While Gregg St. Clair became a columnist for Acupuncture Today in 2006 , long-time readers will be familiar with his contributions to the publication as a review editor, a position he has held since March 2004. A 2001 summa cum laude graduate of Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in San Diego, Calif., Gregg currently operates a private acupuncture and Oriental medicine practice in Clifton Park, N.Y. He also is a member of the National Qigong Association. He can be reached at gregg@stclairfamilyacupuncture.com, or through his Web site at www.stclairfamilyacupuncture.com.

Previous Articles

A Word With Dr. Andrew Weil on Healing and Integrative Medicine
July, 2012 (Vol. 13, Issue 07)
The Environment and Food: A Conversation with Laurie David
February, 2012 (Vol. 13, Issue 02)
Acupuncture Solutions for the High Cost of Obesity
December, 2011 (Vol. 12, Issue 12)
Greening Your Office
October, 2010 (Vol. 11, Issue 10)
Acupuncturists for a Smoke-Free World
August, 2009 (Vol. 10, Issue 08)
Oriental Medicine, Profit and the Earth
June, 2008 (Vol. 09, Issue 06)
Quantum Physics and Oriental Medicine
Interview With Michael Wayne, PhD
February, 2008 (Vol. 09, Issue 02)
Mending the Web of Life
Interview With Elizabeth Call
November, 2007 (Vol. 08, Issue 11)
The World, Alchemy and the Mysterious Feminine
Part Two of a Two-Part Interview With Lorie Eve Dechar, MAc
September, 2007 (Vol. 08, Issue 09)
The World, Alchemy and the Mysterious Feminine
Part One of a Two-Part Interview With Lorie Eve Dechar, MAc
August, 2007 (Vol. 08, Issue 08)
The Cutting Edge
May, 2007 (Vol. 08, Issue 05)
How Far Is Far Enough?
February, 2007 (Vol. 08, Issue 02)
So Where Do All These Toxins Come From, Anyway?
August, 2006 (Vol. 07, Issue 08)
Healing, Oriental Medicine, and Nature
May, 2006 (Vol. 07, Issue 05)

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