Eastern Medicine Center


Dr. Jing Liu

Dr. Jing Liu holds two Ph.D. degrees with Natural Health Science and Traditional Chinese Medicine. She started western medicine and Chinese medicine in China. With her outstanding contributions in her field, she is the youngest doctor praised by China’s high officials. Dr. Shi Xue Min – known as the ‘Father of Acupuncture’ in China – whom she has trained with for 20+ years, called Dr. Liu “the master of masters.”


Dr. Shi Xue-min

Throughout the world, Dr. Shi Xue-min is known as the “Father of Acupuncture.”

The Eastern Medicine Center is fortunate enough to have an established relationship with Dr. Shi that spans over many years. The renowned Traditional Chinese Medicine doctor has made significant contributions to medicine over his 50-year career. As one of the few professionals who withstood the Chinese Revolution, Dr. Shi went on to establish the world’s largest acupuncture and teaching hospital, The First Teaching Hospital University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Tianjin, China. The hospital has over 2,000 inpatient beds and treats more than 10,000 patients daily.

Dr. Yinan "Kevin" Wang

Dr. Yinan "Kevin" Wang

Dr. Yinan Wang is a California and Arizona state licensed acupuncturist. He received his Masters of Science degree from Dongguk University in Los Angeles and studied acupuncture and Traditional Chinese herbal medicine. He previously had a practice in California but moved to Arizona. He has close to 8 years of clinical experience and has received a couple of awards during his internship He currently treats patients with acute pain, Stroke, Parkinson’s disease, Tremors, ADD/ADHD, Tourette’s, and Alzheimer’s. He is positive, caring and compassionate practitioner who is concerned for the patients overall health and well-being.
Dr. Yang Wei

Dr. Yang Wei

Dr. Yang Wei, from Beijing China has over thirty years clinical experience and he has successfully treated many patients needing Ophthalmology or Otolaryngology care taught by his mentor Professor Li XinWu using a special skill on puncturing the sphenopalatine ganglion. This skill only uses one needle to stimulate the joint with amazing results for sinus, allergies and asthma. In China, many patients sought this treatment after learning of it through international CCTV which screened a special feature on Professor Li XinWu. Most of patients showed marked improvement after treatment. For 23 years, he was the chief physician in the Beijing TongRen Hospital.

Continuing Education Opportunities

We offer several programs to professionals looking to enhance their knowledge and expertise on TCM and acupuncture.

  • Dr. Shi's Xing Nao Kai Qiao Method

    The Xing Nao Kai Qiao (XNKQ) is a well-recognized method of acupuncture in China. This method is known to activate the brain and open the orifices.

  • Prescription/ Application of 30 Important Acupuncture Points

    Learn the most acupuncture points that are known to provide relief from a variety of ailments and health discomforts.

  • Treatment for Several Kinds of Cranial Nerve Degenerative Diseases

    Explore the use of TCM and acupuncture to restore blood flow and stimulate the body’s nerve pathways, which in turn promotes nerve regeneration.

  • Primary Hypertension

    Recognize and learn the use of TCM and acupuncture to possibly control hypertensive tendencies and alleviate related problems like fatigue.

  • Acupuncture treatment at Ren 22 for Bulbar paralysis of cerebral infarction

    Learn the use of acupuncture at pharyngeal acupoints of the affected area to achieve better therapeutic effects on bulbar paralysis.

  • Fertility/Infertility

    Understand and learn how acupuncture can help promote blood flow to reproductive organs, possibly improving fertility.

  • Women's Health

    Acupuncture can help improve menstrual health, support healthier digestion, and promote overall relaxation.

  • Men's Health

    Acupuncture may promote men’s health with regards to issues related to stress and promote cardiovascular health.

  • ADHD/Tourette's

    Acupuncture is considered an effective complementary therapy for children who have tic disorders (TD).

  • Prevention/Wellness

    Acupuncture is used to accelerate healing and relieve effects of inflammation. It is also used as a preventative wellness technique to relieve physical stress and boost immune response.

Contact us for more information about the professional opportunities in TCM available at Eastern Medicine Center.