Daniele Saint- Cyr, DOM, AP
Doctor of Oriental Medicine
Dr. Danièle Saint-Cyr received her Masters of Oriental Medicine from East West College of Natural Medicine and has over 35 years in Health & Wellness in Sarasota. Dr. Saint-Cyr is a Specialist in Rehabilitation and Pain Management acupuncture as well as a Functional Medicine practitioner.
Danièle has collectively 35 years of study in acupuncture and manual therapies and has studied extensively with top educators in a wide range of modalities such as:
Scalp Acupuncture for Stroke Rehabilitation and Neurological Disorders under Dr. ZhuBody Talk System under Dr. VeltheimFacial Rejuvenation under Marie Elizabeth Wakefield and Marta Lucas (Mei Zen)Auricular Therapy under Dr. Li-Chun Huang and Dr. Jim ShoresBalance Method under Dr. TanTreating Pain and Internal Diseases Distally with Dr. Brad WhisnantCold laser Therapy with Dr. David Rindge and Dr. Jennifer Blahnik
Dr. Saint-Cyr is also bilingual and fluent in both English and French. Danièle is certified in Acupuncture Point Injection therapy and holds a certificate in professional massage therapy. Dr. Saint-Cyr has a Bachelor of Professional Health Sciences and a Master of Science in Oriental Medicine from the Academy of Chinese Healing Arts (now EWCNM), Sarasota, Florida. She graduated Magna Cum Laude.
Danièle is also a Functional Medicine Practitioner and a Health Coach specializing in the treatment of pain and inflammation in her private practice, and also treats a wide range of other illnesses, including neurological disorders, stokes, hormonal and digestive disorders among other diseases.
What Is Acupuncture Good For?
Acupuncture is just one branch in the Chinese Medicine Tree. For over 5,000 years Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine have treated the Eastern World for many ailments. According to the World Health Organization Acupuncture has been found to be proven effective for the following conditions:
Acupoint Injection Therapy
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