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Danielle M. Solomon, DAOM

Acupuncturist

44 Lispenard St New York NY, 10013

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Danielle Solomon is an acupuncturist practicing in New York, NY. Dr. Solomon evaluates and treats patients based on the concepts of oriental medicine. Acupuncturists complete their evaluations by getting a patient history and looking at and touching the body. Then, they place very fine acupuncture needles into specific points on the body. Stimulating these points and nerves is how Dr. Solomon treats the patients condition. Many of the bodys systems respond to acupuncture, and it can treat physical pain as well as emotional stress.

Education and Training

Rutgers University Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Science 0

Pacific College of Oriental Medicine Master of Science degree 0

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Danielle M. Solomon, DAOM's Expert Contributions

Areas of expertise and specialization

women’s health and pediatricsacupuncture, Western and Eastern herbal medicine, dietary therapy, exercise, and healthy lifestyle changes

Internships

  • Tibetan Hospital for Traditional Chinese Medicine

Danielle M. Solomon, DAOM's Practice location

Tribeca Smiles & Acupuncture Tribeca

44 Lispenard St -
New York, NY 10013
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Get to know Doctor Of Traditional Chinese Medicine Danielle M. Solomon, who serves patients in New York, New York.

Danielle is a licensed acupuncturist and a certified herbalist, practicing both Eastern and Western herbal medicine. She does her best to ease a patient’s dental anxiety with acupuncture at Tribeca Smiles in New York, New York & serves as the owner of Acupuncture Tribeca, where ancient wellness meets the modern world.

Specializing in women’s health and pediatrics, her practice in Traditional Chinese Medicine has evolved from over 25 years of experience in the alternative medicine field and a search for a system of healing that allows her to facilitate each patient’s unique healing process. The scope of her practice includes acupuncture, Western and Eastern herbal medicine, dietary therapy, exercise, and healthy lifestyle changes. 

“It is my belief everything we need to heal is available to us in our natural environment.   Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine have a symbiotic relationship in gently moving the body in the direction of health. It has always been my passion to work with herbal medicine. Today, we face challenges in our everyday life to keep our bodies in balance and healthy. The environment, stress, being overworked, we often find it difficult to prioritize our health. Nourishing the body and the spirit are essential for success” stated Danielle. 

As an apprentice, she started her study of complementary medicine with a traditional midwife and herbalist. She studied the herbs of North and South America, traveling between North America and Central America to study and work with plants. This knowledge was passed down by traditional methods and is invaluable to her in her practice today. After four years of studying Western herbal medicine, she felt it was essential to become an expert in not only biomedical medicine but acupuncture and Eastern herbal medicine as well. 

Licensed in both New Jersey and New York State, Danielle graduated with her Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Science from Rutgers University. She then earned her Master of Science degree and her Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine degree from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in New York City.

Continuing to expand her knowledge, she interned at the Tibetan Hospital for Traditional Chinese Medicine in Beijing, China with senior acupuncturist, Dr. Wang Ju-Yi. In addition, she worked at Yonkers Hospital in New York, where she focused on addiction, detoxification, and infectious disease.

Acupuncture is a form of alternative medicine and a key component of Traditional Chinese Medicine. It is a technique in which thin needles are inserted into the body and in some cases, electro-stimulation is applied to gently stimulate particular regions of the body. Acupuncture is also used to maintain general health and well-being. Acupuncturists treat a variety of physical and psychological issues, such as anxiety, depression, insomnia, pain, digestive disorders, and infertility. 

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