Greg DelCollo LOM
Gregory DelCollo LOM graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with a Bachelors of Science in Movement Science. He continued his studies at the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in San Francisco, CA, where he earned his Masters of Science degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Greg is a Licensed Oriental Medicine Practitioner in the states of Pennsylvania and California.
Greg specializes in pain conditions and sports-related injuries. He has treated numerous athletes helping to accelerate their complete recovery and strengthen them for injury prevention. Additionally, he has an extensive background treating digestive disorders, women’s health issues and asthma.
Along with utilizing acupuncture and herbal medicine’s remarkable healing ability, Greg is committed to guiding people in nutrition, exercise and lifestyle adjustments that empower them to healthier and happier lives. Through his patient-centered approach, he has assisted people through sickness, injury and difficult times of their lives.
Greg has been a guest lecturer at West Chester University, Montgomery Hospital and various hospice facilities speaking to students and allopathic professionals on the topics of Chinese medicine, acupuncture and pain. Greg acquired extensive training and experience in Chinese herbal medicine studying with various experts in the field. In addition to traditional acupuncture training, he is versed in Tung’s Acupuncture, a style that is renowned for its rapid and effective ability to treat and prevent pain. Greg is also certified in Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture, which has been shown to lessen wrinkles, improve complexion, and restore skin and muscle tone of the face.
Greg is especially passionate about preserving the wisdom and knowledge of Chinese medicine. He regularly practices tai chi, qi gong, and Yi Chuan to further cultivate this wisdom and his health. His vision and goals are to provide exceptional Chinese medical care that is accessible to all ages and incomes.
Licensed Oriental Medicine Practitioner (L.O.M.) Pennsylvania
Licensed Acupuncturist (L.Ac.) California
NCCAOM Board Certified Diplomate of Oriental MedicineThe National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine is the highest standard of certification for practitioners of Acupuncture and Herbology. A Diplomate of Oriental Medicine has also demonstrated knowledge and expertise in bodywork therapies and biomedicine.
Master of Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine (MSTCM) from the
American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine San Francisco (A four-year accredited Masters degree program)
Bachelor of Science in Movement Science, University of Pittsburg. 1998
Margaret Sheehan LOM
Margaret is especially adept at addressing women’s health issues painful or irregular periods, fertility, post partum, difficult menopause and pelvic dysfunction. Her approach is gentle and nurturing. Margaret is very effective treating pain, auto-immune conditions, allergies and stress related conditions. She has extensive experience treating side effects of medications, surgeries, and lingering effects of trauma. She is very effective with neck, back and hip pain and bunions. Margaret utilizes all the modalities of traditional Oriental Medicine to support healing. She also utilizes modern innovations such as auricular therapies (battlefield acupuncture), Muscle Meridian Balancing (Touch for Health), and electrical stimulation of acupuncture points. She is dedicated to continually improving her skills and does continuing education with Jeffrey Yuen, Giovanni Maciocia, Heiner Fruehauf, and Richard Niemtzow.
Margaret has been in the holistic health field in West Chester since 1983. She co-founded Chester County Herbs and Acupuncture in 2002, which became Oriental Medicine of West Chester in 2016. Her training as a social work major helped her to understand a holistic perspective on mental and physical health and how body and mind need to be in balance in order for people to be healthy. Her personal quest for health and balance led her to study and practice Tai Chi, Meditation and various forms of bodywork from 1983-1995. Her goal is to offer Oriental Medicine care take its place in the healing and health care community of West Chester.
Masters Degree in Traditional Oriental Medicine, Pacific College of Oriental Medicine New York 2001
Licensed Oriental Medicine Practitioner (L.O.M.) Pennsylvania 2001
NCCAOM Board Certified Diplomate of Acupuncture
NCCAOM Board Certified Diplomate of Herbology The National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine is the highest standard of certification for practitioners of Acupuncture and Herbology
2001-2015 Co-founder and practitioner at Chester County Herbs and Acupuncture
West Chester University; Adjunct Professor, taught Principles of Chinese Medicine and Health Issues of Women, guest lecturer for body/mind medicine classes.
Won Institute of Graduate Studies: Speaker for Women’s Health Alternatives: Oriental Medicine and Meditation Conference
Drexel University School of Medicine; guest speaker for Diversity and Bioethical Issues in Patient Care program.
2001 & 2002
West Chester University, speaker for Complementary and Alternative Medicine Conference, Botanicals and Women’s Health.
