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Daniel Nemer L. O.M., Dipl. O.M.

Daniel Nemer AcupuncturistDaniel Nemer has been working in the field of East Asian and Alternative Medicine since 1996, with continual study, vast and varied experiences and an innate gift of compassion, Translating Health LLC, of which he is the founder, has become a flagship for his life work and mission. Incorporating acupressure massage, needle and non-needling therapy, energy work, and herbal preparations, Daniel’s emphasis in treatment is to release blocks or holding patterns from the body, restore balance, and promote “superior health,” the ideal state where a person may reach their full potential.

A lover of travel and adventure, in 2006, shortly after returning from study in China, Daniel left Philadelphia for five years to become one of a select few of practicing acupuncturist at sea––treating people on the largest “floating cities” and ports of nearly every continent. It was there he refined his techniques with an ever-changing international client base that demanded immediate results in only days, not months. During this time, he also gave regular lectures on Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. Since returning to Philadelphia in 2011, Daniel’s holistic healing practice has flourished while also maintaining positions as a clinical supervisor, instructor and adjunct faculty for both the acupuncture and Chinese herb programs at the Won Institute of Graduate Studies, in Glenside, Pennsylvania. Daniel holds a Masters degree in Acupuncture from the Maryland University of Integrative Medicine, formerly the Traditional Acupuncture Institute, one of the oldest acupuncture schools in America and in addition holds certificates of advanced training in Facial Rejuvenation (the Acupuncture Face-Lift), Chinese Herbal medicine, Pain management techniques, Auriculotherapy and massage. A lifelong musician and composer, Daniel can also be heard singing and performing on the guitar.

    • Masters of Acupuncture; Maryland University of Integrative Medicine, (formerly TAI Sophia Institute for the Healing Arts), Laurel, MD
    • Certificate Program in Chinese Herbal Medicine; Academy for Five Element Acupuncture, Hallandale, FL
    • Child Brain Development Course; Institute for the Achievement of Human Potential, Wyndmoor, Pennsylvania
    • Essentials of Auriculotherapy: Chinese and European Ear Acupuncture Points; Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine, Dr.Terry Olseon, California
    • Zero Balancing Level 1; Fritz Smith, Ellicot City, Maryland
    • Acupuncture During Labor and Delivery, Level 1; Claudia Citkovitz, MS, L. Ac., PCOM, New York
    • Advanced Battlefield Acupuncture; John Howard, Won Institute, Glenside, Pennsylvania
    • Unblocking the Pivot from the Classics to the Modern Clinic; Sharon Weizenbaum
    • Chinese Herbal Studies with Dr. Huang Huang; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    • Treating Patients with Chinese Medicine who are Taking Western Medicine; Bob Flaws, Distance-Learning course
    • Advanced Insurance Billing; American Acupuncture Council, Newark, New Jersey
    • Scalp Acupuncture for Stroke and Traumatic Brain Injury; Won Institute, Glenside, Pennsylvania
    • Dr. Tan Balance Method; Richard Teh-Fu Tan, OMD, LAc., Maryland, Philadelphia, New York
    • Japanese Style Pain Management; Upper, Middle and Lower Tan Tien Treatments for Neck and Low Back Issues, IBS and Treating Abdominal Scars; Kiiko Matsumoto, Master Acupuncturist
    • Oriental Medicine and the Endocrine System; Treating the Divergent Meridians; Jeffery Yuen
    • A Top Down Perspective on the Five-Elements; Lonny Jarrett, Laurel, Maryland
    • Chinese Herbal Medicine; Classroom and Private studies with Cara Frank, R. Ac.
    • 200-Hour Massage Certificate; Omega Body Works, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    • Studies in Massage and Nutrition; Paul Pitchford, Heartwood Institute, Garberville, California
    • Chinese Language Studies; Philadelphia Community College, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    • Private Study and Observation with Dr. Qin Jian at the First Affiliated Hospital of Sun Yat-Sen University, TCM Department; Guangzhou, China
    • Bachelor’s Degree in Music and English; Ithaca College, Ithaca, NY
    • Diplomat of Oriental Medicine; National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM)
    • Licensed Practitioner of Oriental Medicine by the Commonwealth of PA Department of State Bureau of Professional and Occupational Affairs
    • Certified Auriculo-therapist; Auriculotherapy Certification Institute, Inc., Dr. Terry Oleson, Calfornia
    • Certified Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture Practitioner; Virginia Doran
    • Certified in Clean Needle Technique by the Council of Colleges of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (CCAOM)
    • Red Cross First Aid Certified
    • Founder of Translating Health LLC in Private Practice since 2004
    • Adjunct Faculty at the Won Institute for Graduate Studies since 2011
    • International Acupuncture Practice at Sea from 2006-2011; Steiner Trans-Ocean Limited, Fort Lauderdale, Florida; Royal Caribbean, Princess, and Holland America Lines
    • Washington Square Chiropractic Center, Philadelphia PA; 2004-2006
    • Pilates and More, Wayne PA; 2004-2006
    • TAI Sophia Institute Student Acupuncture Clinic; 2001-2004
    • Chinese Herb Dispensary Manager at the TAI Sophia Institute, Laurel, MD and the Maryland Institute of TCM, Bethesda, MD; between 2001-2005
    • Office Manager at the China Herb Company, Philadelphia, PA; 1997-2001
    • Association for Professional Acupuncturists
    • American Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine

 

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