About Dr Bin Cai

Dr. Bin Cai graduated from a 5 year program from medical school in 2001 at Anhui University of Traditional Chinese Medicine where he was trained in Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine, and Western Medicine.

After graduation, he completed his residency training as an orthopedic surgeon and got his master degree of Traumatology and Orthopedics from Chengdu University Traditional Chinese Medicine. He later worked as an orthopedic attending physician at the affiliated hospital of Guangzhou University of TCM. After several orthopedic surgeon, Dr Cai completed his Doctorate in Philosophies of Medicine from Southern Medical University of China in 2011

In China clinical practice, Dr Cai work with the musculoskeletal system, which includes bones, joints, muscles, tendons and ligaments. He perform surgery to repair, salvage, or replace bones and joints, reconnect nerves, or otherwise improve skeletal health. Dr Cai have a specific specialty at spine disease. Dr. Cai applies surgery, acupuncture, herbal medicine, chiropractic, and massage integrating Chinese and Western medicine.

Dr. Cai worked as a research scholar for the Department of Biomedical Engineering at City College of New York (CUNY) from April 2009 to July 2012. Additionally, he published many research papers. Dr. Cai was an Acupuncture Fellow at the Integrative Medicine Department at Beth Israel Mount Sinai. He has a Science in Nursing from Phillips School of Nursing from Mount Sinai Beth Israel and is a Registered Nurse. Furthermore, He is a faculty member at New York College of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

Dr. Cai is a licensed Acupuncturist in the State of New York and New Jersey by the NCCAOM. He is practicing in Brooklyn with several locations:  BensonHurst and Sheepshead Bay. Now he expands his successful practice to Midtown Manhattan of New York.

With many years of clinical experience, Dr. Cai integrated the orthopedic surgeon knowledge, biomedical research, oriented Chinese herb, Chinese Tuina and Acupuncture to treat soft tissue injuries, sports medicine, spinal problem, degenerative disease and insomnia, pollen Allergy, Constipation. He applied many new theories to his acupuncture practice, such as Anatomy Train Theory, Anatomy Fasciology with Meridian, Trigger Point Acupuncture, Reaction Point, Master Dong’s Acupuncture, Bo’s Method of Abdominal Acupuncture. Fu’s Subcutaneous Needling (FSN) is a new acupuncture therapeutic approach for localized diseases, especially for musculoskeletal pain disorders.

New York College TCM , Faculty link :http://www.nyctcm.edu/Programs/Faculty.aspx

Published Paper: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=87OPNDYAAAAJ&hl=en

Attended meeting link: https://www.fsoma.org/index.php?option=com_jevents&task=icalrepeat.detail&evid=75&Itemid=115&year=2018&month=10&day=07&title=nyc-2nd-north-american-tcm-symposium-acupuncture-in-pain-management&uid=3246cccf90f291dc1783766570896231