Doctor Qiqing (King) Li

  • L.Ac. Licensed Acupuncturist in the State of New York
  • D.O.M. Doctor of Oriental Medicine
  • D.A. Doctor Of Acupuncture
  • Dipl. Ac. Diplomat of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine(NCCAOM),
  • Dipl. C.H. Diplomat in Chinese Herbology; Graduated from the Guangzhou University in China with the Diploma in T.C.M (Traditional Chinese Medicine). Doctor at Sun Yat-Sen University of Medical Sciences.
  • Black belt in martial arts, student of Dong Qizeng who for 30 years was one of the top martial art instructors for Chinese Elite Military Forces.



Alexandr Choklin, PR Manager

35 years of experience as a medical journalist, writing about Oriental,  Alternative and Western Medicine, their interrelations and differences in many countries of the world, Diploma from the National Academy of Sport Medicine (NAASM), specializing in Weight Loss, Dieting, Bodybuilding, Athletic Training.

Dong Qizeng, specialist in Qi Gong, Tui Na massage, meditation techniques

30 years of experience as one of the top martial art instructors for Chinese Elite Military Forces

Zou Qin, Assistant Herbalist

Ran Dong, X-Ray, radiology and sonography consultant

Tatyana Faiman, Digital Marketing Consultant


Besides top level of Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine we use other modalities in our office:

    • Acupressure – applied pressure to a point or meridian area.
    • Cupping – the use of suction cups on the skin.
    • Diet and Weight Loss therapy – based on traditional Chinese medical theories.
    • Electrical, mechanical or magnetic devices – to stimulate acupuncture points.
    • Gua sha – ancient form of Chinese massage with a special blunt or rounded device.
    • Mineral Frequency Lamp therapy- to stimulate points or areas of the body with special heat device.
    • Moxibustion- indirect burning of herbs over an area or acupuncture points.
    • Therapeutic exercises- such as qi gong and tai chi.
    • Tui na- ancient form of Chinese deep massage.



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