About Dr. Pailin
Dr. Pailin Winotaka
Eastern Healing Arts with the Thai perspective.
Dr. Pailin Winotaka is a New York State licensed acupuncturist and expert Chinese herbologist. A native of Thailand, she earned her Doctor of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine and Master of Science degree in Traditional Oriental Medicine from the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine and has studied at the China Beijing International Acupuncture Training Centre in Beijing, China.
Dr. Pailin is also nationally certified as a Diplomate in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbology by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM). Dr. Pailin brings years of training and experience in the healing arts to her acupuncture practice. She received her certification from the Wat Po Traditional Medical School (Bangkok) in 1994. She has been profiled for her work in Thai acupressure in Conde Nast Traveler and Self Magazine. She is also a certified Yoga Siromani (teacher of Yoga) and has studied yoga at the Ramamani Iyengar Memorial Yoga Institute in Pune, India.
In her New York office, Dr. Pailin offers expert, personalized treatments in:
– Acupuncture – Moxibustion – Cupping – Gua Sha – Chinese and Japanese Kampo Herbal Medicine
Treating the Whole Person, Not Just the Symptoms
Acupuncture goes beyond many conventional medical treatments by working to heal the entire person (not just their symptoms) on a physical, mental and emotional level. It can be used to treat many problems, including:
Backaches and headaches, including migraines · Irregular periods · Sinusitis · Menopause · Skin conditions (excema, psoriasis) · M.E. (chronic fatigue syndrome) · Digestive disorders (irritable bowel syndrome) · Muscular and joint pain · Asthma and stress · Impotency and prostate problems · Anxiety, depression, addictions, phobias · Eating disorders, lack of confidence and low self esteem · Reproductive wellness · IVF support · Irregular menstrual cycle · Infertility · Jetlag
“Healing is an organic and holistic process. Illness is never separate from the person it is affecting.”
“Every patient must be treated within the context of his or her own environment and history.”
“My emphasis is on developing a treatment plan for each of my individual patients – not their symptoms.”
“Life is too precious a gift not to enjoy every day in good health.”