Beata has practiced since 2006. Her background includes internships at Mount Sinai Beth Israel; The Initiative for Women with Disabilities Program, St. Vincent Comprehensive Cancer Center, and Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center in New York City, NY. She earned her degree from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, a leader in patient-centered, traditional East Asian, and integrative healthcare.
Beata’s practice focuses on emotional well-being. She sees the connection between our emotional, mental fitness, and our ability to heal and get better faster physically. This is especially evident in the treatment of women and couples who are trying for a child. She also focuses on gynecology and fertility, internal medicine, including the treatment of digestive disorders, stress-related conditions, and respiratory diseases.
tell me about yourself
What do you love ?
Beata is a salsa dancer. It’s her stress-busting exercise that keeps her happy and fit. As an avid dancer, Beata is especially interested in practices that maintain optimum health, mobility, and performance long into older age. She believes in slowing down with age but not declining.
“It gives me enormous satisfaction and joy to be able to guide and advise my clients to feel better and improve their conditions. I am so honored and privileged to be a part of the healing journey for everyone I treat”.
the way i work
What is your passion?
One of Beata’s passions is acupuncture facial rejuvenation treatment. This treatment helps many of her patients keep their youthful and healthy appearance while improving their overall health and well-being. Check out this video featuring her on ABC6 news and interview with today.com. Anna De Souza and even Polish National TV.
How did you get here?
Combining her love of travel and adventure with acupuncture, Beata moved to beautiful Dublin, Ireland, where she established a successful clinic. Her itch to travel is irresistible. She treated passengers on the Adonia, cruising the Caribbean, Central America, and the Amazon while treating people from across the globe, before joining her long-time friend and colleague Cara Frank at Six Fishes Neighborhood Acupuncture.