Hatice Daspinar earned her Bachelor of Professional Studies, Master of Science in Health Science/Acupuncture with academic honor at the New York College of Traditional Chinese Medicine. She also holds a diploma from Loomis Institute of Enzyme Nutrition as a Digestive Health Specialist.
Even though Hatice had a life-long passion for health and healing, her decision about getting a formal training for acupuncture was the result of her frustration and disappointment with the mainstream medicine. She witnessed main stream medicine failing so many people around her including herself. Even though she had an access to health care system and explored all the options offered by mainstream medicine, she came to understanding that even though western medicine saves lives and create miracles, dealing with the chronic and/or degenerative conditions, it is helpless. Treatment options are most of the time toxic and ineffective. Prevention is a term neither pronounced nor being practiced by medical doctors. That realization made her fell in love with the holistic approach of eastern medicine and its belief in the body’s innate wisdom to heal itself when provided with the right tools.
Hatice appreciates the breadths and scope of this age old medicine. She continuously engages in training and scholarship to deepen her understanding and better serve her patients. She is particularly interested in preventive medicine, herbal and nutritional medicine, stress management, longevity and anti-aging, digestive disorders, allergies, women health, infertility, emotional problems, weight loss, facial rejuvenation, hormonal imbalances, acute and chronic pain musculo-skeletal disorders and chronic, degenerative and autoimmune conditions.
New York College of Traditional Chinese Medicine; Bachelor of Professional Studies, Master of Science in Health Science/Acupuncture.
Long Island University; Executive MBA.
Loomis Institutes of Enzymes Nutrition; Digestive Health Specialist