Swedish Institute

★☆☆☆☆
  • 226 west 26th St.

    New York, NY 10001

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  • 212-924-5900

About Swedish Institute

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  • Massage Therapy Schools
Hours
M-Th 9am-7pm, F-Sa 10am-4pm, Su Closed
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Year Established
  • 1916

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The acupuncture program at the swedish institute is a joke. I am a dissatisfied student. I would not recommend the school to interested prospective students. The school has rigid policies in place and makes it very difficult to graduate on time. In the last year there have been 3 different deans. It is a disorganized mess. Some of the teachers are great, Jeffrey Yuen is unbelievably gifted and an excellent teacher. The administration is full of jerks who don't know what they are doing. Don't choose swedish. Do your research before you enroll in school. make sure to speak with current students to see if they are happy with their choice. The school may face lawsuits brought on by students in the near future. Newly enrolled students are wishing they had attended different schools. The school may be circling the drain. Consider yourself warned. Go to PCOM or Tristate. Or look out of state. The swedish institute is full of false promises. You might not be taught daoist medicine or classical acupuncture at a TCM school, but you can always dedicate yourself to daoist/classical chinese medicine via a doctorate program or by taking post graduate courses with Jeffrey Yuen. There are a lot of schools out there so choose wisely.

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The acupuncture program at the swedish institute is a joke. I am a dissatisfied student. I would not recommend the school to interested prospective students. The school has rigid policies in place and makes it very difficult to graduate on time. In the last year there have been 3 different deans. It is a disorganized mess. Some of the teachers are great, Jeffrey Yuen is unbelievably gifted and an excellent teacher. The administration is full of jerks who don't know what they are doing. Don't choose swedish. Do your research before you enroll in school. make sure to speak with current students to see if they are happy with their choice. The school may face lawsuits brought on by students in the near future. Newly enrolled students are wishing they had attended different schools. The school may be circling the drain. Consider yourself warned. Go to PCOM or Tristate. Or look out of state. The swedish institute is full of false promises. You might not be taught daoist medicine or classical acupuncture at a TCM school, but you can always dedicate yourself to daoist/classical chinese medicine via a doctorate program or by taking post graduate courses with Jeffrey Yuen. There are a lot of schools out there so choose wisely.

Pros: Jeffrey Yuen

Cons: disorganization. Dean Sonia Cabrera. Disregard for students

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Swedish Institute is dedicated to a natural approach to health care since its inception in 1916, and continues to train students as they pursue their careers in the same manner as it did years ago.

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