Cameron Bishop, DAOM, L.Ac

Cameron Bishop, DAOM, L.Ac
Palm Beach Acupuncture 1505 N Federal Hwy Lake Worth, FL 33460

Cameron Bishop, DAOM, L.Ac

After graduating Seattle Pacific University with a degree in Psychology and Anthropology(1988), Cameron lived, worked and studied in Japan for four years learning both healing and martial arts. Upon his return, he furthered his studies at NIAOM graduating with an accredited Masters in Acupuncture(1996). He also received a "Japanese Acupuncture Certificate", and a three year Daoist "Qi Gong Certificate" from NIAOM(1996). He has studied intensively with Japanese masters in Japan. He also graduated from the "Advanced Toyohari Acupuncture Training Program" in Amsterdam. Cameron is a board certified diplomate of the NCCAOM (#7152), and licensed in the State of the Florida (AP762). He received his doctorate from American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine. His Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine degree (2012) had an emphasis in Women"s Health and Pain Management. For his research he did a landmark translation of Japanese acupuncture and fertility. He has also trained at Yue Yang Hospital of Integrative Medicine and Yang Pu District Central Hospital in Shanghai, China. His doctoral work has included practicing in hospitals in San Francisco, New York and Republic of China.

He has been in practice since 1996 and spent over five years working in a western medical family practice office before venturing on his own. He has worked in US, Chinese and Japanese hospitals, and US medical, and chiropractic offices. His current office is a quiet oasis within a former house now zoned professional on Federal Highway near the intercoastal. Cameron's style of acupuncture combines the experience, intuitions, and grounded education in American, Korean, Chinese and Japanese traditions of acupuncture. He has trained in the US, and Japan in Five Phase (Element) Acupuncture, meditation and Qi Gong (kiko).

Cameron is the "Professor of Japanese Acupuncture" at Atlantic College of Oriental Medicine and is an "Authorized Instructor" in Toyohari Acupuncture for the Toyohari Association of Japan. He is a President of the Toyohari Association of Florida, and Toyohari Association of North America. He is the former Vice President of the Florida State Oriental Medical Association. He is a founding member of both the Florida and Seattle Branches of the Toyohari Association, and has taught in many of the Toyohari Training Programs across the country. He has been published numerous times and many of his articles are on this website.

Cameron currently teaches Miyamoto Musashi's sword style that he learned in Kumamoto, Japan at the Musashi Dojo. He also earned a second degree black belt in Seidoryu Shobukan Aikido and is licensed to teach (Menkyo- Shidoin). He returns frequently to study both healing and meditative arts. He was recently honored in Tokyo with a certificate of recognition to service to the profession.
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Services Dr. Bishop has advanced training in Japanese Acupuncture, and Chinese Medicine. He also incorporates cold laser, injection therapy and specialized body work when necessary. Additional Services Japanese Acupuncture, Injection Therapy, Laser Therapy and more.
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Recent Reviews
Excellent. Very knowledgeable. Gentle and patient.
by Michele Landers
November 10, 2019
GREAT GREAT GREAT can't say enough about Cameron.
by Pam Slaski
October 24, 2019
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Did this acupuncturist ever take personal phone calls while in the appointment room with you?
No, they've never taken personal calls with me
by Bob
July 24, 2013
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April 28, 2013
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