Faculty

The history of Oriental medicine spans centuries and nations. Pacific College of Oriental Medicine has assembled an expert and varied academic team, respected both in the US and abroad, to do justice to this expansive body of knowledge. Faculty members have been selected for their ability to convey both a deep appreciation of traditional Oriental medicine and massage and an understanding of the problems that affect patients in today's modern culture. From acupuncturists and medical doctors to massage therapists and Taoist priests, PCOM's faculty will be an essential and continuing resource during your education and beyond into private practice. PCOM employs nearly 200 faculty members at its three campuses. Because the faculty is our most valuable resource, we hope you visit at least one of our campuses and sit in on some classes to experience their magic firsthand.

Nagle, Kiera, MA, LMT

Kiera Nagle, MA, LMT serves as faculty and clinical supervisor, as well as the Assistant Dean of Pacific College of Oriental Medicine-NY. She provided prenatal massage at University of Nebraska Medical Center in a groundbreaking integrative health partnership, and serves as Clinical Supervisor for...

Nations, Robert, MSTOM, LAc

Robert Nations has been involved with healing and natural medicine for over 30 years. He graduated from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in San Diego, California and has been on their faculty since 1997. He also trained and taught at the Taoist Sanctuary of San Diego for 14 years. His studies...

Neophytou-Tsimis, Chrysso, MSTOM, LAc

Chrysso Neophytou-Tsimis is a graduate of Pacific College of Oriental Medicine with a Bachelor of Professional Studies and a Master of Science in Traditional Oriental Medicine (MSTOM). She is a Licensed Acupuncturist in New York State and is Nationally Certified in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbs by...
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