“Not all of us can do great things. But we can do small things with great love.”
- Mother Teresa
Dr. Dulcineah Tsambiras

Dr. Dulcineah Tsambiras
D.O.M., A.P.

(407) 205-2701
About Dr. Dulcineah Tsambiras
Many people go their entire lives without finding work they truly love. Dr. Dulcineah Tsambiras was fortunate enough to discover her passion early in life, and she feels fortunate now to be able to share that with her patients.

If there’s one thing that distinguishes Dr. Tsambiras as a practitioner, it’s her commitment to patient-centered care. In her treatment sessions, Dr. Tsambiras takes the patient’s concerns into account in a manner that builds confidence, rapport, and trust. She brings her compassion, listening skills, and empathy to each appointment to help patients feel at ease.

Not all patients have the same needs or respond well to the same modalities. Each person requires a unique approach, tailored to suit his or her particular constitution. Recognizing this, Dr. Tsambiras relies on the combined powers of research, intuition, and case experience to address each patient’s specific individual needs. She may use one or a number of modalities to treat a patient’s condition, depending on what the situation requires.

Dr. Tsambiras comes to her practice with an extensive background in the fields of medicine and the healing arts. Early in her career, she trained as a Registered Nurse in Dade City, Florida and went on to obtain a Bachelor of Science degree with a double major in Biology and Environmental Science from St. Leo University.

For her Oriental Medicine training, Dr. Tsambiras completed a Bachelor of Science degree in Public Health Studies at the Florida College of Integrative Medicine (FCIM) in Orlando, Florida in 2013. She also received a Master of Science degree in Oriental Medicine from FCIM that same year. To meet the requirements of her degree programs, Dr. Tsambiras accrued more than 3,300 clinical hours and treated over 350 patients as part of her clinical internship.

Dr. Tsambiras is licensed as a practitioner by the Florida Department of Health and holds a Diplomate of Oriental Medicine (Dipl. O.M.) certification from the National Certification Commission of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM). She has been a member of the Florida State Oriental Medical Association (FSOMA) since 2010.

When she’s not treating patients, Dr. Tsambiras enjoys reading, watching movies, and gardening. She is also an avid painter and visual artist.

Most Popular Questions

Does acupuncture hurt?

The acupuncture treatments typically do not hurt. Occasionally you might feel a pinching sensation when the needles are inserted. With the needles in place, you may feel pressure, tingling, or aching, which is a desired response.

How many treatments will I need?

Usually, a series of treatments is necessary to resolve a condition. No two conditions or people respond exactly the same. The number of treatments required will vary depending on the severity and nature of the condition.

Is acupuncture safe?

For safety purposes, the FDA requires that qualified practitioners use sterile, nontoxic, single-use only needles. The incidence of injury from acupuncture is extremely rare.

What can acupuncture treat?

Acupuncture is used for a broad range of health issues including chronic and degenerative diseases as well as acute conditions and pain. Please speak with one of our qualified health practitioners to determine if acupuncture can help your condition.

What should I expect on my first visit?

Upon your first visit, we’ll record basic biographical information about you, and will then proceed within the diagnostic framework of Traditional Chinese Medicine to formulate a diagnosis. Once the diagnosis is complete, we will discuss the treatment plan with you, and then you will have an opportunity to ask any questions that you might have about the recommended treatment plan.

Is acupuncture covered by insurance?

Acupuncture might be covered by some of the main insurance providers. We are not accepting insurance at this time. However, you might be able to submit our receipt to be reimbursed by your insurance company.