Daniel Schulman

Daniel spent the first half of his professional life working in the Environmental Sciences. In his mid-30's, he transitioned into Chinese Medicine, attending the New England School of Acupuncture in Boston for three years. Since 1999, he has run a private clinic in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. His practice is primarily based in palpatory Japanese styles of acupuncture, principally the Matsumoto-Nagano system. He has also been significantly influenced by the 5 element teachings of Lonny Jarrett, Jeffrey Yuen's teachings on Luo Vessels, Extraordinary Vessels and Ed Neal's Nei Jing program. Daniel has written numerous articles for professional and clinical journals. He is particularly interested in the challenge Chinese Medicine offers to the modern scientific and medical paradigms. He is chairperson of the Association of Registered Acupuncturists of Prince Edward Island.