• SMA-certified Acupuncturist and instructor of the Motor Point Labs series of classes in the SMAC Program
  • Chief Administrative Officer of Acusport Education
  • Research Acupuncturist in New York city hospitals treating chronic pain in underserved populations
  • Clinic Director of the Yinova Center East Side, NYC

Patricia Botet is a licensed Acupuncturist, NCCAOM board-certified herbalist, and certified Sports Medicine Acupuncture Specialist. She holds her Doctorate in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine, Master of Science in Traditional Oriental Medicine, and a BS in Finance and International Business. Dr. Botet has undergone a multitude of post-graduate studies in Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine, Physical Medicine and Neurology. She completed an intensive internal medicine externship at an integrated East/West hospital in Liaoning, China and is experienced in providing acupuncture in hospitals throughout New York City, particularly in underserved populations. She has participated in research focusing on the effects of acupuncture in stroke recovery at NYU Lutheran conducted by Dr. Claudia Citkovitz, PhD, at Montefiore Hospital treating chronic pain and osteoarthritis with acupuncture and acupuncture-related interventions, and at Beth Israel/Mount Sinai both treating chronic pain patients with acupuncture and yoga, as well as in an NIH study studying acupuncture for the treatment of chronic low back pain in older adults.

Patricia’s passion for Chinese Medicine began 20 years ago when she discovered the benefits of acupuncture with Chinese herbal and nutrition therapy. Her personal experience was the genesis for integrating her career in hospitality management with her healthcare profession. Through her extensive studies and practice, Patricia learned that the most profound improvements are made when the body, mind and spirit are in alignment. The focus of her treatments is to help individuals regain proper function and a sense of balance with themselves and their environment. Whether addressing physical injury or internal disharmony, Patricia provides individualized acupuncture and herbal treatments, while also incorporating her post-graduate training in Sports Medicine Acupuncture, Zheng Gu tui na medical massage, gua sha, integrative nutrition, and Sowa Rigpa Tibetan medicine.

She has taught "The Treatment of Orthopedic Disorders" at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine (PCOM) and has been an off-site clinic supervisor for PCOM students at NYU Lutheran in the Neurological and Orthopedic Rehabilitation Department. Currently, she is the Chief Administrative Officer for AcuSport Education and Clinic Director and acupuncturist at the Yinova Center East Side! When not treating patients, Patricia spends her time in the beautiful mountains of upstate NY!