Angelica Kokkalis is a unique practitioner with training and expertise in both Eastern and Western
medicine. The fruits of her nine years in Beijing are a profound understanding of the Oriental
conception of health and illness along with a foundation in Western medicine; a fertile combination
that allows her to bridge East and West in the care and passion she provides her patients.
Angelica Kokkalis, O.M.D L.Ac., a dedicated doctor with more than 25 years of experience, uses acupuncture to treat a wide range of neurological disorders, chronic pain, and psychiatric disorders. Moreover, in her private practice she offers Traditional Chinese Medicine diagnostic tools such as tongue and pulse analysis, individualized herb medicine formulas based on diagnosis and a variety of treatment options utilizing the HANS stimulator with acupuncture and other modalities.
Peking University, Health and Science and the University of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Editor of Neurochemical Mechanisms of Acupuncture
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Neurochemical Mechanisms of Acupuncture
Dr. Kokkalis is the editor of this book, Neurochemical Mechanisms of Acupuncture, which is a unique blend of clinical and scientific research explaining the basic biological mechanisms and processes underlying the practice of traditional Chinese acupuncture. The authors Ji-Sheng Han, M.D. and Song-Ping Han, M.D., Ph.D. have broken through the veil of mysticism surrounding traditional Chinese acupuncture.