A Professional Certification in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine
Faculty Instructors











 


He has also studied Acupuncture and received post-graduate
training and certification in Orthopedic Acupuncture. He earned his
Fellowship and Diplomate in Acupuncture through the International
Academy of Medical Acupuncture.  Dr. Barry has served as the
Medical Director of Sports Medicine for New Haven Athletics and
the New Haven Board of Education.  He is adjunct professor of
Sports Medicine and Nutrition at Quinnipiac University and
Anatomy and Physiology and Biology at Gateway Community
College as well as Founder and Clinical Director of Chiropractic
Health Care Center of Hamden, LLC.  Dr. Barry was the founding
director and acting Dean of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine and
Briarwood College in Southington. Ct.  Dr. Barry is Founder and
Director of Connecticut Acupuncture Certification Program where
he continues  to train various health care professionals  in
Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.          

Dr. Barry feels his practice is very community based and enjoys
being active in the Hamden Community where he resides.  He
actively serves as Co-Chair on the Board of Commissioners for the
Commission on Disabilities, Human Rights and Opportunities
appointed by the Mayor and Legislative council in 2004.  He also
serves onthe Board of Directors for the Hamden Chamber of
Commerce for the past six consecutive years and is on the Advisory
Board for Stone Academy.     
          
He has been recognized with several prestigious awards in recent
years including Hamden Chamber of Commerce Service Award in
2012 for recognition and support to the business community.  In
2011 Dr. Barry’s practice was awarded the Chamber Brick award for
the expansion of their new Therapeutic Massage Center of Hamden
and the office was honored in the prestigious Small Business of the
Year for 2010 by the Hamden Chamber of Commerce. The New
Haven Advocate Best of New Haven Readers' poll chose Dr. Barry
in 2008 and 2007 for best acupuncturist in New Haven County.  He
has received The "Forty Under 40 Award" in 2007, which
applauded him for professional achievement and community
involvement.  He has also received the 2007 Volunteer Award for
his support and dedication to the Hamden Chamber of
Commerce.        
                                     
Due to his skill and compassion, Dr. Barry was inducted as a lifetime
member among Cambridge Who's Who executives, professionals
and entrepreneurs.  Dr. Barry is highly regarded as one of the top
Chiropractic Physicians not solely based on his professional
achievements, but also due to his patients’ response to his warmth,
enthusiasm and community based approach to integrative
medicine.                                                 
Dr. Bryan Barry
Program Director and Instructor
Dr. Jordan Goetz
Instructor
Dr. Bryan W. Barry is a lifelong Connecticut
resident.  His early onset of compassion to
help others is the catalyst that steered him into
Chiropractic Medicine where he received his
doctoral degree from the University of
Bridgeport.  In addition to studying
Chiropractic, he also obtained a Master of
Science Degree in Human Nutrition and
earned his Bachelor of Science Degree in
physiology and neurobiology from the
University of Connecticut.
 
Dr. Goetz is Board Certified in Internal Medicine, is a
founding Diplomate of the American Board of Holistic
Medicine, and is Board Certified in Medical Acupuncture. He
has maintained Fellow status with the American Academy of
Medical Acupuncture for ongoing commitment to excellence
in teaching and practicing Medical Acupuncture. He is a
founding member of the New England Society of Medical
Acupuncture where he is a member of the board of directors.
He holds the position of Assistant Professor at the University
Of Connecticut School Of Medicine, where he teaches medical
students and residents acupuncture and holistic medicine.
Additionally, Dr. Goetz holds faculty positions at Yale
University School of Medicine and the School of Nursing. Dr.
Goetz had been an guest instructor for the now retired New
York Medical College Program in Medical Acupuncture and
has worked with Dr. Barry since 2003 as lab instructor for
this certificate course in Acupuncture.

Given the 25+ years experience in Holistic Integrative
Medicine and Medical Acupuncture, students have enjoyed,
but more importantly have had a consolidated learning
experience with, Dr. Goetz’s teaching style and approach—
which is to enable the practitioner to more comprehensively
address the needs and goals of patients.

Jordan Goetz, MD, is a 1988
graduate of The Chicago Medical
School and did his residency in
Internal Medicine at Danbury
Hospital in Connecticut. He
subsequently served three years as
a medical officer in the United
States Air Force. He is currently
attending physician in Primary
Care and regional specialist in
Acupuncture and Whole Health
with the VA Connecticut
Healthcare System.