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Prevent Disease Before Onset


In the philosophy of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), prevention is key to sustaining health and well-being. Before a disease even has a chance to manifest, TCM focuses on maintaining balance and harmony within the body and mind. Through personalized dietary recommendations, emotional well-being practices, and targeted physical exercises, TCM aims to strengthen the body's defenses, ensuring that potential health issues are addressed proactively. This ancient wisdom teaches us that by understanding and taking care of our bodies early, we can prevent diseases from taking root, offering a path to a healthier, more balanced life. Embrace a preventative approach to your health with Chinese Medicine, where care is tailored to keep illness at bay and promote vitality from within.

Jingwen Wu has been a dedicated practitioner in the field of traditional Chinese medicine and acupuncture for 16 years. She graduated from Changchun University of Chinese Medicine in Changchun City, Jilin Province, where she obtained her bachelor's degree through a comprehensive five-year program. During her university years, Wu received a systematic education in the fundamental theories of traditional Chinese medicine, diagnostic methods, pharmacology, formulation principles, internal medicine, and anatomy, which enabled her to systematically diagnose various diseases.

In the early stages of her career, Wu sought further education and gained experience by working for one year at the acupuncture clinic of Dalian Municipal Hospital. She then spent two years at the acupuncture clinic of Weihai Municipal Hospital, where she accumulated extensive clinical experience. Currently, she has been practicing medicine in the United States for many years.

Wu specializes in using specialized acupuncture techniques to treat a variety of acute and chronic pain conditions, including chronic strains, acute injuries, arthritis, and peripheral neuropathy. Additionally, she focuses on treating symptoms of menopausal syndrome such as hot flashes, sweating, mood swings, irregular heartbeat, and fatigue. Wu is also dedicated to treating anxiety disorders in adults and adolescents and has rich experience in managing insomnia and adolescent menstrual syndrome, among other issues.


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4460 Black Ave Suite C

Pleasanton,CA 94566


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