“This handsome ex-paramedic (Noah) studied acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine in both China and the United States and treats everything from insomnia to migraines to men’s infertility and back and neck pain.”  – New York Times

The Chinese pictogram Ren combines the character for a person with the number 2, representing two people working towards a common goal of health. What can be more life affirming than the opportunity to work with another person in a hands on way as they heal? I consider it a privilege and I love what I do”Noah Rubinstein

 
Noah is the Clinic Director at the YinOva Center. As a former teacher of Chinese medicine, he leads the YinOva team of acupuncturists and ensures the clinic runs smoothly and that patients get the care they need. 

He is a board-certified and New York State licensed acupuncturist and Chinese herbalist. He received his Masters of Traditional Oriental Medicine from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in San Diego. Noah has also trained in China at the Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine and The Nan Cheng University Hospital.

Noah has been in private practice since 1997. He has been a faculty member at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine and has taught at Mercy College’s Asian Medicine Program. He has been a clinical supervisor at both schools as well as at Yonkers General Hospital and Sound Shore Medical Center.

Noah maintains general family practices in Manhattan and upstate New York. Known for his work with Broadway performers, Noah has developed effective treatments for musculoskeletal injuries. At YinOva he also draws on a wealth of experience to treat everything from men’s reproductive health to respiratory conditions such as asthma and allergies. He also addresses emotional problems such as anxiety and depression, where his calm empathetic style of treatment is particularly helpful.  

In 2003 Noah co-founded Longevity Health, a multidisciplinary health center in Manhattan. Noah was a Paramedic with New York City’s Emergency Medical Service from 1990 to 1995. 

With a Western medical background as well extensive training in Eastern medicine, Noah recognizes and uses the benefits of each type of practice and their appropriate roles in the treatment of a given patient. Noah has been featured in numerous magazines and publications including Elle, Time Out NY, and was named one of the “Leading Acupuncturists” in New York City by the New York Times