About David Euler

After completing my Acupuncture Studies in 1989, I specialized in palpation based acupuncture influenced by Japanese styles, mainly Master Nagano and Kiiko Matsumoto, as well as Master Kawai. Blending the Japanese styles of acupuncture with European micro-systems and Low Level Laser therapies became a gentle, yet a very powerful treatment modality.

Professional Activities

  1. 1.-Treating patients at the Newton Acupuncture Clinic in Newton, MA.

  2. 2.-Previously, Co-Directing and Teaching an Acupuncture Course for Physicians at the Harvard Medical School, Dep. of continuing Education for 17 years.

  3. 3.-Providing continuing acupuncture training to acupuncturist and physicians around the US and World for 20 years.

  4. 4.-Authoring and Publishing articles, chapters, Books, and DVD's about this style of Acupuncture.


◆"Acupuncture in Practice" Edited by Hugh MacPherson and Ted Kaptchuk, Churchill livingstone, NY, 1997:

A chapter on Diabetic neuropathy in the lower limbs

◆"Kiiko Matsumoto's Clinical Strategies, Vol.1"; KMI, Natick, 2002. David Euler and Kiiko Matsumoto

◆"Clinical DVD #1", KMI, Natick , 2005 David Euler

◆"Stresskrankheiten"Andreas Noll and Barbara Kirschbaum, editors, Elsevier GmbH München 2006: Chapter on Japanese Meridian Therapy.

◆"Kiiko Matsumoto's Clinical Strategies, Vol.2"; KMI, Natick, 2008. David Euler and Kiiko Matsumoto

◆ A contribution in "Integrative Pain Medicine", Audette and Bailey, Humana Press, NJ 2008

A chapter on Chinese herbal medicine for pain

◆"Pain and Chemical Dependency", Edited by: Howard Smith and Steven Passik, Oxford University Press, NY 2008.Chapter on Traditional Chinese Medicine for pain and Addiction.

◆"Leitfaden Triggerpunkte", Dominik Irnich, Elsevier GmbH München 2009

Throughout the book, accompanied palpation based acupuncture for each trigger point.


Part 1: Diagnosis. A little video that demonstrates the diagnostic approach from constitutional/structural to the local/symptomatc presentation

Part 2: A short demonstration of the treatment approach.  here you will see part 1 of three treatment steps.