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Acupuncture & Herbal Medicine

Committed to helping patients live a life of spiritual and physical well-being, our doctors integrate the best of Eastern and evidence-based medicine to provide holistic treatments that are customized for every patient. Your precise treatment plan could include acupuncture, herbal medicine, and/or PEMF to accelerate healing in a safe, natural manner.

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Meet Dr. Park

Doweon Park, the director of the center, has a passion for helping people live a spiritually enhanced and physically prosperous life. Incorporating evidence-based medicine with the two-thousand year old art of Eastern medicine, Dr. Park can help most patients in all aspects of their health concerns. Doweon Park was mentored by Dr. Zhu, a master of Oriental medicine for more than three generations in China. Based on Dr. Zhu’s philosophy, all medical therapy must be based on solid scientific evidence. He performs a precise personally designed protocol of acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine to address the specific needs of each of his patients. Doweon Park is licensed to practice both Chinese herbal medicine and acupuncture on Long Island and other areas within New York State. Also he is certified to practice in Naturopathic Medicine.

Our Philosophy

Zhong Shan’s Medical Teachings March 10, 1933

  • The physician takes care of people’s life.

  • He is placed at the head of the hundred arts and crafts, sitting with equal footing of Premier and Minister.

  • One should not look down on the Physician as practicing the Little Tao, only integrated with no false character, tranquil and serene, can a person discuss the subject of medicine.

  • Those who enter my gate should know that the distress of others is also mine.

  • No delays should be allowed on a call from a patient.

  • Do not ask if the patient is noble or poor.
  • Always keep in heart the saving of life.

  • Always keep in heart the saving of life.

  • The mouth should not cease reciting medical texts; the hands continuously fiddling the hundreds of herbs.

  • Do not be jealous of the knowledge of others.

  • Do not comment on the attitude of other physicians.

  • Do not slander the physician who has cared for the patient previously.

  • Do not slander the prescriptions of other physicians.

  • Do not cultivate fame.

  • Do not be greedy of money.

  • Do not boast of your knowledge and ability.

  • Do not flatter the powerful and wealthy person; you would rather have your arm broken then bend your back.

  • To save life is your sole aim, idea, purpose and concern.

  • If the course of disease is baffling without signs of improvement; you must with trembling caution wholeheartedly review your diagnosis and treatment.

  • If you are visited by monks or taoists who wish to pay you, accept not a cent.

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