Our Philosophy

At our acupuncture clinic we work holistically in both our diagnosis and treatment. We believe that pain and disease both manifest from imbalances in Qi, which is the fundamental energy flowing through us. An imbalance in Qi can cause many problems throughout the body. We use an extensive pre-treatment interview and diagnosis (Traditional Chinese Medicine or TCM) to guide your treatment plan. We will ask about your acute symptoms as well as your medical history and current lifestyle. Before treatment we will also analyze the multiple pulses used in TCM as well as diagnosing the state of your general health through looking at your tongue.Through the use of sterilized acupuncture needles, Chinese herbs, cupping, Gua Sha and Tui-Na, we work on balancing your Qi, reducing pain, and healing your conditions. An exciting result of acupuncture treatment is in the area of fertility and in-vitro fertilization. We have had remarkable success working with IVF and infertility patients. Acupuncture works very well for acute and chronic pain, migraine, stress, anxiety, bell's palsy and more.


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About Our Acupuncturists

Ying Zhao

OB/GYN (China) and OMD Licensed Acupuncturist (NYS)

Ying Q Zhao, L.Ac is a licensed acupuncturist with 29 years of experience. She practices Chinese Acupuncture and Herbology not only to treat a variety of physical symptoms but also as a preventative to many common conditions and ailments. She brings to her practice extensive knowledge of the body gained from her training as a physician and Ob/Gyn in China. Ying has worked extensively with infertility patients and has successfully helped many.

Fei Wu

MD (China) and OMD Licensed Acupuncturist (NYS)
Diplomate in Chinese Herbology (NCCAOM)

Dr Fei Wu is a licensed acupuncturist and herbologist with 30 years of experience. He graduated from ChangChun College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China and had published many articles and books. Dr Wu attended and was featured as a guest speaker at the The Fourth World Conference on Acupuncture in New York City in 1996. He was selected to serve as Assistant of the Chief Secretary of North-East China Acupuncture and Meridian Association. At the time he was the youngest acupuncturist to serve the Chief Secretary. From 1985 to 2006 he also served as a professor to teach acupuncture in China, Japan and NYC (Acupuncture Academy of New York). In 1997 he was recognized as an “Extraordinary Ability Person In Acupuncture” by the United States Government.