Acupuncture for general wellness is done in a healing environment with others in a large room
Kimberlie Wilson, L.Ac., DACM is a graduate of the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine and has been a practitioner of Oriental Medicine for almost 2 decades. She has also studied extensively with the renowned Jeffery Yuen, who has profoundly influenced her choice to practice Classical style Chinese acupuncture.
Kimberlie has previously taught at the Swedish Institute. Now she is at the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. She has worked on NIH research studies investigating the effects of acupuncture on addiction, HIV, pain and chemotherapy side effects. Past experience includes positions at Greenwich and Montefiore Hospitals, as well as public and non-profit organizations including Safe Horizons, Job Core, and the AIDS Center Queens County.
Kimberlie is currently a supervising practitioner at the clinic located at the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine and at an integrative clinic at Columbia University, where she loves to guide current students by teaching her philosophy and treatment principles. You can also find her offering workshops on the subject of Chinese Classical Medicine at her community space in Inwood.