He teaches or gives consultations through the activity of his associated organizations and by request of other doctors and medical organizations. Life Fellow of: The Royal society of Medicine (England), American College of Acupuncture, American Association of Integrative Medicine, Fellow and President of the International College of Acupuncture and Electrotherapeutics
Education and Training
Yokohama City University Medical Degree 1958
Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons Sc.D. in Pharmaco-Electrophysiology 1965
Yoshiaki Omura, MD, ScD's Expert Contributions
Dear patient, Everything you eat or drink, that includes the medicine you are taking for high blood pressure. If they are not given in optimal, but in a toxic dose, the treatment will only worsen. I hope this will provide you with some idea, what your problem may be from. And what you eat, what you drink, and even what you wear on your body surface may contribute to your high blood pressure. With my best wishes, Yoshiaki Omura, M.D., Sc.D., FACA, FICAE, FAAIM, FRSM READ MORE
Areas of expertise and specialization
Faculty Titles & Positions
- Adjunct Professor New York Medical College 2008 - Present
- Editor-in-Chief of Acupuncture & Electro-Therapeutics Research International Journal of Integrated Medicine 1974 - Present
- Medical Research Director Heart Disease Research Foundation -
- President and Founder International Bi-Digital O-Ring Test Medical Association -
- Founder International College of Acupuncture and Electrotherapeutics -
- International College of Acupuncture & Electro-Therapeutics
- Heart Disease Research Foundation
- International Bi-Digital O-Ring Test Medical Association
- Royal Society of Medicine
- American College of Acupuncture
- American Association of Integrative Medicine
- American Academy of Pain Management
- Columbia University Oncological Surgery
- Columbia University Oncological Surgery
What do you attribute your success to?
He has done extensive research on the effects of chemotherapy on the heart and brain of cancer patients since he noticed many cancer patients developed memory problems and complaining of heaviness in chest or mild chest pain after chemotherapy. While most ECGs do not show any significant changes by chemotherapy, he found significant biochemical changes in specific part of the rising part of the T-waves without significant visible changes in ECGs. He also developed a method to identify any infection of any part of the heart from ECG, and he is the first one to report in late 1990s that repeated Acupuncture treatment of Lyme Disease infected joint pain is one of the significant unrecognized causes of atrial flutters and atrial fibrillations by spreading of Lyme disease's Spirocheta by rupturing capillaries of Borrelia Burgdorferi infected painful joints. Recently he succeeded in developing a new method of screening cancers from Electrocardiogram.
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Get to know Cardiologist Dr. Yoshiaki Omura, who serves patients in New York, New York.
Dr. Omura is a cardiologist with a remarkable 50 year career in the medical world. He is a prolific international doctor and educator, known for his expertise in oncology, cardiology, pharmaco-electrophysiology, neuroscience, acupuncture, forensic medicine, and a variety of other medical techniques.
Since 2008, he has been an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Family and Community Medicine at New York Medical College in New York City, New York. A member of the Touro College and University System, New York Medical College is a private biomedical health sciences university founded in 1860.
Prior to his current endeavours, Dr. Omura served as a Professor of Alternative Medicine at the National Medical University in Ukraine. He was also the Director of Medical Research of the Heart Disease Research Foundation from 1972 unti 2016.
In addition to being a Fellow and President of the International College of Acupuncture and Electro-Therapeutics, he is the Founder and President of Bi-Digital O-Ring Test Medical Society (BDORT). BDORT is an alternative medicine diagnostic test and a form of applied kinesiology.
Born in Tomari, Japan to Tsunejiro and Minako Omura, Dr. Omura attended Electrical Engineering School of Nihon University and received a BSc in Applied Physics in 1957 from Waseda University. He earned his medical degree from Yokohama City University and served internships at Tokyo University Hospital and Norwalk Hospital, ultimately arriving at Columbia University as a Research Fellow of Thoracic Surgery in 1960. After that, he became a Visiting Research Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering at Manhattan College from 1961 to 1999. One evening a week, he taught one of the first courses on Biomedical Electronics in the United States and did medical electronics research in their electronics laboratory.
From there, Dr. Omura studied Graduate Experimental Physics at Pupin Laboratory of Columbia University. It was there that he discovered the basic principle of highly sensitive electro-magnetic field resonance phenomena between two identical molecules with identical weight, which became the main principle of BDORT. Using this EMF resonance phenomena, he discovered the simple method of detecting any molecules (including any cancers) non-invasively without even touching the body. He was able to detect any molecules at any part of the body non-invasively without biopsy or blood test for which a U.S. Patent was given.
In 1965, he earned a Doctor of Science (Sc.D.) degree from the research on Pharmaco-Electro Physiology of Single Cardiac Cells In Vivo & In Vitro from Columbia University. At the time, he was a Resident Physician in Oncological Surgery at the Francis Delafield Hospital, which was the Cancer Institute of Columbia University. From 1966 to 1972, he became an Assistant Professor of Pharmacology at New York Medical College. He then became a Visiting Professor of the University of Paris during the summer for four years. Dr. Omura was a distinguished foreign scientist with the French National Institute of Health and Medical Research and has spearheaded international groups to address cancer, heart disease, forensic research, drug detoxification, and other medical efforts.
