“With the help of acupuncture, my cancer went from stage 3 to stage 1.” - Patient of Dr. Jing Zhang
 

Dr. Jing Zhang  was born and raised in Beijing, China. She graduated from the Capital University of Medical Sciences in Beijing, China in 1987 with an M.D. degree in Neurology. She also completed a 3 year postgraduate acupuncture program at AIA Institute in New York.

Dr. Zhang is a licensed Acupuncturist in Connecticut and New York. She has practiced Western medicine and traditional Chinese medicine, including acupuncture, for over 20 years in both China and the United States.

She is also an instructor for the Acupuncture Institute at the University of Bridgeport. Acupuncture has been used to treat infertility, insomnia, depression, neck stiffness, nausea, anxiety and digestive issues, headaches, menopause, post op and chemo nausea caused by chemotherapy.

What to Expect
Dr. Jing is trained in both Chinese and Japanese forms of acupuncture. Her treatments consist of a combination of acupuncture and tuina (Chinese Massage). If needed other Traditional Chinese Medicinal tools are used to bring balance. Acupuncture is a safe, painless and effective way of treating health imbalances.

Inserting and manipulating fine filiform needles puts pressure onto specific points on the body to relieve physical and mental imbalances. Pressure points are situated on 12 meridians along which qi (life force energy) flows. The practitioner uses all five senses to observe a patient's state of health. They will specifically read the tongue and heart beat as a reference to asses where imbalances sit, and how it is relative to the rest of the body. Acupuncture treats the cause, not just the symptom of a problem.