Michael Gaeta, DAc,, MS is a visionary teacher, practitioner and writer in the field of natural healthcare. He holds New York licenses in acupuncture, nutrition and massage therapy, and is a Doctor of acupuncture in Rhode Island.
He earned his Master’s degree in acupuncture from the New York College of Health Professions, where he was a faculty member for ten years. In 1990, Michael founded the Hands-On Health Wholistic Centers, a successful group practice with locations in Kew Gardens, Huntington, and Manhattan, New York. He and his team combine acupuncture, nutrition, bodywork therapy and herbal medicine with Western medicine to help people heal, grow and evolve.
Michael is past president of the Acupuncture Society of New York. He appeared on the CBS Early Show, NBC News and WB11 News, writes for national publications, and presents seminars nationally on business success, nutrition, medical ethics, herbal therapy and Chinese medicine. Michael is also a pianist and composer. His passion is to give, love and serve through teaching, hands-on therapies and writing. Michael enjoys life with his wife Deanna and their two children.