About Vincent Koeller L.Ac.

Vincent is a licensed acupuncturist in the state of California with a Masters of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine degree from Southern California University of Health Sciences since 2010. He studied overseas with advanced training in acupuncture and Chinese medicine in Taiwan and China. He holds a certificate of advanced studies in acupuncture and tuina from Beijing University of Chinese Medicine where he studied, observed, and treated common internal medicine and pain conditions.  Vincent has completed a certificate in Acupuncture Sports Medicine Apprenticeship Program by Dr. Whitfield Reaves.  He continues to study closely with Dr. Reaves, and other orthopedic based sports medicine specialists in the field of acupuncture.

At LINK Medical Center Vincent blends Eastern and Western approaches to treat sport’s injuries and common orthopedic conditions.  His approach to treating pain is based on orthopedic assessment, functional anatomy, and precise needling techniques. Vincent’s anatomical based acupuncture implements dry needling, motor point acupuncture, trigger point therapy, and electro-acupuncture.  In addition, he utilizes cupping and manual therapy for soft tissue treatment.

Commonly treated conditions include overuse injuries from sports or work, sprains, strains, trauma, chronic pain, and athletic performance.   Acupuncture treatment can play an important role in injury rehabilitation by reducing pain, improving function, and restoring movement patterns.  Vincent works closely with LINK’s team of chiropractic doctors, physical therapist, and trainer to optimize patients’ healing and recovery.