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Different Uses of Herbal Tea and Pills in TCM

In the medical field, it looks like all the procedures make us uncomfortable. Medicine-wise, if we don’t swallow quickly enough, it also makes us uneasy.  Chinese medicine in particular can make us feel even more uncomfortable than that. Chinese herbal tea generally helps people, so people tolerate the temporary discomfort and bad taste. That’s why […]

Acupuncture for Acid Reflux

Reflux is a common complaint people have when it comes to their stomach and digestive system; related diseases or other diseases can affect the digestive system or CNS. In Chinese medicine and acupuncture the nature of the reflux, nausea, even vomiting is about the same. Therefore, the treatment used is very similar. Here, mainly, we […]

How Does Western Medicine Explain Acupuncture?

Even though acupuncture has been practice in China 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 acknowledge less this 400 years and the spreading of it is much slower than the […]

Looking “Outside the Box” for Acne Treatment

Dr. Wang was recently featured in the Dermatology Times article “Looking ‘outside box’ for acne treatment“. You may read the article online (as a registered user) by clicking here or download a printable PDF of the article by to download the Dermatology Times Article in PDF. TCM Therapies Shaobai Wang, M.D., uses a combination of acupuncture, herbs and diet to treat […]

About Dr. Wang

Dr. Wang hails from a family of doctors who are experts in their field. He offers effective and innovative treatment for a wide range of issues.

Dr. Wang maintains clinical practices in Manhattan and Long Island. He lives on Long Island with his wife and two children.