In addition to working groups, the doctor is a prolific contributor to medical literature. He still serves in an editorial capacity with the American Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine, the Scandinavian Journal of Acupuncture and Electrotherapy, and the Acupuncture & Electro-Therapeutics Research International Journal. Moreover, he is a Life Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine (England), the American College of Acupuncture, and the American Association of Integrative Medicine.
Cardiology is a branch of medicine that deals with the disorders of the heart, as well as some parts of the circulatory system. The field includes medical diagnosis and treatment of congenital heart defects, coronary artery disease, heart failure, valvular heart disease, arrhythmia, and lipid management. Cardiologists specialize in diagnosing and treating diseases of the cardiovascular system in addition to peripheral arterial and venous disease, including varicose veins.
On a more personal note, Dr. Omura is the proud father of Alexander Kenji, Vivienne Midori, and Richard Itsuma. He became a naturalized American citizen in 1979. In his spare time, he enjoys traveling.
Professor Yoshiaki Omura, MD, ScD, Cardiologist, Oncologist, Acupuncturist, and Researcher
Professor Yoshiaki Omura, MD, ScD, is a President and Founder of the International College of Acupuncture & Electro-Therapeutics in New York Professor Yoshiaki Omura, MD, ScD, is a highly regarded general practitioner and cardiologist featuring an impressive professional journey that spans more than 50 years. His areas of expertise include oncology, electrotherapeutics, acupuncture, and research. He is president and founder of the International College of Acupuncture & Electro-Therapeutics in New York City, New York, president and founder of the International Bi-Digital O-Ring Test Medical Association, and medical research director of the Heart Disease Research Foundation starting 1972. The International College of Acupuncture & Electro-Therapeutics is permanently chartered by the University of the State of New York, State Education Department. The Bi-Digital O-Ring test (O-ring test) developed in 1978 by Dr. Omura as a new diagnostic approach has gained a wide-spread recognition in many countries of the world as a clinically useful test. Dr. Omura also developed a method to identify any infection of any part of the heart from ECG, and he is the first one to report in late 1990s that repeated Acupuncture treatment of Lyme Disease infected joint pain is one of the significant unrecognized causes of atrial flutters and atrial fibrillations by spreading of Lyme disease's Spirochete by rupturing capillaries of Borrelia Burgdorferi infected painful joints. Recently he succeeded in developing a new method of screening cancers from Electrocardiogram. Dr. Omura teaches or gives consultations through the activity of his associated organizations and by request of other doctors and medical organizations. For more information about Professor Yoshiaki Omura, MD, ScD, please visit http://www.omurabdort.com/Omura/Omura.html.
Professor Yoshiaki Omura, MD, ScD, is also Adjunct Professor in the Department of Family and Community Medicine of New York Medical College since 2008 and Editor-in-Chief of Acupuncture & Electro-Therapeutics Research, International Journal of Integrated Medicine since 1974. Professor Omura is a specialist in cardiology, oncology, acupuncture and electrotherapeutics and basic and clinical research in these fields. He published over 260 original research reports and 8 books. Formerly acting as Maitre de Recherche at INSERM (The National Institute of Health & Medical Research) of French Government, Dr. Omura is also former visiting professor of psychophysiology at The University of Paris, visiting professor and research consultant of Electroanesthesia and Neuroelectricity at The University of Rene Descartes of University of Paris, former visiting research professor of Electrical Engineering in the Department of Electrical Engineering at Manhattan College in New York, former adjunct professor of pharmacology at Chicago Medical School, former visiting professor of anesthesiology at The University of Padua in Italy, former Adjunct Professor of Physiology at Showa University Medical School in Tokyo, Japan, former professor of non-orthodox medicine at the Ukrainian Kiev National Medical University, former visiting professor at Ningxia University Medical School in China, and current president of the Japan Bi-Digital O-Ring Test Association. Dr. Omura is former attending physician/and consultant in the Neuroscience Department at New York Pain Center, Long Island College Hospital. For more information about Professor Yoshiaki Omura, MD, ScD, please visit http://www.omurabdort.com/Omura/Omura.html.
Professor Yoshiaki Omura, MD, ScD, obtained his medical degree in 1958 at Yokohama City University in Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan, and his ScD in Pharmaco-Electrophysiology of Single Cardiac Cells in Vivo and in Vitro in 1965 at Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons. He is a Life Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine (London, England), Fellow President of the International College of Acupuncture and Electro-therapeutics, Life Fellow of the American College of Acupuncture, Life Fellow, Diplomate, and Executive Member of the American Association of Integrative Medicine, Diplomat of the American Academy of Pain Management, and Diplomate of the American Association of Integrative Medicine. Dr. Omura links his success to having done extensive research on the effects of chemotherapy on the heart and brain of cancer patients since he noticed many cancer patients developed memory problems and complaining of heaviness in chest or mild chest pain after chemotherapy. Dr. Omura also holds a bachelor degree of science in applied physics from Waseda University and completed postgraduate training at Tokyo University and Columbia University, where he served his Cardiovascular Fellowship and Residency Training in Oncological Surgery. For more information about Professor Yoshiaki Omura, MD, ScD, please visit https://www.findatopdoc.com/doctor/8132182-Yoshiaki-Omura-Cardiologist-New-York-New-York-10032.
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