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Practitioners
Quan Zhou

Quan graduated from Beijing University of Chinese Medicine (BUCM) in 1991 through a five-year program with a Bachelor Degree of Medicine. Dr. Zhou has been practicing acupuncture for over 29 years in hospitals of BUCM, China, Singapore General Hospital, Singapore, Lowell Community Health Center, Lowell, MA, and Boston Medical Center. In 2012, Quan earned a Master’s Degree of Human Nutrition. Dr. Zhou has been a clinical faculty with New England School of Acupuncture since 2003. Dr. Quan Zhou’s expertise lies in the areas of pain, allergy, digestive conditions, stress, headaches, migraines, anxiety, depression, neurological disorders, respiratory issues, cancer supportive treatment, fertility and women’s health. As a full licensed acupuncturist, Quan has been successfully administrating multiple adjunctive methods, including Guasha, cupping, electro-stimulation, ear press balls and Tui Na, as well as the unique integrative healing skills and knowledge shared among all practitioners in this clinic

Hannah Li

Hannah Li is a clinical doctor of traditional Chinese medicine. She graduated from Shanxi University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 1993 with five years of Chinese and Western medical training.  She received a Master’s Degree of Herbs and Formulas of Chinese Medicine from Shanxin Traditional Chinese Medicine Academy in 1996.  Before joining Dr. Liu’s clinic, she had been working at a Pain Management clinic in Bangor, Maine for several years.  She has proficiently administered the special skills learned from Dr. Liu, particularly in the area of therapeutic stretching and exercise.  Dr. Li receives many very positive responses from her patients at Intrega Wellness Health.

Helen Huang

Helen Huang graduated from the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (MCPHS) University with a Master’s Degree in Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine. She is licensed in Acupuncture and Herbal medicine in Massachusetts. Helen holds a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Biophysics and Biomedicine from Nankai University, one of the top universities in China. Helen is actively involved in research projects in integrative medicine, collaborating with researchers from MCPHS university and Harvard University.  Helen has internship experience and clinical practice in local hospitals, including the pediatric pain clinic in Boston Medical Center (BMC), Lemuel Shattuck Hospital and Mass General Hospital (MGH). Helen focuses on stress, anxiety, depression, mind-body imbalance, fertility, IVF support and women’s health, as well as sports injuries and pediatric treatment.

 

In addition to the formal training in acupuncture and herb medicine at MCPHS, Helen was trained for Classical Traditional Chinese Medicine and received diploma from Tong You San He Traditional Chinese Medicine Foundation in Beijing, China. She has trained under Dr. Jing Liu, particularly on the aspect of integrative medicine and clinical experiences. She is also skilled in non-intrusive acupuncture treatment such as laser and LED treatment. She advocates for integrative medicine and is dedicated to the clinic’s goal of promoting the well-being of patients.

Jing Liu
Founder of Integra Wellness Health, PC

PhD, Lic. Ac., Depl. Oriental Medicine and Herbalist

Dr. Liu initiated his study of traditional medicine through a private tutor when he was 16 years old. He graduated from the Norman Bethune University of Medical Sciences in China for conventional medical doctor training. He then received his Master's Degree and PhD in integrative medicine from the China Scientific Academy of Chinese Medicine (CSCCM) in Beijing the Beijing University of Chinese Medicine. He was a attending physician before coming in USA in 1989. Dr. Liu has studied and worked in the medical field for over 40 years.

Starting in 1994, he engaged in the research of acupuncture and natural medicine for 17 years as a research fellow at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School. Dr. Liu also worked at the Marino Center of Mount Auburn Hospital in Cambridge for more than 10 years. He has contributed almost 40 publications on the academic medical journals. Through the scientific research and several thousand cases of clinical practices each year, Dr. Liu concluded that acupuncture should be a part of clinical medicine practice in the future.

Dr. Liu established his own practice of Integra Wellness Health, P.C. in 1995 and has provided the services including acupuncture, Tui Na (body  work), herbs and nutritional consultant. He has focused on pain relief, mind-body disorders, inflammation, cancer and autonomic disorders with integrative East-West medical knowledge. He is a pioneer in clinical gut microbiome study and practice in the area since 2004, developing a serial of natural therapies for the gut health related fatigue, depression, allergic, cancer and autoimmune disorders, based on hundred cases of stool microbiome tests in his practice.

Dr. Liu has developed a number of his own brand of herbal supplements based on his integrative medical knowledge and 40 years of profound clinical and research experience, see the section of Herbal Supplement.

Dr. Liu has developed his own style of bodywork based on medical science and his martial art experiences. It is called Daoyin Tui Na, a unique technique of adjusting the body functional structure through gentle and refined stretching and acupressure. This approach often effectively brings instant and longer term results for a variety of pains and physical dysfunctions. He is the founder of Daoyin Health Society, a nonprofit organization for Daoyin education. More than 6,000 attendants have received training by his teaching team. Dr. Liu has volunteered teaching this meditation exercise since 2012. To learn more about the Daoyin, please visit our website at: www.daoyinhealthsociety.org

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