Daniel R. Schwartz
graduated from the New England School of Acupuncture in 1984 with post-graduate studies in traditional Chinese herbal medicine with Dr. Chun-Han Zhu, for 3 years. In addition, he studied Kanpo Yaku, Japanese herbal medicine with Miles Roberts, OMD, from 1985 to 1986. To further his education, he also had post-graduate studies in Japanese acupuncture methodology, privately in a small group with Kiiko Matsomoto.
Daniel also studied Tui Na, Chinese medical massage, with Dr. Ping Chan for 2 years. In 1989 he was trained in acupuncture detox at the world famous Lincoln Hospital in Bronx, New York. He did an assistantship at the Lemeul Shattuck Hospital in Roxbury, Massachusetts at their pain and stress clinic in 1983, and later served 2 3-year terms on the Board of Trustees of the New England School of Acupuncture from 1996 to 2002.
In addition to his education, Daniel Schwartz was an assistant instructor at the New England School of Acupuncture from 1985 to 1987, where he created, planned, and implemented a remedial program for students. He also taught acupuncture theory and point location at the Bradley Institute in 1988 and 1989.
As a lecturer he has spoken to professional groups for continuing education credits, such as the Southeastern Massachusetts Physical Therapists Association at St. Luke's Hospital, the Nurses Association at Parkwood Hospital, and the Occupational Therapists of SE Massachusetts at Charlton Hospital. He also led a seminar on reflex sympathetic dystrophy for the Massachusetts Acupuncture Society for continuing education credits.
To further master his skills in the field of acupuncture therapy and treatment, he worked with Dr. John Myerson in his Acupuncture in different Shaman workshops from 1996 to 2006.