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Largest Oriental Medicine College in the US

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Over 50 Community Outreach events every year

Over 200 highly credentialed faculty members at the forefront of research and curriculum development

Founded by acupuncturists and massage practitioners

Ongoing graduate programs development and distance education offerings

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Enough is Enough!

The “Enough is Enough” legislation requires all colleges to adopt a set of comprehensive procedures and guidelines to address sexual violence, including a uniform definition of affirmative consent, a statewide amnesty policy, and expanded access to law enforcement. PCOM Cares. Read More

7 Tips for Becoming More Mindful
Mindfulness is a common topic recently, but it can be difficult to make time for. In an article for Psychology Today, Leena Guptha, DO, PCOM-San Diego's Academic Dean of Graduate Studies, introduces...
Bill Helm, PCOM-SD Faculty, Published on AlternativeMedicine on "Cancer-Related Therapies That Belong in the Mainstream"
Bill Helm, who teaches qigoing, tui na, taiji, and Taoist philosophy at PCOM-SD, was published on AlternativeMedicine.com on complementary and alternative therapies related to cancer that belong in...
Leena Guptha, PCOM-SD's Academic Dean of Graduate Studies, Featured in Psychology Today on Self-Affirmations
Freud's theory of the mind describes the conscious segment as only the tip of the mental iceberg. The unconscious makes up the vast majority of the mind, lurking beneath our awareness. The article "...
Brendan Mattson, PCOM alumnus and Academic Dean of Graduate Studies
In a recent article, Natural Awakenings, a publication out of Chicago, interviewed Brendan Mattson, PCOM alumnus and Academic Dean of Graduate Studies, on PCOM's students and doctoral program. The...
Micro Acupuncture 48
A Bright Future for Patients Experiencing Acute or Progressive Vision Loss By Dr. Andy Rosenfarb, ND, LAc, Dipl Ac, DiplCH Approximately 285 million people worldwide are visually impaired: 39 million...
Ripples in the Flow: Nan Jing Pulse Teachings
By Z’ev Rosenberg, LAc This excerpt from Z'ev Rosenberg’s upcoming book, Ripples in the Flow: Nan Jing Pulse Teachings , concerns the diagnostic and clinical strategies unique to the Nan Jing/Classic...
Newly Formed Shen Nong Society Looks to the Future of East Asian Herbal Medicine
By Caroline Radice, DACM, LAc As the number of committed practitioners of East Asian herbal medicine has grown, it has become increasingly clear that we, as practitioners, should no longer have our...
Drew treating
By Dr. Drew Pollack, DAOM, LAc Of the three years I spent at PCOM, the last was my most memorable, when I spent one day a week volunteering in Mexico with the homeless, the poor, and the dying. Prior...
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