Pamela Cornish, Doctor of Oriental Medicine, has been in private practice in Albuquerque, New Mexico, since 1987. She offers over 100 products and services to her patients.

As a child, she learned to use many types of herbs and bodywork, which she now combines with all six branches of Oriental medicine. Prior to graduating from Southwest Acupuncture College in Santa Fe, New Mexico, she taught in Japan and China for four years. There, using acupuncture and herbs, she healed her own fifteen-year case of rheumatoid arthritis.

Formerly on the faculties of Southwest Acupuncture College, UNM’s Cancer Center, Center for Continuing Education, and People Living Through Cancer, Dr. Cornish currently teaches at the University of NM Continuing Education. She also practices collaborative medicine at Women’s Specialists of NM, an OB/GYN clinic, housed at Presbyterian Hospital.

Dr. Cornish also conducts seminars for patients, healthcare professionals, schools, corporations, and various groups, in a effort to combine Western and Oriental medicines for the benefit of those served.

Dr. Cornish provides Medical Feng Shui® (MFS) consultations in both residential and commercial settings, and develops classes for UNM, which she teaches on a regular basis. Her goal is to integrate Oriental medicine with other healthcare systems, and to share healthcare modalities and protocols with practitioners worldwide.