Radio interview on Todd's Health Zone *starts @ 4 min
Bishara Wilson, L.Ac. is the owner of New York Sports Acupuncture, P.C. and is a practitioner of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). He has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Wesleyan University, CT '98, and holds a Bachelor of Professional Studies and a Master of Science degree in Traditional Oriental Medicine from the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, NY '02.
He is a New York State licensed Acupuncturist, a Certified Sports Medicine Acupuncture Specialist® , and Diplomate in Oriental Medicine, Acupuncture and Chinese Herbology. (NCCAOM). He is also certified in Clean Needle Technique (CCAOM).
Bishara is a member of the Acupuncture Society of New York and the New York State Acupuncture Coalition.
In addition to acupuncture, his training in Traditional Chinese Medicine also includes: Tui Na Massage, Cupping, Moxibustion, Diet Therapy and Qi Gong Meditation. He is also a Rei Ki Master level practitioner.
Bishara has traveled the world, studying with master teachers in China, Tibet, Senegal, the Gambia and Ghana. He is also an initiate of the Long Men (Dragon Gate) Daoist brotherhood in China and Ntr Hru Cha (Sacred King Man).
He has been studying Traditional Chinese Medicine for over twenty years and has had a private professional practice since 2003. At New York Sports Acupuncture, you will be educated about and receive treatment according to your individual body constitution.
As an athlete, Bishara has also had his share of bumps and bruises, strains and sprains.
Since his high school years at Poly Prep in Brooklyn, NY, Bishara has proved to be very competitive in sports.
While in high school, Bishara was:
Captain and MVP of the Track & Field Team
Ivy League Gold Medalist in the Long Jump, Triple Jump and Pole Vault
New York State Private School Champion Wrestler- 125lb weight class
Ivy League Wrestling Champion and MVP of tournament- 125 lbs weight class
National Private School Wrestling Tournament- 8th place
He continued competing on the collegiate level, running Track and Field at Wesleyan University, CT.
At Wesleyan he was;
Co-Captain and MVP of both the Winter and Spring Track teams
"All New England,” placing third in the Triple Jump and Long Jump
In college he also began to study and practice Qi Gong meditation forms. This led to his interest and in Traditional Chinese Medicine.
After college, he began to train martial arts, studying the African Martial Arts style called Kupigani Ngumi and also full-combat fighting.
He will get you back on your feet quickly and back to your physical workout, routine or training ASAP.
He looks forward to sharing his skills with you...!