- NYOH Acupuncture Clinic141 E 55th Street, Suite 9D
New York, NY 10022
Mon 10:00AM to 7:00PM Wed 10:00AM to 7:00PM Fri 3:00PM to 7:00PM Sat 10:00AM to 5:00PM
5.0Based on 4 ReviewsYoung K.2017-01-27 10:30:45I went to Dr. Wang for a neurological condition I have been dealing with for 20 years along with the terrible attention deficit that is comorbid with the...Ana G.2014-08-20 17:31:14I have been to this location a couple times. The Dr is the best, on my first visit he made me feel welcome and like I was in good hands. I had never been to...Peter D.2013-05-09 07:45:38Dr. Wang is an excellent doctor, because he truly cares about his patients well being and delivers great results. I had a very painful problem in my lower...
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