Dr. Peggy Regis Robinson is a holistic health care provider with nearly two decades of clinical experience. She uses her expertise in ethnobotany, herbal medicine and acupuncture to heal, educate and empower patients in the greater New York City area and around the world.
In 2002, she co-founded Cornerstone Healing, a Brooklyn-based private practice that uses Western and Eastern holistic philosophies to treat a wide variety of health conditions. Dr. Robinson treats patients dealing with gastrointestinal problems, asthma, allergies, weight loss, nutrition management, and mental health issues, including anxiety, stress, and addiction. She is known for and specializes in providing techniques that treat dermatological conditions, such as eczema, psoriasis, acne, wrinkles, frown lines and bags caused by aging.
Dr. Robinson is a trusted practitioner for women with a range of gynecological issues, including problems related to menstrual cycle, fibroids, menopause, fertility, and pain associated with fibromyalgiaand migraines. She also provides support for expectant mothers through pre- and postnatal care.
Inspired by her Haitian heritage and upbringing, Dr. Robinson is deeply committed to integrating activism into her work. Her passion for human rights has motivated her to develop health care programs and treatments that address the needs of underserved communities and populations. As the former Director of the Integrative Wellness program at Greenhope Services for Women, (2003-2017) Dr. Robinson provided holistic health care and counseling to formerly incarcerated women to support their healing process and to empower them to reclaim their lives. She is committed to actively adopting holistic practices derived from her cross cultural exchanges in the U.S. and abroad, including Sierra Leone, Haiti and the Dominican Republic. Dr. Robinson has been heralded as a leader in her field and an expert trainer. She is a dedicated member and trainer for Acupuncturist Without Borders where she trains acupuncturist to cultivate relief efforts worldwide.
Dr. Robinson is an acupuncturist and Chinese herbalist licensed to practice in New York and North Carolina. She received the degrees of Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine and a Master of Science in Traditional Oriental Medicine from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. A wife and mother of three, Dr. Robinson is devoted to her family, faith, and to helping others lead happy, healthy, and proactive lifestyles.
Anne’s view of medicine is as much an art as it is a science. As a licensed pharmacist for over a decade, Anne was a guide for many on their path to wellness, often treating symptoms. However, she believes that good health is just more than a lack of disease. As she pursued her quest in understanding how to achieve good health, Anne’s studies in Chinese Medicine and Herbology led her to recognize that good health and medicine should be based on good science, and to be open to new paradigms. Her Chinese roots have encouraged her to reexamine alternative eastern medicine to craft a new integrative, lifestyle medicine. In addition, her comprehensive knowledge in both Eastern and Western Medicines in herbology and pharmacology lends itself to recognizing drug or disease interactions with medicinal consumption.
Anne is devoted to working with her patients to maintain balance and live well beyond disease prevention. She leverages knowledge of genetic predispositions manifesting in systemic disharmonies to help individual in identifying their tendencies toward disease or imbalances in their emotional and physical health. She has a successful history working with women who are diagnosed with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), fibroids, endometriosis, and menopause. Her women’s health expertise also extends to infertility, as well as pre and post-natal care. With a supplementary background in massage therapy, Anne’s treatment of musculoskeletal issues complements the acupuncture. She has experience treating herniated discs, pinched nerves, sciatica, rotator cuff injuries as well as tendonitis and other sprains and strains in the body.
Anne has served as Acupuncture Supervisor at the Brownsville Multi-Service Family Health Center (BMS) where she implemented the National Acupuncture Detoxification Association (NADA) detox protocol to help individuals to abstain from drugs and alcohol. Her work at BMS grew to collaboration with their rehabilitation and physical therapy departments to assist individuals with pain management.
Anne received a Master of Science in Traditional Oriental Medicine from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine before advancing to her doctorate studies there, where she became a Doctor in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (DAOM) in 2008. She furthered her studies at the China Beijing International Acupuncture Training Center and completed detox training at Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Pharmacy from Long Island University. Anne’s latest endeavor is serving on the advisory board for Kamwo Herbal Pharmacy for their Meridian Tea Pills.
Dr. Cindy H. Wong, DAc., is a native New Yorker and earned her undergraduate degree from SUNY-Buffalo in Exercise Science with a minor in Nutrition Sciences. She earned her master and doctorate degree from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine-New York/San Diego. Dr. Cindy is board certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) and is a New York State Licensed Acupuncturist.
