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Acupressure on internal organ meridian

The origin of Chinese medicine can be traced back to more than 5,000 years of history. Through centuries of combat with diseases and sickness, the Chinese have endured and created a unique medical culture. Similar to the Chinese culture of harmony, modesty, and equilibrium, Chinese medicine strives on balance, holistic adjustment and strengthening the body. It has the characteristic of finding the root cause of the sickness and correcting it through balance, while Western medicine only cures the specific symptoms of the sickness.

Treatment by using acupressure on the internal organ meridian is a distinct technique amongst the various Chinese medicine methodologies. Based on the principle of finding a cure to the root cause, acupressure does not utilize needles or medicine, instead treatment is through the experienced hands of a trained practitioners who works on the pressure points to improve a patient’s condition and ultimately achieve the objective of curing the root of the problem.

Throughout history, this acupressure technique was considered a trade secret and was passed from one generation of practitioner to the next. The general public may have heard of and seen the results, but was never privy to the actual method of treatment. Dr. Liezhen Wang, through years of dedicated research and happenstance, received valuable training to this precious technique.

Through years of clinical experience, Dr. Liezhen Wang has perfected the technique and has demonstrated great success for many difficult illness including some cancer patients, cerebral palsy, paraplegia, hemiplegia, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, spondylosis, hypertension, coronary heart disease, atrophy or flaccid, menopausal syndrome, prostate gland enlargement, fatigue syndrome, hepatitis, cirrhosis, gout, depression, hysteria, irregular menstruation, infertility, child autism and hyper-kinetic syndrome.

For people who are suffering from chronic pain or had not received desirable progress from their regular treatment, Dr Liezhen Wang sincerely invites them to consider acupressure treatment so that they can improve their condition and achieve a healthier life style.


4224 Olympic Avenue, San Mateo, California 94403

Phone: 650-578-9652 ,FAX: 650-578-9652, Website: http://www.acupuncture-wang.com