About Tsao-Lin E. Moy, L.Ac., MSOM, LMT, C. SMA
Tsao started her career in the corporate world. It was after 10 years as an executive that it became a draining and uninspiring environment. She had a calling to go on a different path - one with meaning and purpose. This path became a journey of the Ancient Healing traditions of Eastern Medicine.
Tsao-Lin E. Moy is an experienced and highly trained licensed acupuncturist and healer who serves patients in the New York City area. She received her Masters of Oriental Medicine at Tri-State College of Acupuncture, and currently serves as a senior clinical faculty member there.
Tsao is also a Certified Sports Medicine Acupuncture® Specialist, a licensed massage therapist and a graduate of the world-renowned Swedish Institute.
Tsao continues to study extensively the art of classical Chinese medicine and in particular, with master practitioner Kiiko Matsumoto. Today Tsao teaches Kiiko Matsumoto style of acupuncture in the graduate and postgraduate doctoral level programs.
Tsao is a NCCAOM (National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine) Diplomat in Acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine. She also served as a clinical faculty member of The Eastern School of Acupuncture and on the Board of Directors of ASNY (Acupuncture Society of New York) for 5 years. She trains extensively with Dr. Richard Bandler, the founder of Neurolinguistic Programming.
A Focus on Fertility
Tsao uses her knowledge and healing skills to help many people with their health concerns. One of the main focuses of her practice is assisting women and couples in NYC who are face fertility challenges.
Tsao explains, “There is such a huge need in this area, and acupuncture makes a real difference with fertility success. Many women are really struggling with getting pregnant. Western fertility treatments involve expensive invasive procedures and taking harsh chemical drugs. The focus of Integrative Healing Arts is to address underlying health issues naturally so they can get pregnant in 6 months or less. Acupuncture and related treatments help women achieve a paradigm shift which is an essential part of conceiving a child. There is great satisfaction in helping a woman move from a place where she is truly suffering to the joy that comes with having a healthy pregnancy and child.”
Experienced, Empathetic, Effective
Tsao has devoted her career to helping others using the ancient healing traditions of the East. Her approach is to balance and heal the whole body on the physical, emotional, energetic and spiritual levels.