Dr. Judy Gee, DAOM, LAc.

Traditional Chinese Medicine

New York, NY

Licensed Acupuncturist

Board Certified - Chinese Herbologist


"I specialize in applying the best modalities of Traditional Chinese Medicine adapted to the meet the needs of today's modern world."

- Dr. Judy Gee

Judy Gee, DAOM., L.Ac., Dipl. O.M.(NCCAOM)

Judy Gee is a licensed acupuncturist and nationally board certified as a Chinese herbologist in New York City. She is also certified as a Diplomat in Oriental Medicine by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM).

After completing a four year graduate program including two years of clinical work, she earned a Masters Degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine (MSTOM) from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in New York City in December of 2005. Most recently, in 2016, Judy completed her Doctorate of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (DAOM) from Pacific College in San Diego.

Prior to 2001, Judy spent 15 years working in the fields of entertainment, advertising and finance at companies such as HBO, McCann Erickson and Credit Suisse First Boston. She now works extensively with patients in these and other professions addressing their occupational and stress induced related conditions such as IBS, migraine headaches, neck/shoulder/back tension, PMS and generalized musculoskeletal pain.

As an ACE Certified Personal Trainer from 1995 to 2011, Judy has also incorporated her knowledge of exercise kinesiology, health/fitness planning and nutritional guidance into her practice. She has developed TCM based sport-specific injury management and prevention protocols including the incorporation of Eastern nutritional dietary therapy. Judy is a Silver Level practitioner of Dr. Tan's Balance Method and has successfully treated all levels of athletes ranging from weekend sports warriors to highly trained triathletes.

Judy has been in private practice since 2006 with offices located in the Flatiron District in New York City. She has dedicated her practice to application of Chinese Medicine adapted to the needs of today’s modern world. She integrates Eastern and Western medicine with areas of focus that include, but are not limited to, pain management, gynecology, fertility and obstetrics, gastrointestinal disorders, sport injuries, and occupational/stress related conditions.