Our purpose is to help as many people as we can become as healthy as they can, with the most effective, natural method of treatment available.
In over 35 years of practice, we have successfully treated over 50,000 people.
- The first Acupuncture center in New England, since 1974.
- Integrating Eastern and Western medicine, offering natural solutions to health problems.
- Results oriented care incorporating Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine, Western Medicine, and Homeopathy.
- Direct insurance billing for services covered by your insurance policy–acupuncture, medical office visits, etc.
- A family run family practice.
Dr. James P. Doyle is the Director of Comprehensive Medical Services. He is trained as a Western physician and in Acupuncture. Dr. Doyle’s knowledge of both Eastern and Western medicine facilitates a unique understanding of your condition. This begins with an initial examination, during which time Dr. Doyle takes the time to listen to and to hear your concerns about your health problems. Together you will establish the goals for your treatment.
Dr. Doyle oversees each patient who comes for care and monitors your progress with reevaluation examinations. He is available at all times for consultations both with you and the practitioner who is treating you.
Dr. James P. Doyle, D.O., received his Doctorate in Osteopathic Medicine from the Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1969. After several years as a physician in a family practice, he discovered that the benefits of proper diet, lifestyle and acupuncture surpass many prescription drugs. As a Western doctor, he believes that medication can often only “manage” the symptom, whereas acupuncture, diet and lifestyle changes can often eliminate its cause.
In 1974 Dr. Doyle helped found the New England School of Acupuncture, the first acupuncture school in America. Dr. Doyle studied acupuncture at the New England School with James Tin Yau So, the school’s founder and principal instructor. He was elected as the first president of the Massachusetts acupuncture society in 1976. In 1982, Dr. Doyle went on to study acupuncture in mainland China’s Nanching College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, one of the first classes offered to Western trained doctors. In 1998 Dr. Doyle completed a two-year course in Chinese herbal medicine with Dr. Ted Kaptchuk.
He is currently on staff at St. Elisabeth’s Hospital in the Department of Complementary Medicine.
Hudson Doyle, L. Ac.
- He is a past President of the Acupuncture and Oriental Medical Society of Massachusetts.
- He studied Chinese Medicine for over 7 years with doctor of Chinese medicine and master herbalist BJ Wang.
Hudson is a second generation acupuncturist. He has been steeped his whole life in the tradition of holistic health. Arriving from a passion for Eastern philosophy, he followed his father’s footsteps and joined the medical practice in 2007.
After completing his undergraduate degree in Philosophy and Psychology at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia, Hudson completed his Masters in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (MAOM) from the New England School of Acupuncture (NESA), the oldest acupuncture school in the United States. Hudson has worked in health clinics around the Boston area as well as the Boston Medical Center where he has experienced firsthand the power of acupuncture to treat serious pain and illness.
After graduating from NESA, Hudson traveled to Hangzhou, China and completed a Post-Graduate internship in Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine at the Zhejiang Provincial Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Here he observed the successful integration of Eastern and Western medicine.
Hudson strives to live a life of balance and believes in cultivating positive habits, both internally and externally. He is a philosopher at heart, a vegetarian and an athlete.
In his free time, Hudson enjoys running, long distance cycle touring, and traveling to Latin America to speak Spanish and hunt for adventure. Hudson maintains a personal Travel Blog.