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NYC Acupuncturists

The Yinova Center of New York City is one of the largest acupuncture clinics in the country, with 12 full-time acupuncturists. All of our acupuncturists are licensed and board certified in acupuncture and Chinese herbal Medicine. They specialize in several areas, including acupuncture for fertility, pain, pediatrics, acupuncture for men’s health, cancer care, and much more.

Our team is made up of some of the most talented acupuncturists in New York and have all been trained in the Yinova Method.

For more information on what we treat, please click here. To book your appointment, please click here.

Alexandra Garcia, DACM, LAc

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Dr. Alexandra Garcia

Chinese medicine is all about nurturing the best and truest version of yourself; I'm honored to be a part of that journey with my patients. It's a deeply moving experience to witness the moments when someone feels empowered to achieve their wellness goals.

Amanda Silver, LAc, MS

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Amanda Silver

Although I love treating a wide variety of patients, there is no greater honor than to partner with my patients to fulfill their dream of pregnancy and having a baby. Chinese medicine provides me with the tools to help me guide them through this journey and beyond.

Anne Brunn, LAc, MS

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Anne Brunn

One of the facets of Chinese medicine that most resonates with me is that it regards the body as its own best healer. I see myself as both a partner and a guide, helping my patients tap into the healing wisdom that’s inside each of us.

Brittany Griffin, DACM, LAc

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Dr. Brittany Griffin

Dr. Brittany Griffin is a board certified acupuncturist and herbalist with a doctorate in acupuncture and Chinese medicine. She holds a bachelor’s degree from The Pennsylvania State University, where she formed a strong background in human biology and genetics. Brittany has worked as a research assistant at NYU Brooklyn in obstetrics, neurology, and oncology. She […]

Christopher Peacock, DACM, LAc

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Dr. Christopher Peacock

I like to take the time to listen deeply to my patients because that's the way I gather the information I need to help them live full and vibrant lives.

Dara Barr, LAc, MS

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Dara Barr

I love that Chinese medicine can fill in the blanks of Western medicine. Often patients come to me having tried “everything”. Finally, they get results with acupuncture and Chinese herbs and then think to use it first for future health concerns. Making a difference for someone who has been struggling to find relief is extremely rewarding.

Daryl Thuroff, DACM, LAc, LMT

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Dr. Daryl Thuroff

My clinical work is geared towards chronic pain, auto immune disorder and stress management, I'm especially interested in tapping into the mind/body connection. My goal is to facilitate healing based on individualized treatment of physical injuries along with emotional stressors.

Jill Blakeway, DACM, LAc

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Dr. Jill Blakeway

For as long as I can remember I have felt called to heal people in a hands-on way. I am grateful to the thousands of patients who have trusted me with their health care over the past 17 years. It continues to be a privilege to serve in this way.

Katy Hogan, LAc, MS

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Katy Hogan

One concept that informs my practice of Chinese medicine is that of empowerment. One of my jobs as an acupuncturist is to encourage and assist my patients to be fully participant in their health and well being, which I love.

Kate Reil, LAc, MS

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Kate Reil

I have been in awe of the body’s intelligence for as long as I can remember and am drawn to the inclusive practices of Chinese Medicine because it invites me to deeply listen to my patients, empathize with their experiences, and facilitate their healing. 

Kymberly Kelly, LAc, MS

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Kymberly Kelly

I’m attracted to Chinese medicine for its attention to the details of the individual. It is nuanced and precise. It is problem solving in its most creative form – a challenging and very satisfying way to spend each day.

Noah Rubinstein, DACM, LAc

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Dr. Noah Rubinstein

The Chinese pictogram Rén 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.

Patricia Botet, DACM, LAc

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Dr. Patricia Botet

Through years of study and practice, I have learned that the most profound improvements are made when the body, mind and spirit are in alignment. My mission is to partner with my patients to help facilitate profound healing, change, and transformation in their lives.