May I introduce myself:

David Euler is a father of two, a husband and family member as well as an acupuncturist and artist..

About David Euler

After completing my Acupuncture Studies in 1989, I specialized in palpation based acupuncture influenced by Japanese styles, mainly Master Nagano and Kiiko Matsumoto, as well as Master Kawai. Blending the Japanese styles of acupuncture with European micro-systems and Low Level Laser therapies became a gentle, yet a very powerful treatment modality.

Professional Activities

1.-Treating patients at the Newton Acupuncture Clinic in Newton, MA.    

2.-Previously, Co-Directing and Teaching an Acupuncture Course for Physicians at the Harvard Medical School, Dep. of continuing Education for 16 years.   

3.-Providing continuing acupuncture training to acupuncturist and physicians around the US and Worldwide for 20 years.   

4.-Authoring and Publishing articles, chapters, Books, and DVD's about this style of Acupuncture.   

Publications

◆"Acupuncture in Practice" Edited by Hugh MacPherson and Ted Kaptchuk, Churchill livingstone, NY, 1997:  

A chapter on Diabetic neuropathy in the lower limbs  

◆"Kiiko Matsumoto's Clinical Strategies, Vol.1"; KMI, Natick, 2002. David Euler and Kiiko Matsumoto  

◆"Clinical DVD #1", KMI, Natick , 2005 David Euler  

◆"Stresskrankheiten"Andreas Noll and Barbara Kirschbaum, editors, Elsevier GmbH München 2006: Chapter on Japanese Meridian Therapy.  

◆"Kiiko Matsumoto's Clinical Strategies, Vol.2"; KMI, Natick, 2008. David Euler and Kiiko Matsumoto  

◆ A contribution in "Integrative Pain Medicine", Audette and Bailey, Humana Press, NJ 2008  

A chapter on Chinese herbal medicine for pain  

◆"Pain and Chemical Dependency", Edited by: Howard Smith and Steven Passik, Oxford University Press, NY 2008.Chapter on Traditional Chinese Medicine for pain and Addiction.  

◆"Leitfaden Triggerpunkte", Dominik Irnich, Elsevier GmbH München 2009  

Throughout the book, accompanied palpation based acupuncture for each trigger point.

Other aspects

Writing children books, painting and photography are passions of mine that illustrate the multi-faceted approach to life in general and medicine in particular