“Dr. Mosquera is the real life Dr. House. He’s one of a kind. He’s the doc.”Sergio Perez, a patient of Dr. Mosquera after a life-saving diagnosis
  • Dr. Joseph Mosquera has over 30 years of experience caring for the Latino community as a general practitioner in Newark, NJ.

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    Dr.Mosquera is a graduate of Rutgers Medical School (now UMDNJ). He studied Neurology at George Washington University Hospital and completed his residency and training in Internal Medicine at Hackensack University Medical Center. He then went on to graduate from the University of Arizona Medical School’s Program in Integrative Medicine in 2004. Dr. Mosquera is also a Harvard Medical School Fellowship graduate in Structural Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine, and is certified in Ericksonian Hypnotherapy and Psychotherapy.

    He has served as the Clinical Director of Integrative Medicine at St. Michael’s Medical Center (Newark, NJ), an Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Arizona Medical School, an Instructor at UMDNJ in “The Art of Medicine”, and a Lecturer of Integrative Medicine at both Harvard and Georgetown University Medical Schools. He has held a Board Certification in Internal Medicine since 1984, and is licensed to practice medicine in five states (NY, NJ, MA, NH, FL).

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    Since 2003, Dr. Mosquera has been a regular Medical/Health expert and contributor to Univision, Telemundo, as well as CNN and NBC’s the “Today Show.” He has served as a Medical and Health expert for Consumer Reports Health since 2008.

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  • El Dr. Joseph Mosquera tiene más de 30 años de experiencia al cuidado de la comunidad latina como médico general en Newark, NJ.

    El Dr. Mosquera es graduado de Rutgers Medical School (ahora UMDNJ). Estudió Neurología en el Hospital Universitario George Washington y completó su residencia y formación en Medicina Interna en el Centro Médico de la Universidad de Hackensack.

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    En 2004 se graduó de Medicina Integrativa en el programa correspondiente de la Escuela de Medicina de la Universidad de Arizona, y se graduó de la Facultad de Medicina de Harvard en Acupuntura Estructural y Medicina Tradicional China con una beca de posgrado. También está certificado en Hipnoterapia Ericksoniana y Psicoterapia.

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    El Dr. Joseph Mosquera se desempeñó como Director Clínico de Medicina Integrativa en el Centro Médico San Miguel (Newark, NJ), Profesor Asociado de Medicina en la Escuela de Medicina de la Universidad de Arizona, Instructor de “El Arte de la Medicina” en la UMDNJ, y Profesor de Medicina Integrativa en Harvard y Georgetown University Medical Schools.

    El Dr. Mosquera está acreditado como especialista en Medicina Interna desde 1984, y posee licencia para practicar la medicina en cinco estados (NY, NJ, MA, NH, FL).

    Desde el año 2003, el Dr. Mosquera ha sido colaborador de las cadenas televisivas Univision, Telemundo, CNN y NBC, así como del “Today Show”. Ha trabajado como experto en medicina y salud para Consumer Reports Health desde 2008.

Dr. Mosquera performs medical miracles regularly. But for the doc, it’s just another day at the office. Rita Peak, Patient and Former Employee of Dr. Mosquera.

What Is Integrative Medicine?

What is Integrative Medicine? The best answer to this question is the answer given by the University of Arizona Program in Integrative Medicine Center. The Center defines Integrative Medicine (IM) as healing-oriented medicine that takes account of the whole person (body, mind, and spirit), including all aspects of lifestyle. It emphasizes the therapeutic relationship and makes use of all appropriate therapies, both conventional and alternative.

The Defining Principles of Integrative Medicine

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    Patient and practitioner are partners in the healing process.

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    All factors that influence health, wellness, and disease are taken into consideration, including mind, spirit, and community, as well as the body.

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    Appropriate use of both conventional and alternative methods facilitates the body’s innate healing response.

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    Effective interventions that are natural and less invasive should be used whenever possible.

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    Alongside the concept of treatment, the broader concepts of health promotion and the prevention of illness are paramount.