Peter Doyle L.Ac., DACM, MSOM
Peter Doyle L.Ac., DACM, MSOM is a NCCAOM Board Certified Acupuncturist. In addition he holds a Doctorate and dual Masters degrees in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbology.
He received his Doctorate from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine while being awarded his Masters from Tristate College of Acupuncture and has studied under many current and late masters of the art, including Dr. Helen Zhang, Jeffrey Yuen, Kiko Mastumoto, Honora Wolfe, Dr. Mark Seem, Jeremy Ross, Dr. Yiitan Ni, Carolyn Bengston, Richard Tan and Matt Callison.
He is licensed in multiple states including New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
Peter is uniquely qualified in myofascial therapy strategies, which offer superior and effective treatment for many common ailments. He is trained in Classical Chinese Acupuncture, Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Japanese Meridian Therapy, and Five Element styles. Maintaining a private practice in NYC for two decades, he is a dynamic presenter at various agencies and schools.
Currently a Clinical Supervisor at the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine (PCOM) and a former one at Swedish Institute, he is dedicated and concerned with providing the absolute best possible healthcare to all clients.
If you are in any kind of pain, if you need care and compassion, call and make an appointment. Millions of Americans do not have health insurance. Regardless of whether we are “covered” many of us have been frustrated with a medical system that does not treat pain or disease at its source. We know when the problem is being helped by allopathic doctors and medicine. We also sense deeply when something is missing.
Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture can fill that gap. It can do so effectively and economically when you have not been helped before or if you desire an integrative care model. Because “disease” manifests itself energetically within an energetic system, the therapy must address this system’s need. We live in a country where medicine can be practiced with extraordinary care and results.
The key is discerning what systems to seek out. Allopathic medicine is responsible for saving thousands of lives daily. (It is simultaneously responsible for thousands of iatrogenic deaths yearly.)
My own son was saved from probable death by a Western-trained and practicing surgeon in a large NYC hospital. I have personally experienced a surgeon re-attaching a severed tendon, and advanced care after hyperbaric trauma which would have resulted in a crippling injury without appropriate care.
Daily, ER’s are filled with patients who are saved from life-threatening pathology. The problem in this country is not the medical technology or availability of care, it is the lack of information, discussion and knowledge about when and how to seek appropriate care. While the system does not necessarily cherish individuals, a client that fully participates in their care will get lasting and focused results. If an integrative approach to healthcare is utilized, the patient will feel that holistic care’s effect.
“To keep the body in good health is a duty. Otherwise we shall not be able to keep our mind strong and clear.”