Acupuncture In New York, NY


Welcome to New York Acupuncture Services

Dr. Hongxing Wang, licensed acupuncturist, MD in China, has been practicing acupuncture, herbal medicine and integrative medicine for over 30 years.
He has developed well-respected reputation in the field, and he has achieved great success in helping tens of thousands of patients by using acupuncture only.

He specializes in Immune Disorder,  Allergy, Anxiety, Insomnia, Women’s Hormone imbalance, Infertility and IVF support, Sports Injury, all Pain Management, Weight loss Program, Facial Rejuvenation and Energy Enhancement.

NYOH Acupuncture Clinic cares about your health.
We formulate your plans, and provide you immediate-result and longer-lasting effective treatments.

Dr. Hongxing Wang says:

I always tend to stand on my patients’ side to understand and sympathetically share their worries as well as their happiness through my healing programs. I carefully listen to their health concerns, discuss detailed treatment protocols. After conferring with my patients, I apply multiple traditional modalities and advanced manipulating techniques.

In more than three decades of practice as a chief physician in China and an acupuncturist in the U.S., I have worked successfully with many patients to resolve their health issues, including terminally-ill or critical conditions. They came to me and expected miracles for their last hope. Yes! Many of them tell me I have “golden hands” and miraculous results do happened to them.


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