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Kyle Miura


Kyle Miura is a doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in California (AC 12535). He also holds a National Diplomate in Oriental Medicine and Asian Bodywork (NCCAOM). Dr. Miura has been a professor at the Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine College in Berkeley, and the University of Hawaii.

He holds a Doctorate in Neuromuscular Medicine from Five Branches University (San Jose) and Master degrees in Oriental Medicine from the Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine College (Berkeley), Public Health and Sociology (University of Hawaii), Counseling Psychology (Chaminade University), Theology (Pacific School of Religion), and a Bachelor degree in Molecular Biology (University of Maryland).

Dr. Miura has extensive clinical experience working with autoimmune diseases, arthritis, Lyme Disease, emotional / mental health, chronic pain, cancer, and HIV/AIDS.

He has volunteered his services at drug rehabilitation centers in East Oakland, and at Lifelong Medical Clinic in downtown for low-income families.

He has  also done advanced doctoral studies with pharmacologist and herbalist Dr. John Chen, Dr. Wei-Chieh Young of Taiwan, Dr. Xuemin Shi of Zheijiang, Ba Xian Gong temple monk (China) acupuncturist Michael Hamilton, and sensei Hajime Nakane of Kyoto, to refine a gentle, painless yet effective style of acupuncture.


Mission of Dr. Miura’s Integrative Health Center

We provide an integrative, culturally-sensitive, holistic and natural approach to healing; bringing in therapies that address the body, mind, and spirit.



  1. Integrative and Holistic: Utilizing the best of Eastern, Indigenous, and Western medical traditions with contemporary research to assess and treat each individual from a holistic perspective.

  2. Natural and Organic: Providing a natural, safe, and eco-conscious approach to intervention, medicinal herbs and products used are certified pure, pesticide -free, and organic.

  3. Compassionate and Client-Centered: Offering culturally sensitive and compassionate client-centered care that respects the needs of each individual.

  4. Congruent: We, the healthcare practitioners, strive to practice what we teach so we can be channels of peace and healing.  We bring decades of clinical experience, research, and teaching to our work.

  5. Education: We believe that prevention is always the best route to a healthy and vibrant life, therefore we teach the importance of lifestyle, exercise, and diet.