Bo-Shih Ni, LAc, DOM
FL Licensed Acupuncturist, Florida AP356
Member of FL Acupuncture Association
Member of FL State Oriental Medicine Association
I have been extensively trained in the art of oriental diagnosis and treatment based on ancient wisdom from a Traditional Chinese Master Physician. The school in which I trained is no longer open, however, the Master Physician that I trained under is still educating many in the field of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. The Chou School of Acupuncture trained their students with both acupuncture and Chinese herbs in order to get the best results for the patients. Rigorous discipline and experience from serving in the Taiwanese military has also provided a platform for developing mental skills to logically, decisively develop medical treatment plans for my patients. My desire was to bring the ancient wisdom of Chinese medicine to the people of the United States. I pursued that desire by becoming licensed in the state of Florida by the Florida Board of Acupuncture. I am a focused physician with broad clinical experience in multiple pathology in internal medicine.
1978-1981 Chou’s School of Acupuncture, Taipei, Taiwan R.O.C.
1981-1987 Chou’s Acupuncture clinic, Taipei, Taiwan R.O.C.
1991 Florida State Board of Acupuncture Examination
1996-2000 PhD in the History of Oriental Medicine
2016- Present, Owner of Bo-Shih Ni, C.A., P.A. d/b/a Ni’s Chinese Medical Center, Jacksonville Beach.
2012-2017 Owner of Bo-Shih Ni, C.A., P.A. d/b/a Ni’s Chinese Medical Center, The Villages, Florida.
2009-2017, Owner of Bo-Shih Ni, C.A., P.A. d/b/a Ni’s Chinese Medical Center, Orlando, Florida.
2000-Present, Owner and Proprietor of Bo-Shih Ni, C.A., P.A. d/b/a Ni’s Chinese Medical Center, Melbourne, Florida. Positioned other acupuncture physicians in satellite clinics to focus on the growth of the primary acupuncture clinic in Melbourne. Currently treating more than 100 patients weekly with an extremely high rate of clinical success and offering continued education courses to all Florida Licensed Acupuncturist.
1999-2000 Owner and Chief Acupuncture Physician, Bo-Shih Ni., C.A., P.A., Vero Beach, Melbourne, and Rockledge, Florida. Increased clinical success spurred the opening of additional treatment facilities to meet the demands of surrounding communities for more convenient treatment. Offices were opened in Vero Beach, Melbourne, and in a neurologist’s office in Rockledge.
1995-1998 Academic Dean and Instructor, Han Tang School of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, Merritt Island, Florida. Created a School of acupuncture with Hai-Sha Ni to bring the practice of Oriental Medicine to American students. Our high success rate of treating disease in the clinic made the school an instant success.
1991-1995 Licensed Acupuncturist, Ni’s Acupuncture Center in Merritt Island, Florida. Organized and opened an acupuncture practice in Florida.
1981-1987 Chou’s Acupuncture Clinic, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China. Treating over 6,000 patients with a wide range of health conditions. Responsibilities included medical treatment of various disease pathology with acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine. The clinic grew consistently with my contribution and was regarded as the top acupuncture clinic in the area. Greater experience over the years has refined and increased clinical response for my patients.
1978-1981 Chou School of Acupuncture, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China.
Beth Myers, LAc, DOM
Licensed Acupuncturist, AP2451
Beth Myers is an Acupuncture physician licensed by the state of Florida and board certified by the National Certification Commissions of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. She graduated from the Florida College of Integrative Medicine in 2007 where she earned a Master of Science in Oriental Medicine as well as a Bachelor’s degree in Professional Health Studies.
Beth is a Florida native who grew up on the Space Coast and recently moved from Delray Beach. In high school Beth did an 18-week internship with Dr. Ni at his Merritt Island office. In observing and learning Dr. Ni’s methods of treatment, Beth realized what a huge impact he was making on his patient’s lives by improving their heath and well-being. As a result, her interest grew for Chinese Medicine and alternative healing. As soon as Beth finished her Associate’s Degree she was accepted to the Florida College of Integrative Medicine. Since finishing her Master’s degree at 25, she began her career working with established physicians all over Florida. Beth has experience working at an Integrative functional practice where they did extensive blood work, nutraceutical IV’s and bioIdential hormones. Beth’s most recent job was at a fast pace acupuncture clinic in Vero Beach where she ran a community style setting where patients received treatments in a group setting. Treating on average of 20 patients a day including private appointments.
Beth is active in her community and you can find her at health fairs and community events teaching people about acupuncture and what it can do for them.
“My mission is to educate people about their health so they can take charge and make beneficial decisions for themselves. Prevention is key to optimal health.” Beth Myers
Yang-Fen Sun (Sophia), LAc, Dipl.O.M.
Licensed Acupuncturist, AP3655
Diplomat in Oriental Medicine, NCCAOM
Yang-Fen Sun (Sophia) is board certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM). She graduated with a Master of Science degree from Florida College of Integrative Medicine earning her Doctor of Oriental Medicine and Acupuncture Physician designation in the state of Florida.
Sophia believes when treating patients with acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine is recommended and necessary. She served as an assistant to clinic supervisor to practice making or creating Chinese herbal formulas for the patients. Sophia is honored to expand her herbal knowledge by working with Dr. Bo-Shih Ni, a world class Chinese Herbalist and Doctor of Oriental Medicine.
Sophia specializes in pain management, car accidents, arthritis, and sports injuries. She incorporates acupuncture, cupping, Gua Sha, moxibustion, auricular acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, and dietary/lifestyle recommendations to help provide lasting results. Sophia has enjoyed success in treating women’s disorders, irregular menses, dysmenorrhea, and menopausal symptoms.
Previously, Sophia was granted a scholarship from Interchange Association where she graduated with a Master of Art degree from Nagoya University in Japan. She enjoyed studying the Japanese language abroad as understanding different cultures has been her passion. Sophia returned to Taiwan, post graduation, to work in various career fields to utilizing her Japanese language skills.
Sophia loves to help and talk with people. One day in Taiwan, she met her good friend who grew up in a family of acupuncturists. She observed how they effectively healed patients with love, passion, and Chinese herbal medicine. That was how Sophia became interested in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Her desire to help others would be best served by becoming a Doctor of Chinese Medicine.