervisor Brian Kuo and the NY clinic.
Dr. Hsu received his D.A.O.M. from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in San Diego and his Masters degree from PCOM New York. He has been seen on The Oprah Winfrey Show as well as on many radio programs. His thriving practice, New York AcuHealth, is located in Midtown Manhattan.
CBS 2: New York HealthWatch: Acupuncture to the Rescue “More than 250,000 American women will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year. But the death rate is actually going down. That is largely due to better treatments, but those treatments often have side-effects. CBS 2’s Dr. Max Gomez explains.” Jillian Capodice, MS, MSAc, Lac Jillian …
Times are changing! Check out Lesley Alderman’s article on acupuncture in the New York Times, featuring PCOM New York’s Director of Clinical Services Angela Grasso. As acupuncture continues to gain recognition in America’s healthcare system, PCOM remains at the forefront of integrating alternative forms of medicine into the mainstream. Click here view video.
Recently graduated PCOM alumna, Nicole Murray, operates a highly successful community acupuncture clinic in San Diego, CA. Providing quality healthcare for patients at an affordable cost, Murray and her staff treat patients with ailments ranging from minor anxiety issues to life threatening gastrointestinal diseases. Check out her amazing story.
At the 110th U.S. Open Championship in Pebble Beach, California, Pacific College of Oriental Medicine played an active role in helping golfers, caddies, and volunteers perform at their highest level. Delivering an impressive 1,446 treatments over the course of the event, Pacific College worked diligently to ensure everyone received the best care possible.
Spry Magazine is one of the nation’s newest health and wellness publications. Check out Dorothy Foltz-Gray’s article on joint health, featuring PCOM alumnus and faculty member, Drew Taylor. http://www.spryliving.com/article/40803.html
News Channel 5 in Chicago reported a story on a young female basketball player with daily persistant headache syndrome, who turned to acupuncture for treatment. Check out the interview with PCOM alum Angela Johnson (’02)! http://www.newschannel5.com/global/story.asp?s=12963563
PCOM Alum Kyla Boles of Urban Acupuncture talks about the benefits of acupuncture in stress relief and weight loss. CLICK HERE