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1Dr. Eva Zhang (China)
Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Acupuncturist, M.D.

Dr. Eva Zhang earned her Master’s degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine at Nanjing TCM University in 1986 and is a third-generation TCM practitioner. She has traveled to the UK multiple times and spent time in the United States in 1999. She introduced the concepts of TCM to Western doctors and clients in both North American and Europe. In 1995, she was appointed as an Associate Professor at the Shanghai Traditional Chinese Medicine University.

Dr. Zhang has also individually and jointly published 5 books and monographs on Chinese medicine in China and abroad. Her books “Managing your Emotional Health Using Traditional Chinese Medicine”, “Your Guide to Health with Foods & Herbs” are resources for understanding and utilizing TCM to achieve a healthy lifestyle. She is a TCM advisor for the American Herbal Pharmacopoeia and her specialties include stress management, dietary management, gynecology, pediatrics, allergies, dermatology, joint conditions and digestive conditions.

She speaks English and Mandarin.

1Dr. Ling Cheng (China)
Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Acupuncturist, Ph.D, M.D.

Dr. Cheng earned her PhD and MD from Shanghai University of TCM, and Master degree in Acupuncture & Moxibustion from Hubei TCM University. She was a visiting scholar at the University of California, Irvine in the United States of America.

Dr. Cheng specializes in the treatment of Climacteric syndrome; simple obesity complicated with Hyperlipidemia and Hyperuricemia, Cervical Spondylosis, Lumbar disease, Sciatica, Knee joint degenerative joint pain; irritable bowel syndrome, infantile enuresis, chronic pharyngitis, facial paralysis, trigeminal neuralgia, hemifacial spasm, stroke sequelae, Psychosomatic diseases such as insomnia.

She performs clinical treatment of patients with painless needle manipulation and reinforcing-reducing techniques, Dr. Cheng pays close attention to the overall concept and psychological disease to improve the efficacy of acupuncture combined with medicine.

Dr. Cheng was the Council Member during the 2nd General Assembly of the Sub-health Specialty Committee and the Qi-Blood Specialty Committee of the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies (WFCMS). Currently, Dr. Cheng is the Deputy Head of both Catgut Implantation at Acupoint Group, Association of Acupuncture-Moxibustion in Shanghai and the Acupuncture-Moxibustion Group of the Medical Association of Pudong New District, Shanghai. She is also a Committee Member of China Association of Acupuncture and Moxibustion and other several professional associations.

Dr. Cheng has published numerous lectures and scientific research articles. She has also actively participated in clinical research works, and has undertaken projects of nearly twenty scientific research works.

She speaks Mandarin and English.

1Dr. Chun Yan Zhang (China)
Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Mentor For Master Degree

Dr. Zhang received her doctorate degree in Chinese Medicine (TCM) from the Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

Her medical specialties are mainly engaged in treatment of Cardiovascular and Cerebrovascular diseases, fatty liver, allergic and metabolic diseases, Gynecological diseases, acne, Chloasma, Insomnia, Dysmenorrhea, irregular menstruation, senile diseases.

Dr. Zhang has a clear dialectical thinking, uses Chinese herbs, acupuncture, while paying close attention to the prevention, diagnosis and treatment.

Dr. Zhang co-leads associations of Chinese Medicine in areas of Internal Medicine, Neurology, Chinese Medicine Encephalopathy, Geriatrics, Diabetes, Blood Stasis Syndrome, Collateral Disease, and Sub-health Professional Committee. She has undertaken different projects, and has published more than 20 medical papers. She also teaches master postgraduate students.

She speaks Mandarin and English.

1Dr. Yi Xing Wang (China)
Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Assoc. Chief Physician, Master’s Mentor, MD

Dr. Wang specializes in treating various kinds of pain diseases with acupuncture methods such as edge needle, filiform needle and small needle knife.

He aims to integrate different thinking modes of Chinese Medicine, western medicine, and the study of Yi. Part of his career missions is to develop the clinical diagnosis and treatment system of Chinese Medicine, carry forward the quintessence of TCM, combine the classical theory of TCM, study of Yi and modern medicine in clinical practice, hence providing significant effect or value on sub-health, chronic kidney disease and digestive system disease.

Dr. Wang presided over and participated in scientific research projects of the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC), Shanghai Health Bureau, Shanghai Science and Technology Commission, etc. He has published over a dozen of academic papers in both international and domestic medical journals.

He speaks Mandarin and English.

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