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  Heping Duan is a New York State Licensed acupuncturist. She has more than 30 years of experience in acupuncture clinic practice, research and teaching work in China.She has attended many of the most prestigious medical schools such as Chinese Medicine College of Guiyang, Chinese Medicine College of Chengdu, TianJin University of Chinese Medicine and Herbology and TianJin Medical Universities for education and continuing advancement training.
Address: New York, NY, 10013    
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  Heping Duan has abundant clinical experience on treating emergencies or by the combination of Chinese Herbal and Acupuncture with modern western technologies. She was a commissioner of the Chinese National Academy of the Study on Comparison and Combination of Chinese and Western Medicine, Committee of Emergency Care. Heping Duan is especially specialized in diagnosing a patient's situation precisely through observation of the tongue and pause, and treating different situations by personalized Chinese herbal remedy and Acupuncture.   
  Traditional Chinese Medicine is based on an energetic model rather than the biochemical model of Western medicine. The ancient Chinese recognized the vital energy inherent in all living things. This energy is called Qi (pronounced chee). Over thousands of years of practice, physicians have discovered a system of cyclic energy flowing in the human body along specific pathways called meridians. Each meridian is associated with a particular physiological system and internal organ.   
  When the Qi in the pathways becomes obstructed, deficient, excessive or imbalanced, disease occurs. The meridians communicate with the surface of the body at specific locations called acupuncture points. Needles inserted in these points influence the Qi that flows to internal organs. Acupuncture can also affect specific areas of pain associated with injury or trauma. A needle inserted near the area of overstrained muscle or tendon will increase the flow of Qi to that area, which reduces pain and accelerates the healing process.   
 Using a system of pulse and tongue diagnosis, along with findings from other signs and symptoms, the flow of the meridian system is determined. A treatment plan is then formulated to help the body to achieve a balanced state of health.   
 Heping Duan has had exceptional results in treating all types of problems including chronic fatigue syndrome, excess stress, addiction of alcohol, nicotine and other drugs, various types of pain, gastroenterology problems, dermatology problems, respiratory problems, gynecology problems, urology and reproductive problems and more.   
 She has published more than 40 scientific research papers in national and international journals. She is also the author of the book "The Picture of the Tongue and Pathology of Gastroenterology Diseases.”  She has published more than 30 scientific research and clinical medicine papers in national and international journals.

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396 Broadway, Room 1002 New York, NY, 10013

Website: Hepcinc  Heping Duan Acupuncture is a New York State Licensed Acupuncturist with over 30 years experience.


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