Dr. Jamie (Qianzhi) Wu is the founder and president of the Acupuncture Healing Arts Center (AHAC). He is also the Vice President of Faculty at the Academy of Oriental Medicine at Austin (AOMA), a graduate school for integrative medicine, and has been teaching and supervising the student clinic at AOMA for over 15 years. He is a site visitor for the Accreditation Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental medicine (ACAOM).
Dr. Wu has practiced acupuncture, herbal medicine, Chinese dietary therapy, Qigong, and Tuina extensively in Asia, North America, and Europe for over 28 years. This experience has made him one of the most knowledgeable and skillful acupuncturists in practice.
ServicesQianzhi Wu, L.Ac., MD (China) is an Acupuncturist or Acupuncture office in Austin, TX. Call Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine at (512) 331-3866 for a detailed description of the services offered.
Acupuncturist like Qianzhi Wu, L.Ac., MD (China) offer services that often include facial renewal acupuncture, cupping, moxibustion, Gua Sha, Zen Shiatsu, Chinese herbal formula, herbal medicine, smoking cessation and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). Talk to the staff at Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine for information about your acupuncture needs in Austin, TX.
Many claim to be "Masters of Acupuncture", but Dr. Wu is a global leader in the field of Oriental medicine. His knowledge surpasses the most popular authors of TCM books used in Universities of Acupuncture, and I actively await his book which is sure to be a classic cherished by future generations as a treasure of insight into TCM that has not before existed. He isn't cheap, but he is the best without a doubt!
I have found Dr. Wu to be an extremely compassionate, knowledgeable, skilled, articulate practitioner. He definitely knows his stuff! I have referred others to Dr. Wu who are equally pleased with their experience. Unlike the previous reviewer, I think his fees for services and herb prescriptions are very reasonable. We are lucky to have him in Austin; he's a world-class doctor--smart as hell, but with a modest, easygoing attitude.
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