New Paltz Acupuncture Health Care Associates
Peter Dubitsky opened Acupuncture Health Care in New Paltz, NY in 1991. Callie Brown joined the practice in 1994. They are both highly qualified and very experienced acupuncturists dedicated to providing personalized quality acupuncture care in a private setting. Their New Paltz office specializes in the treatment of acute and chronic pain conditions.
They both attended one of the premier colleges of acupuncture in the United States, the Tri-State College of Acupuncture, which is the only college offering training in Acupuncture Physical Medicine, developed by Dr. Mark Seem, the founder of Tri-State. This style of acupuncture combines classical Chinese acupuncture with trigger point acupuncture, and is highly effective in the treatment of pain conditions. It provides relief of pain, improvement in function, and it promotes healing.
Callie Brown, L.Ac
Callie Brown began her professional training with completion of the pre-med program at Cornell University and graduation with a degree in Clinical Nutrition. Though initially intending to enter medical school, her personal experiences with the medical treatment of an ill parent, facilitated her desire to provide more for people, and furthered her interest in “complementary and alternative” medicine and healing. This interest lead her to complete her training at the Tri-State Insitute of Traditional Chinese Acupuncture and earn a NYS License in Acupuncture in 1994.
Callie is a warm and caring practitioner, and a very skilled Acupuncturist. She integrates various acupuncture treatment techniques (trigger point acupuncture, electro-acupuncture, laser acupuncture, cupping) with Asian bodywork methods in acupuncture treatments. She also integrates her knowledge of nutrition and health care to provide education to her patients about healthy lifestyle choices and self-care.
In addition to her work at Acupuncture Health Care Associates, Callie has had experience in integrative medical care, having worked eight years in a busy medical office integrating acupuncture with medical care, in the treatment of pain conditions, functional disorders and addiction withdrawal syndromes.
Peter Dubitsky, M.S, L.Ac.
Peter Dubitsky came to acupuncture through interests in Asian arts and philosophy, athletics, health and fitness, and the martial arts, which he continues to enjoy by training in Tai Chi and karate. He completed his acupuncture training in 1991 and was among the first acupuncturists to earn a NYS License in Acupuncture in 1992.
Peter developed a special interest in the treatment of pain conditions through personal positive experiences with trigger point acupuncture and electro-acupuncture to successfully treat his own athletic injuries, and the pain conditions of other athletes. Complementing his clinical specialization, he has completed a 300-hour post-graduate program in the Acupuncture Treatment of Orthopedic Conditions.
College Administration and Education - He has been an acupuncture college clinical instructor and administrator, and a Clinical Instructor in the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine at the NYU School of Medicine in New York City.
Integrative Medicine - Peter worked for 17 years in a family medical practice, integrating acupuncture with the medical care of patients.
Service to the Profession - He has been professional member and chair of the NYS Board for Acupuncture, and he currently serves as an "Extended Member" providing advice to the board and the Office of Professional Discipline.
The Pearl of Wisdom Award - The Acupuncture Society of New York in September 2015 in recognition of Peter's contributions to the acupuncture profession.
Health Care Heroes Award - From Hudson Valley Parent and Life magazines in 2007, for improving the quality of life for patients in the Hudson Valley.
Tai Chi: Peter is a master instructor and teaches tai chi classes at Izlind Integrative Wellness
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