Dr. Wang has helped problems such as myasthenia gravis, Guillian-Barre syndrome, herpes, stress, pain, skin conditions, digestive issues, and WHO and NIH-suggested acupuncture indications. Please see the full list. Continue reading

Infertility & IVF

With 30+ years experience, Dr. Wang developed a unique way of acupuncture and Chinese herbs to treat infertility and support IVF therapy. He helped many skeptical patients get pregnant naturally, and even one patient at age 49. Continue reading

Complex Cases

In general practice, Dr. Wang helped many so-called “untreatable” diseases and conditions according to other medical specialists. That’s why many patients said that Dr. Wang has magic hands. The following are the examples of this type. Continue reading

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Patient Testimonials

Gigi G., Long Island, NY

Dr wang, I have to say at first 6 years ago I really didn’t believe in Acupuncture when the Dr told me to try it. I strongly believe in it now. You help me with infertility and now I have a son. You’re also helping me now for my second child. A GREAT THANK YOU. I DO BELIEVE.


“Hi Dr. Wang, this is Rebecca. I hope you are doing well. I wanted to let you know we are pregnant! Your acupuncture helped us so much. It is about 16.5 weeks. (We got pregnant naturally in February, after I saw the Hematologist Doctor who saw I had that thyroid antibody and antinuclear antibody).  I have been feeling good, just  (more…)

M. – Brooklyn, NY,

I chose Dr Wang specifically b/c of his background of studying in China and being an actual doctor of Chinese Medicine. Plus he had a lot of Western credentials (teaching at Columbia U etc). I have a lot of weird random internal problems that are kind of complicated, so I wanted to make sure I got somebody who knew A LOT.


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Recent Articles by Dr. Wang

December 27, 2014

How does Western medicine explain acupuncture?

Acupuncture even though has been practice in Chine for about at least 2-3,000 years  and spreading in the adjacent countries such as Japan, Korea, etc. as the time goes on. For the rest  of the world it is maybe only