B.A.,Yale University, 1978
Licentiate, B.A., M.A., College of Traditional Chinese Acupuncture, 1979-1985
Training in Acupuncture and East Asian medicine with J.R. Worsley, John and Angela Hicks, Richard Tan, and Henry McCann
Bill Mueller is a licensed and national board certified acupuncturist and co-director of Cambridge Health Associates. He graduated from Yale University with a degree in Philosophy and Psychology, and then studied Five Element acupuncture with Prof. J.R. Worsley at the College of Traditional Acupuncture in England. In practice since 1979, Bill has since earned the two advanced degrees offered by the College. A Fellow of the National Academy of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, Bill is the former Chairperson of the National Commission for the Certification of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. With Five Element acupuncture as the foundation of his practice, Bill is also a certified Zero Balancing practitioner, and he completed the Zero Balancing Teacher Training course with Fritz Smith, M.D.
“I value the importance of communication and rapport with my patients, and by listening, I tailor each treatment to the needs of the individual.”
“I have experienced the best of both the art and science of acupuncture with Bill Mueller. I no longer suffer from headaches or insomnia, but more than that, my body has learned what it truly means to be both calm and strong at the same time. It is Bill’s nature, presence and wisdom along with his skillful practice of acupuncture that make him a true healer for me.” - Debbie A.
"Bill has a contagious clarity, brightness of being, and good humor. He is fully present, and listens with the same sensitivity and attunement as he uses when reading the body’s pulses. If I arrive depleted in body and spirit, I leave feeling at one with myself, restored, refreshed, and ready to get on with the creative processes of being alive." - Susan B.
"Bill is much more than an acupuncturist. He is a deep healer, an empathetic ear, a guide, and a gentle soul who embodies compassion and kindness. Bill’s acupuncture has not only helped me with physical symptoms...but the treatments create for me a deep sense of inner calm and peacefulness, and I often feel recharged and reconnected to my spirit while on the treatment table." - Gretchen D.
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Days at CHA
Acupuncture & Zero Balancing
Initial Evaluation and Treatment:
First session lasts 60-75 minutes and includes an in-depth evaluation and a treatment.
Follow-up treatments last 45-60 minutes.
24 hour notice required for cancellations.
Full fee charged for late cancellations & missed appointments.
Late arrivals of more than 15-20 minutes are considered missed appointments.
Gift Certificates available