As one of the top Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine Centers in District of Columbia, Virginia and Maryland areas, we have long time experience of incorporating Acupuncture, Moxa, Chinese Herbology and body work together to enhance your health wellness as well as to help your body recovering from specific conditions. With strong academic connections with Traditional Chinese Medicine hospitals inside China, we have developed our modality and procedures in treating patients with different kinds of conditions within the scope of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
For more than three thousand years before modern medicine started, Acupuncture/Moxa/Herbs/Body Work was the main stream medical modality for Chinese people's wellness. Acupuncture relies on the painless but strategic placement of tiny needles into a "grid-like" pattern that spans the body, from head to toe. The needles are used to stimulate certain key "energy points" believed to regulate spiritual, mental, emotional, and physical balance. Chinese Herbs includes herbs effective for multiple diseases and are mostly responsible for maintaining and restoring the body balance. Most of herbs have no unfavorable side-effects.
Shu Fan, L.Ac Dipl.Ac and OM
Mr.Shu Fan (樊舒先生) is a licensed Washington DC Acupuncturist serving patients in DC, Virginia and Maryland area. Mr. Fan holds the National Certification of Oriental Medicine which includes the practice of Acupuncture, Chinese Herbology and Asian Bodywork Therapy. Mr. Fan is specialized in pain management, fertility and skin care. He is a member of American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM 2013). He pursue his Ph.D ObGyn study in China Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine under Prof. Tan Yong (谈勇) and had his clinic training in JiangSu Provincial Hospital of Chinese Medicine. His acupuncture advisor is Prof.Sheng (盛灿若). Mr. Fan's office: 1712 I (eye) St NW,#410 , Washington, DC 20036 Tel: 202-246-8833 703-772-7592 202-609-8824 Email: email@example.com
We are very proud that our facility happens to be in the same location of former Washington Acupuncture Center which started in 1972 and was the first acupuncture clinic in the united states.