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New York Acupuncture & Chinese Herbs Clinic

159 West 53rd Street, Suite 21B , New York- 10019
New York , United States  United States


Mon - Fri 9:00 AM-5:00 PM

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New York Acupuncture & Chinese Herbs Clinic - New York

Dr. Wang hails from a family of expert Chinese doctors and acupuncturists -- there are seven doctors in his immediate family that practice medicine throughout the world.Over the past 20 years, Dr. Wang’s practice has changed the lives of countless patients and medical practitioners that have applied his techniques. He has also pioneered several important treatments in the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) field.After being invited by Columbia University’s College of Physicians & Surgeons to be a visiting professor in 1991, Dr. Wang was the first acupuncturist in the United States to treat Pervasive Development Disorder in children. Conditions he has treated include PDD, ADD, ADHD, cerebral palsy, autism, Asperger’s Syndrome and hyperactivity.

Additionally, Dr. Wang is one of the first acupuncturists to successfully treat both male and female infertility.In 2001, Dr. Wang was invited as a main speaker in the FACES national conference at New York University to talk about the treatment of epilepsy with Chinese herbal medicine.He has been invited by Harvard University, Columbia University, NYU Medical School, Mount Sinai Medical School and even Colgate-Palmolive Company to talk about Traditional Chinese Medicine and acupuncture.His practice has been covered by CBS News as well as by other regional and national media.

In addition to regular patients, Dr. Wang has treated doctors from many well-known hospitals, including Columbia University Presbyterian Hospitals, Yale University Medical School Hospitals and Mount Sinai Medical School Hospital.Dr. Wang continues to serve as a TCM and acupuncture consultant for the Department of Mount Sinai Medical Schools.In the academic realm, Dr. Wang has written more than 30 scientific papers that have been published in various countries, including China, South Korea and the United States. He is also the co-author for a book about alternative medicine.

In China, Dr. Wang graduated from two medical schools with a total of eight years formal medical education, including Modern Medicine, TCM and Acupuncture. He was recognized as one of the top young acupuncturists in China in 1991, just before coming to the United States.From 1987 to 1991, Dr. Wang served as a physician to the Polish Consulate in Guangzhou, China.Dr. Wang maintains clinical practices in Manhattan and Long Island. He lives on Long Island with his wife and two children.

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We have found that many of our patients have tried either IVF or IUI many times without any success — some have even been through 4 or 5 IVF’s and several IUI’s!Read Donna's story and her successful combination of IVF and TCM ,Read Donna’s story and her successful combination of IVF and TCM,According to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), these procedures often fail because the patient’s body is not in a properly balanced state. The patients were so eager that they simply went ahead with these procedures without first preparing their body.

In our clinic, Dr. Wang first checks what is going on with the your body and then provides suggestions about diet, lifestyle, etc. We even need to tell you how to watch your body carefully and what you need to do besides acupuncture and Chinese herbal treatment to support your IVF and IUI therapies. The results are fantastic, with patients having a high success rate with their fertility treatments after properly balancing their bodies with traditional Chinese medicine. Please read the testimonials of our patients or read Dr. Wang’s detailed overview of fertility treatments and TCM theory on fertility issues.

In Chinese history, shortage of food was always a big problem. Many people were always in a state of hunger. This caused a lot of digestive problems. In turn, curing digestive problems was an important task for Ancient TCM doctors. They developed a good system for treating and curing digestive problems. Because some food ingredients do not taste good, the Chinese try their best to cook food ingredients in a way that makes them taste better. Due to the lack of food, eating became luxurious. That is why the Chinese try to not be wasteful with food. When people met, instead of asking, “How are you?” they asked, “Did you eat?” Nowadays, in many parts of China, people still greet each other with, “Ni chi le ma?” (“Did you eat?”)

There are many ways to deal with digestive problems in TCM and acupuncture but diet restriction is more important in the treatment. For TCM and acupuncture, there are many herbal formulas and acupoints, depending on patients’ complaints. For example, if somebody ate something wrong, and bothered their stomach, there are herbal formulas, one of which can help. It is called Bao Ji Wan. If the patient takes this, and receives acupuncture treatment, the results will be able to be seen almost right away. If the situation is more serious, say you have chills, nausea or even vomiting, diarrhea, headache, poor appetite, low energy, a sensation of heaviness, there is another herbal formula called Huo Xiang Zheng Qi San which will take care of it, also almost right away. In either case, having more fresh ginger root juice will also promote the recovery process because fresh ginger root juice is good for regulation. On the other hand, with acupuncture, there are many points on our bodies that will also be very effective, such as PC6, SP4, etc.

If you’re not sure which one you should do, then it is time to go to a TCM doctor or acupuncturist. Of course, there may be much worse cases. If it is much worse than what is described above, then you will probably need to see a GI doctor or go to an Emergency Room right away.


Have you ever had days or even months in which you do not feel right? You went to doctors and went through all necessary medical tests, and then doctors told you that you are fine, but you, yourself do not feel fine at all? You probably have subclinical issues. You need to “tune up”/balance your body with acupuncture. After one or two sessions, you will feel normal again. The following explains why TCM and acupuncture will work for this situation:

In the first classic book of TCM and acupuncture, written about 2,500 years ago, disease prevention was stressed. If we translate the idea into English, it goes like the following: the best doctors don’t treat diseases but treat the lack of disease. To treat disease is just like you start to dig a well when you feel thirsty or like if you try to make a weapon when enemies already invaded your country. It means that you’ll be too late to prevent the negative situation. The key point here is that to keep people with good health and a well balanced body rather than to wait and let the diseases develop and then treat them at the last minute, which can turn into complex problems.

That means the ancient Chinese doctors were more concerned about educating people to maintain well being instead of treating disease only when it finally hits. In modern society, it is forgotten and people have different problems than back then, but it must be emphasized again. It will improve the functions of the body so that if any pathogen is encountered or anything otherwise bad happens, the body will be strong enough to fight against it.Contact Dr. Wang to make an appointment if you want to feel better sooner with his help.

Languages Spoken

  • English

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Treatments For:

  • Digestive System Diseases
  • Fatigue
  • Infertility
  • Neuralgia
  • Pain
  • Stress

Consultation Type: Direct ConsultationAll patients have to come to the practitioner's location.

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