Li Zheng was interviewed by Cynthia Healthcoe, CEO of contemporary living on 900 AM Talk of the Palm Beach. Dr.Read more
How to use Acupressure to relive the pain and improve the eye health!!! Dr. Li Zheng will be holding aRead more
After a hiatus from teaching for several years, Dr. Li Zheng has been appointed Adjunct Faculty at the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences University (MCPHS) after its merger with the New England School of Acupuncture (NESA) where she was previously an assistant professor.
In this summer semester, Dr. Zheng is teaching an herbal pharmacology class. Already, she has taught lessons on using Chinese herbs to treat allergies, multiple sclerosis, and depression. Although Dr. Zheng spends the majority of her time in private practice, she finds teaching to be extremely enjoyable both because of the passion of her students and the opportunity it gives her to delve more deeply into the most current research about acupuncture and Chinese herbs. Don’t be surprised if some of the new knowledge she learns from teaching winds up in conversations with patients!Read more
One thing patients frequently mention is how much they love the educational videos on our YouTube Channel. We work hard to ensure that awareness about healthy living does not end when our patients stop coming for acupuncture treatments. Now you can listen and learn about acupuncture and wellness on the go with our new SoundCloud station!
For our first track, we have a segment produced with our friends at AM1470 WAZN, Boston’s first 24-hour Chinese language radio station. In this first of two parts, Dr. Li Zheng talks about how hormone imbalance can exacerbate acne and cause PCOS in women. Dr. Zheng also gives her take on the prevalent use of the birth control pill in the US for non-contraceptive purposes.
If you don’t speak Mandarin Chinese, no worries! We will be launching English language tracks soon! Subscribe today!Read more
Welcome to the new website of Boston Chinese Acupuncture! Our new design is responsive and easy to use on any mobile device.
Although we will still maintain our old website, www.bostonchineseacupuncture.com, updates will be prioritized on this one, which we hope will dramatically improve user experience.Read more