Chester County Herbs & Acupuncture, Co-founder and Practitioner of Oriental Medicine including acupuncture, herbology, tai chi, qigong and massage therapy.
Private Practice Massage Therapy.
Alternative Medicine Network of the Jefferson Health System Mainline. Chief Clinical Therapist. Supervised alternative medicine staff, clinical practitioner and tai chi instructor. Developed tai chi and qigong programs for post stroke patients and respiratory rehabilitation patients. Frequent public speaker at Bryn Mawr, Paoli and Lankenau Hospitals.
Extra Care, Executive Director
Merged High Tech Touch with Rheumatology Consultants. Working with Dr. Thomas Whalen D.O., Board Certified Rheumatologist and a staff of 15 practitioners and four support staff, offering massage therapy, homeopathy, acupuncture and medical service in three locations
High Tech Touch Incorporated and developed it into a viable massage therapy and bodywork practice. High Tech Touch offered services and education to individuals, families and business.
Chester County Hospital School of Nursing, Instructor, Touch for Health.
Private practice massage therapist. Worked and traveled with internationally ranked Triathletes. Started Touch for Health Fitness Team. Represented Touch for Health Foundation at athletic events such as Hawaii Ironman, and Los Angeles Marathon. Hired by race directors in Guatemala to teach Touch for Health techniques to athletes and work with them.
Institute of Psycho-Structural Balancing, San Diego, Ca.
Scripps Memorial Hospital Alcoholism Treatment Center, After-care group counselor, La Jolla, California. Volunteer position.
Great Earth Vitamins, La Jolla California, Vitamin and Mineral Specialist, sales person and store manager
1980 Bachelors Degree, West Chester State College
1979 Marital Abuse Project, Media, Pennsylvania
Senior year field placement, counselor.
1978 West Chester State College, Women’s Center, Junior year field placement counselor.
Tai Chi, Qi Gong and Meditation Training:
1983 Cheng Man Ching Short form with Chris Luth, San Diego, CA
1984 Old Yang Long Form, Tai Chi Qi Gong with Tom Hardy, Broomall PA
1987 Yi Ching with Paul Gallagher
1988 Began Nei Gong and Michuan study and practice with
Master Wang Yen-Nien
1999 Began study of Old Yang Long Form with Grandmaster Fu Shu Yun
Gabrielle Geib, L.Ac.
Board Certified Diplomate of Acupuncture (NCCAOM)®
Master of Acupuncture Studies
Gabrielle earned a Bachelor’s of Science, Summa Cum Laude, from Loyola University Maryland, where she majored in Biology, minored in Asia Studies, and studied the Chinese language. She spent a semester in Beijing, China, where she witnessed how Chinese Medicine is practiced there today and immersed herself in the culture and language that inform it. She went on to earn a Master’s degree in Acupuncture Studies from the Won Institute of Graduate Studies where she graduated co-valedictorian.
Gabrielle began her acupuncture journey as a senior in high school, when she shadowed an acupuncturist after school twice a week. She was fascinated by this powerful healing system, and by its holistic philosphy regarding health and disease.
Gabrielle has years of experience with meditation, tai chi, and ju-jitsu. She studied reiki, a Japanese healing technique, under Usui reiki Master-Teacher Maryann Marian and is a reiki level 2 practitioner. These traditions enhance her understanding of the body, mind, and qi energy, and inform her practice of acupuncture. Gabrielle is also a teaching assistant in the Acupuncture Studies program at the Won Institute.
Gabrielle had the blessing of learning from many teachers who practice diverse acupuncture traditions, including Traditional Chinese Medicine, Five Element, sports medicine acupunture, and the styles Dr. Tan and Kiiko Matsumoto. Gabrielle specializes in musculoskeletal conditions including pain and chronic tension. She has experience treating emotional states such as stress, depression, and anxiety. She has helped patients with a wide variety of conditions including migraines, inflammation, neuropathy, menstrual irregularities, and fatigue.
Gabrielle’s goal is to utilize acupuncture and other Oriental Medicine techniques to help people heal and maintain health. Her vision is to promote awareness of the benefits of Oriental Medicine in our culture so that more people will experience the benefits of this amazing medicine.
Board Certified Diplomate of Acupuncture, National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine
Master of Acupuncture Studies, co-valedictorian, Won Institute of Graduate Studies
Bachelor of Science, Summa Cum Laude, Loyola University Maryland
Reiki Level 2 Practitioner