Acupuncture Long Island & Acupuncture NYC
Welcome to Acupuncture Long Island PhD's Acupuncture & Herbal Clinic! Dr. Yang and Dr. Liu are licensed master practitioners of Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine and are PhDs, MDs from China. Both trained for 11 years in a full-time MD and PhD Acupuncture & Herbal Medicine program. They are currently teaching professors and chief physicians in the field of gynecology and internal medicine. They maintain a private clinical practice in Hicksville Long Island and New York City Manhattan and are training prospective acupuncturists in the US. Both have over 30 years of clinical experience from hospitals in the US, Norway, Sweden, South Korea, Brazil, Greece and China. They have published 25 books and 175 research articles on Acupuncture, Chinese Herbs and Integrated Medicine.
|Acupuncture Hicksville Clinic||Acupuncture New York City Clinic|
|378 S Oyster Bay Road
Tel: (516) 749-2065 or (212) 920-4528
|70 West 36th Street, #12D
New York, NY 10018
Tel: (212) 920-4528 or (516) 749-2065
What is Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine?
Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine are healing modalities with a history of over 5,000 years. Acupuncture & Chinese Herbs have been used in Long Island New York for the past 40 years and can treat a variety of chronic and acute ailments. Acupuncture involves using fine, disposable needles into energetic points on the body which stimulate a healing energy flow in the body to assist in the healing process. Chinese Medicine believes that energy flow (Qi/Chi) gives us the capacity to think, feel, work and most importantly heal.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has endorsed the use of Acupuncture for the treatment of over 100 conditions and has reported, “Acupuncture has proven to be effective in the treatment of pain, stress, headaches, chronic fatigue, anxiety, dysmennorhea, fibromyalgia, allergic sinusitis / rhinitis, depression, insomnia, asthma, chronic cough, gallstones, Bell’s Palsy, women’s and men’s healthcare, weight gain, weight loss, digestive disorders, kidney disorders, stroke recovery, decreased immunity and countless other ailments”.
How Safe Is Acupuncture and Does It Hurt?
Acupuncture is extremely safe. We use only brand new, sterile, individually wrapped disposable needles with every patient. We also clean any area to be needled with disposable alcohol pads before any needling takes place. Most of the time Acupuncture does not cause any pain, there is a normal feeling of distention or tightness around the needle.