PCOM Alum Lauren Dulberg Interviewed by New York Newspaper

Acupuncture for Fertility

A New York Lower Hudson Valley newspaper interviewed PCOM-New York alumna Lauren Dulberg on her journey through the profession of acupuncture as well as how acupuncture works. After a career as a real estate broker, Dulberg decided to follow her passion to Pacific College. During her education, she was diagnored with polycystic ovarian disease (PCOS) and told by an endocrinologist that she would never have kids.

With the aid of acupuncture, Dulberg, who now specializes in women’s health and fertility, defied the odds and now has two children. Four years after beginning her practice in the expat community in Buenos Aires in 2012, she returned to New York to raise her children. Now she treats everyone from children to the elderly for everything from asthma to arthritis. Read the full story here.

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