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Acupuncture / Alternative Medicine

Li Zheng, LA.c.

Li Zheng, LA.c. photo
Boca Acupuncture
Acupuncture helps you live a happy and healthy life
Dr. Li Zheng is a graduate of the Beijing University of Chinese Medicine, the most prestigious institution of traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) in China. After graduation, she completed a 3-year apprenticeship with Dr. Shaoqin Zhao, a renowned practitioner of TCM whose family members included imperial doctors of the Chinese emperor.

In the US, Dr. Li Zheng received her PhD in neuroscience from the Medical College of Ohio (now the College of Medicine and Life Sciences at the University of Toledo) and did her post-doctoral training at the Massachusetts General Hospital. She is a professor at the New England School of Acupuncture, a Director of Natural Medicine at the American Chinese Medical Exchange Society, and a consultant for Health Grid Inc.
Practice Areas
 Acupuncture / Alternative Medicine  Cosmetic Acupuncture  Lifestyle Counseling
 Aromatherapy  CranioSacral Therapy  Massage Therapy
 Auricular Acupuncture  Cupping  Master Tung's Acupuncture
 Dr. Tan's Balance Method  Dietary Therapy and Nutrition  Moxibustion
 Bodywork  Electro-Acupuncture  Naturopathic Medicine
 Chi-Akra / Facial Acupuncture  Gua Sha  Qigong
 Chinese Herbal Medicine  Homeopathic Medicine  Shiatsu (Acupressure)
 Chiropractic  Japanese Style Acupuncture  Tai Chi Chuan
 Classical Acupuncture (Five-Element)  Korean Hand Acupuncture  Traditional Chinese Acupuncture
 Classical Acupuncture (Van Nghi)  Laboratory Testing  Tuina
 Classical Acupuncture (Yuen)
Certifications
 Acupuncture (NCCAOM)
Bio
Dr. Li Zheng’s first book combines her training in traditional Chinese medicine and her PhD work in neuroscience. Acupuncture & Hormone Balance is unique in its treatment of acupuncture based on its effects on different hormone levels. Each chapter is focused on the effects of acupuncture on one group of hormones. For example, the infertility chapter examines the role of acupuncture on the balance of progesterone and estrogen in a woman’s body. In her exhaustive research for this book, Dr. Zheng cites hundreds of recent scientific studies on the therapeutic benefits of acupuncture. If you were ever curious about how putting needles into the body can help you feel better, this is the book for you!