Charles Stueber is one of the region’s premier acupuncturists, is a Magna Cum Laude Indiana University alumnus who went on to graduate from the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine (a four year program) with top honors.
Pacific College is one of the oldest acupuncture schools in this country. It is distinguished by its curriculum, which mirrors programs taught in Mainland China. Pacific College holds its students to high standards in Western Medicine, due to its belief in the complementary nature of Eastern and Western Medicine.
Charles Stueber, board certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) is licensed in New Jersey, New York and Rhode Island. He was appointed to the New Jersey Governor’s Council on Chronic Pain Management Policy and is a former faculty member of Pacific College of Oriental Medicine.
More than 6,000 patient treatments are performed annually by Charles Stueber in the Ba Gua, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Scalp and Ryodoraku styles of acupuncture. He treats patients for pain and organic problems and those interested in health maintenance. He attends continuing education courses taught by the most prominent scholars in the field of acupuncture and pulse diagnosis thereby offering his patients the most advanced treatment to date.