Read about Ken Andes’ NIH funded, “Pilot Study of Qi Gong for Reducing Cocaine Craving Early in Recovery” HERE.
Pacific College in the News
The New York Daily News highlights some of the Acupuncture service work being done by Pacific College graduates Alise Beccaria, Michelle Ladue, and Christy Sica after Hurricane Sandy and currently in Newtown, Connecticut after the SandyHook massacre. Read more here.
Pacific College Alumnus Jill Blakeway, LAc shares all about acupuncture with Katie Couric and even gives Katie her very first acupuncture treatment! Check it out!
Jo Douat, Pacific College San Diego faculty member says about preventing Alheimer’s, “Good food, no excessive drinking and good mental perspectives help…” Read more here.
Check out the article featuring Academic Dean Beau Anderson, LAc on why acupuncture deserves a closer look and the wide array of conditions it can treat HERE.
Do you have sore muscles? See how to treat them using Chinese medicine herbal remedies with Faculty Member Thomas Kouo, LAc HERE.
Strokes are one of America’s top 5 killers. Faculty Member Max Kalkstein, LAc explains how Chinese medicine can help in the prevention of a stroke. See how!
In the aftermarth of Superstorm Sandy, Pacific College New York has teamed up with acupuncturists throughout the tri-state area to lend a helping hand by offering free acupuncture, massage, and more. Check out the article here!
PCOM Grad Collin Campbell, LAc, discusses the benefits of acupuncture and Chinese medicine. Check out the video segment here!
PCOM Student and Korean Student Association (KSA) President Julie Cho headed up Free Acupuncture Outreach, an event put on by PCOM-KSA, where acupuncture students and supervisors provided free treatments for patients throughout the day. Check it out!