Bertram Furman, L.Ac., director of The Wellness Source, Shows San Diego Living How Acupuncture Can Help Pain Management. Check it out!
Elijah Hawken, M.S., L.Ac helps alleviate a phobia of needles when it comes to acupuncture on Good Morning Texas. Check it out!
Advice for massage students from our very own Lynn Temenski, head of our Massage Department at our New York campus. Check it out!
Check out this news segment, featuring PCOM alum Julia Sanfilippo, on cosmetic acupuncture as an effective alternative to botox and surgery. Check it out!
Check out this exclusive interview with PCOM-San Diego alum, Chris Tran, as he gives New Orleans the low-down on acupuncture and what to expect at his practice, NOLA Acupuncture & Wellness. CLICK HERE
In a special issue on Alternative Health, San Diego City Beat covers a story featuring PCOM Alum Ryan Altman and his non-profit organizations, the Alternative Healing Network and the Adams Avenue Integrative Health Clinic. Check it out!
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.
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.
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.
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 …