Dr. Cindy has over 10 years of experience in corporate wellness and fitness. She is the founder and clinical director of Cindy Wong Acupuncture P.C. She has a special interest in musculoskeletal disorders, sports medicine injuries, pain management, stress management and women’s health. With her background in wellness and fitness she has developed an ability to connect with those she treats and to create a nurturing environment most conducive to healing. She has always been an advocate for athletics, recreation, and patient education. Dr. Cindy has always been a firm believer in “leaving no stone unturned” in finding a treatment option that would allow a patient to return to their best selves.
Whether it be acupuncture, chiropractics, physical therapy, massage, personal training, or yoga; all these interventions have a common thread: to motivate and to heal while encouraging the participant to enjoy a fulfilling and active life.
Dr. Cindy resides in Ridgewood, NY with her husband and son. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family, yoga, and traveling.
Adam Palmer has been a New York State Licensed Acupuncturist since 2002. He is also a certified personal trainer with over a decade of experience. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in political science from Vassar College and Master of Science in Acupuncture from the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine (PCOM). Since his graduation from PCOM, Adam has worked to blend his love of athletics and exercise with his practice of acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).
Adam’s focus is on general musculoskeletal issues as well as sports injuries. From 2006-2008 he was a trainer at the highly-regarded La Palestra/Center for Preventive Medicine in Manhattan. There Adam was fortunate to work with a wide-ranging group of people with varied orthopedic profiles including pregnant women, individuals with cardiovascular disease, diabetes, those tackling obesity and post-surgical rehabilitation. This experience greatly assisted him in developing treatment strategies from both a fitness and TCM angle. In addition to helping people optimize their general health, Adam has also prepared patients and clients for athletic events such as the annual Paris-Versailles 10K run and the ING New York City Marathon.
Lingling Wang was born to a family of Chinese medicine practitioners. In addition to learning traditional Chinese medicine from elder family members starting at a very young age, she went to medical school and received formal education in both traditional Chinese medicine and modern medicine. She practiced integrative medicine prior to moving to North America. She also has many year experience of researching sexually transmitted diseases, infertility, cancer and neurodegenerative diseases, and has published influential papers. Her knowledge of different modalities enables her to come up with a protocol that improves your health and happiness.
All health problems are caused by Yin Yang imbalance in the human body. In clinical practice, Lingling always tries to identify and resolve the cause of the imbalance before she starts treatment. With remedies focused on the cause and not just the symptoms or disease, acupuncture can treat a wide range of conditions including (but not limited to) pain, heartburn, insomnia, depression, overweight, high blood pressure, allergies, digestive issues, arthritis, chronic fatigue, addictions, irregular menses, and menopause. Acupuncture also helps facial rejuvenation, and improves the successful rate of IVF. Lingling takes pride and joy by relieving patients from suffering and improving their health.
Lorna is a massage therapist with a special interest in working with sports injury modalities as holistic treatment for discomfort, pain, and preventative care. Her experience as an aerial circus performer and creative athlete has given her a unique perspective on the human body’s physiology and movement patterns, which she applies to all of her bodywork treatments. She continues to explore how the power of intuitive touch can be used to achieve true wellness of the body, mind, and soul. Lorna will be dedicated to your well- being and will provide you with a safe, honoring, and compassionate space on your healing path.
Jay has been a massage therapy practitioner since 2010. He enjoys helping many clients with diversified issues ranging from pain, tension, headaches, injuries, sport event preparation, and anxiety. He specializes in clinical therapeutic massage with the main goal of correcting postural imbalances that can cause pain, loss of strength, and (or) range of motion issues. He also is a firm believer of educating his clients to provide self care to gradually reach a common goal. This is accomplished through a combination of many modalities such as deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy, sports massage, stretching, myofascial work, and joint manipulation. He is always looking to help others and trying to make living life better, one person at a time.
Elizabeth Ehrhardt brings years of aromatherapy practice to her approach to the esthetician’s role. Her holistic philosophy to skin care takes multiple factors into consideration helping to bring client’s skin needs into balance. A natural care taker in multiple ways, she strives to refresh, renew and restore anyone who puts themselves in her hands.