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Twenty years ago, a diabetic patient with gangrene infection on his foot, came to my office. His doctor had scheduled amputation for him. He asked me to save his leg. My key stragery for his treatment was to lower his blood sugar. With acupuncture and magnet therapy I was able to make his blood sugar drop from 240mg/dL to 120 mg/dL. The blood flow in his leg increase 30%, the gangrene disappeared, new tissue grew, and his leg was saved! The treatment can also prevent diabetics from too much laser surgery. This therapy can also help lose weight.
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Twenty years ago, a diabetic patient with gangrene infection on his foot, came to my office. His doctor had scheduled amputation for him. He asked me to save his leg. My key stragery for his treatment was to lower his blood sugar. With acupuncture and magnet therapy I was able to make his blood sugar drop from 240mg/dL to 120 mg/dL. The blood flow in his leg increase 30%, the gangrene disappeared, new tissue grew, and his leg was saved! The treatment can also prevent diabetics from too much laser surgery. This therapy can also help lose weight.
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My mission is to create a healing partnership in an open environment, where all patients are treated as unique individuals and are empowered to live to their highest potential, in harmony of their true nature.
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(443) 892-7095
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My mission is to create a healing partnership in an open environment, where all patients are treated as unique individuals and are empowered to live to their highest potential, in harmony of their true nature.
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Dr. Zhaobo Li received his medical training in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and Sports Medicine in China. He completed a 5-year fellowship in neuromuscular diseases at The School of Medicine of the Johns Hopkins University in the United Sates. He has practiced acupuncture and sport medicine for 25 years and published 39 research papers in peer-reviewed scientific journals. Dr. Li's approach to integrative health draws from TCM, but is grounded in modern medicine. With over a decade of practice in acupuncture and neuromuscular diseases, he has developed unique methods to treat various symptoms of chronic diseases.
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Dr. Zhaobo Li received his medical training in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and Sports Medicine in China. He completed a 5-year fellowship in neuromuscular diseases at The School of Medicine of the Johns Hopkins University in the United Sates. He has practiced acupuncture and sport medicine for 25 years and published 39 research papers in peer-reviewed scientific journals. Dr. Li's approach to integrative health draws from TCM, but is grounded in modern medicine. With over a decade of practice in acupuncture and neuromuscular diseases, he has developed unique methods to treat various symptoms of chronic diseases.
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Catonsville, MD 21228
I have been extensively trained at undergraduate and graduate levels in the field of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and modern science. I have been active in many TCM research projects; among them are the acupuncture on osteoarthritis, and infertility. I have held various faculty/researcher positions at many academic institutes including, Shanghai University of TCM, Maryland Institute of TCM, Johns Hopkins Medical School, and currently, the University of Maryland School of Medicine. I am a contributing author to two books on TCM. In addition, I have also authored many papers published on peer-reviewed professional journals.
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(410) 997-3691
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Office is near:
Catonsville, MD 21228
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I have been extensively trained at undergraduate and graduate levels in the field of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and modern science. I have been active in many TCM research projects; among them are the acupuncture on osteoarthritis, and infertility. I have held various faculty/researcher positions at many academic institutes including, Shanghai University of TCM, Maryland Institute of TCM, Johns Hopkins Medical School, and currently, the University of Maryland School of Medicine. I am a contributing author to two books on TCM. In addition, I have also authored many papers published on peer-reviewed professional journals.

Qigong Acupuncturists
Qigong is a meditative technique in which breathing patterns are coordinated with body postures and movement. Qi is Chinese for breath, and the technique marshals such techniques as deep breathing, concentration, and relaxation to help restore and maintain proper energy balance to the body.

If you're looking for help with qigong in Cockeysville or for a Cockeysville qigong acupuncture these qigong practitioners in Cockeysville are professionals providing medical qigong Cockeysville (or qi gong or qi qong) and chi qigong. They include qigong acupuncture professionals, qigong acupressure professionals, and qigong acupuncturists.

Acupuncture in Cockeysville - is it right for me?
Acupuncture is based on the concepts of oriental medicine or traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) and is one of the oldest healing practices in the world. Cockeysville acupuncturists are health care professionals who evaluate and treat the many conditions, aches and pains that respond to acupuncture.

Acupuncturists insert very fine acupuncture needles into the body. The purpose of the needles is to stimulate acupuncture points or meridians. The needles do not inject any substance into your body and are so fine as to be virtually impossible to feel. In some cases, acupuncture may be accompanied by electrical stimulation or the burning of moxa, a form of heat therapy. Or use acupressure, where physical pressure is applied by hand or elbow to trigger points with the aim of clearing blockages in these meridians.

'Accupuncture' and 'Accupuncturist' are common mis-spellings.