Acupuncturist, L, Ac, Dipl, C, H
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Atlanta, Georgia 30329
"Li Jiang, is a licensed acupuncturist and Certified Chinese Herbologist. She graduated from TianJin University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China in 1989, she has over 28 years clinical experiences, has been practicing in Atlanta for 17 years. She is a board member of Acupuncture Advisory Committee for Georgia Composite Medical Board and Chinese Acupuncture Association of Georgia, Ms. Jiang offers treatment options in acupuncture, electrical acupuncture, Chinese Medicine, acupressure, auricular therapy, Cupping."
(404) 566-9303
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Atlanta, Georgia 30329
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"Li Jiang, is a licensed acupuncturist and Certified Chinese Herbologist. She graduated from TianJin University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China in 1989, she has over 28 years clinical experiences, has been practicing in Atlanta for 17 years. She is a board member of Acupuncture Advisory Committee for Georgia Composite Medical Board and Chinese Acupuncture Association of Georgia, Ms. Jiang offers treatment options in acupuncture, electrical acupuncture, Chinese Medicine, acupressure, auricular therapy, Cupping."
Acupuncturist, LAc, CMT, LMT
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Atlanta, Georgia 30329
"I have been studying Chinese Medicine for over 16 years and had incorporated that knowledge into a thriving massage practice prior to practicing Acupuncture. The beauty of Chinese Medicine is being able to connect seemingly unrelated symptomology to a root cause and help the body rebalance itself back to health in a noninvasive manner. As a practitioner, it is the ability to "connect those dots" of the branch symptoms to their root cause that brings effective change. I love the process of problem solving , working with my patients on their path to wellness and seeing the positive changes that ensue."
(678) 820-6810
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Atlanta, Georgia 30329
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"I have been studying Chinese Medicine for over 16 years and had incorporated that knowledge into a thriving massage practice prior to practicing Acupuncture. The beauty of Chinese Medicine is being able to connect seemingly unrelated symptomology to a root cause and help the body rebalance itself back to health in a noninvasive manner. As a practitioner, it is the ability to "connect those dots" of the branch symptoms to their root cause that brings effective change. I love the process of problem solving , working with my patients on their path to wellness and seeing the positive changes that ensue."