David is a licensed, board-certified acupuncturist and herbalist specializing in pain, trauma, sports medicine, and dermatology based in Bloomington, Indiana. He is passionate about exploring the pathways of the bodymind as they pertain to health, and their analogy to the greater world. Since 2010, David built his first private practice in New York City that grew into a highly sought after destination for pain management and patient care. He utilizes a unique blend of acupuncture and herbal strategies, rehabilitative Qi Gong practices, craniosacral therapy, and Tui Na (a medical massage and “bone setting” system incorporating highly effective diagnostic and therapeutic techniques) to give patients immediate and lasting results.
David is fluent in English and Japanese.
David is currently president of the Indiana Society of Acupuncturists.
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David Simpson began his first private practice in New York City in 2010 specializing in trauma, Chinese sports medicine, and orthopedic conditions. David also worked at New York University's renowned Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine in the grant-funded Integrative Musculoskeletal Institute.
While studying and doing research on atomic bomb victim literature in Japan, David was introduced to acupuncture and herbal medicine. It was this introduction that led to his return to the US to obtain his Master of Science Degree in Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine at the prestigious Tri-State College of Acupuncture in Manhattan.
David's primary interest is in treating pain, integrating classical and modern acupuncture styles often with multiple modalities. Treatments can significantly reduce or eliminate pain caused by stress, sports injury, or any of life's "learning experiences." He augments his acupuncture practice through continued study and utilization of Chinese Internal Martial Arts through New York Internal Arts under Tom Bisio. He currently practices in Bloomington, Indiana.
Low Back Pain
Upper Back Pain
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Repetitive Strain Injury