About Robert Wright
Robert Wright, L.Ac. Ph.D., is an acupuncturist and has been an inspired practitioner of Traditional Chinese Medicine for over twenty years. He specializes in acupuncture and herbal medicine with particular emphasis on musculo-skeletal disorders, pain management, occupational medicine, repetitive stress injuries, allergies and auto-immune disorders, fibromyalgia, neurological dysfunction, post-stroke and oncology rehabilitation and support.
His great passion is in helping people through Chinese Medicine to restore the body‘s natural flow of energy and movement to achieve health and well-being.
In addition to acupuncture -- including body acupuncture and scalp, ear, hand and foot microacupuncture – Dr. Wright also employs microcurrent, traditional Chinese and Western herbalism and nutritional supplementation to achieve well being. He also uses Traditional Chinese Medical physical modalities including Tuina acupressure, and several rehabilitative exercise therapy modalities.
Dr. Wright has served as an executive board member of the National Board of Acupuncture Orthopedics and The National Board of Traditional Chinese Orthotraumatology, The World Federation of Traditional Chinese Orthopedics, is an SME (subject matter expert) for the state board licensing exam, QME and was a representative to the Industrial Medical Council for the profession. He has been a professor at the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in San Francisco teaching medical history and acupuncture orthopedics. He has published several works on medical history and acupuncture orthopedics.
Please visit http://wrighttcm.com for more information
Languages Spoken English
School American Global University
Degree L.Ac. Ph.D.
Areas of Expertise
Styles of Acupuncture
- National Board Of Acupuncture Orthopedics (NBAO)
- World Fedration Of Traditional Chinese Orthopedics
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Q: I have Morton's Neuroma on my left foot. Can acupuncture help this painful condition or do I need to have surgery?
A: A neuroma is a swelling or scarring of a small nerve between your toes. When your body mechanics are not aligned, the space between your m... Read More