Dr. Alston C. Lundgren is an American-educated Medical Doctor. Dr. Lundgren’s undergraduate degree is in Chemical Engineering from the California Institute of Technology. After working for seven years in industry, Dr. Lundgren went on to study medicine, receiving his MD and completing his Residency in Family Practice at the University of Minnesota Medical School in Minneapolis, MN.
Dr. Lundgren founded his own clinic in Eden Prairie, Minnesota where he practiced Family Medicine for 18 years. Dr. Lundgren began his training in Medical Acupuncture at UCLA Medical School in 1997. He moved to Santa Fe in 1998, initially combining Family Medicine and Medical Acupuncture, and moving wholly into Medical Acupuncture over the next several years, specializing in Difficult to Treat Medical Conditions
Since his initial exposure to Medical Acupuncture at UCLA, Dr. Lundgren has had extensive additional training and has attended many workshops in Canada, England, and the United States. Alerted to Dr. Joseph Wong’s vision improvements for 35% of his AMD patients, Dr. Lundgren expanded upon these techniques, boosting vision improvement to 85% of patients treated with the Santa Fe Eye Protocol.
He has presented The Santa Fe Eye Protocol at:
- Acupuncture in Ophthalmology Symposium May 2010, University of Pittsburgh Medical School
- Plenary Speaker at 2010 Scientific Symposium, American Academy of Medical Acupuncture, Orlando FL May
- 18th International Congress of Eye Research in Beijing, September 2008
- 62nd National Convention, Blinded Veterans Association, Albuquerque NM 2007
- MDSupport.org National Internet Presentation July 2007
- American Academy of Medical Acupuncture, 2005 Scientific Symposium, Atlanta GA
Dr. Lundgren Interview
Santa Fe Radio Cafe, December 10, 2008
Updated: 1 August 2011