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Support for Multiple Sclerosis Patients

Patients dealing with multiple sclerosis need a lot of support to navigate their health concerns. The hurdles involved can be considerable but need not be insurmountable. Acupuncture and Chinese medicine, when applied in specific ways, can play a significant role in achieving improvements for MS patients. We, as practitioners, cannot achieve this result all alone. […]

Dr. Zhu Demands a Lot from ZSA Practitioners

Dr. Zhu demands a lot of his students and Zhu Scalp Acupuncture (ZSA) Certified practitioners. His insistence upon our clinical excellence reinforces his philosophy that ZSA is a complete system of medicine which can be applied for general practice. The ZSA certification program enables practitioners to deal with any kind of medical condition; emergent, acute, […]

Using Breath to Enhance the Effects of Acupuncture

by Dr. Scott Whitfield How many of us really spend a lot of time thinking about breath? After all, breathing is under autonomic nervous system control, which is to say that it happens without having to consciously think about it. It’s usually just something we automatically do to stay alive. Yet I have pondered long […]

Congratulations to the grand opening of the first ZSA clinic in Taiwan!

Prof. Zhu’s diciples Dr. Ru-Shan Shy and Dr. Yung-Shien Chang just started the first Zhu’s Scalp Acupuncture clinic, the “Zhen Ding Shan” Clinic, in Taipei, Taiwan. Prof. Zhu and Dr Moyee participated in the grand opening ceremony in Jan, 2016. Zhen Ding Shan is focusing on helping people with neurological disorders such as stroke, Bell’s […]

Nobel Prize for Chinese traditional medicine expert

by Moyee Siu, L.Ac.  Yaoyao Tu, now age 84, graduated in 1955 from the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences of Beijing Medical University and later trained in Traditional Chinese Medicine for three years from 1959 to 1962. Since then, she was involved in research on Chinese herbal medicine in the China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences. […]

Acupuncture goes beyond pain

by Moyee Siu, L.Ac.  There is no doubt that acupuncture is remarkably effective for reducing pain. That is the main reason people go to their acupuncturists – for pain relief. Since we are a specialty clinic in neurological dysfunctions, a lot of patients come to us for problems such as stroke, paralysis and nerve pain. […]