Dr. James Waller


Introduction of Doctor James Waller

James Waller graduated in 2011 from the New York College of Health Professions where he was enrolled in a dual Masters program studying Traditional Chinese Medicine, Acupuncture & Massage Therapy. He received his Master of Science in Oriental Medicine and is now a New York State Licensed & Board Certified Acupuncturist & Herbologist, as well as a New York State Licensed Massage Therapist. He is also a Diplomate of the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM®).

His practice centers around treating sports injuries, anxiety, stress, depression, sleep disorders, allergies, fatigue, addiction control/stop smoking and facial rejuvenation. James has taken extensive Continuing Education courses in Traditional Chinese Medicine Facial Rejuvenation, Deep Tissue Massage, Hot Stone Massage, Soft Tissue Mobilization techniques & Hand & Foot Reflexology. He is also a certified Level 2 Reiki Practitioner and freely incorporates these modalities into his treatments.

Prior to pursuing his vocation in Chinese Medicine, James served in the New York City Police Department, retiring honorably as a Lieutenant in 2006. His distinguished career in law enforcement spanned 22 1/2 years and included a diverse background in front line and middle management supervision, criminal and internal investigations, drug enforcement, community policing, public speaking and the arrest and apprehension of wanted and dangerous criminals.

In addition to his Master of Oriental Medicine, James also holds a Bachelor of Professional Studies in Health Sciences, a Bachelor of Science in Organizational Management, an Associate of Occupational Studies in Massage Therapy, and an Associate of Science in Criminal Justice.

In his spare time James is an avid practitioner of the Martial Arts studying, practicing and teaching 7 different styles of martial arts since 2005. He has traveled around the US and abroad not only to train but also to assist in teaching & preserving the arts and he volunteers his time weekly here on Long Island to teach children and adults.