Work history

  • Acupuncturist and Herbalist in the US, 1997-present at Dr. Na Zhai Clinic. Successfully treat conditions as follows;

1. Acute, chronic, refractory pain. Migraines, headaches,  trigeminal neuralgia, neck-shoulder syndromes, sciatica, back pain, and post-stroke recovery. Patients who have failed Western medical approaches.

2. Chronic conditions, including but not limited, fatigue and insomnia. Sinusitis and asthma.   Diabetes and hypoglycemia. Hypertension. Histoplasmosis. Various digestive syndromes, such as acid reflux, abdominal pain, constipation or diarrhea, chronic or acute colitis or Crohn’disease.

3. Genito-urinary diseases, including but not limited, menopause, and hot flashes. PMS, vaginitis, irregular period and cramps. Morning sickness and urinary incontinence.

4. Mental diseases, including but not limited, anxiety, depression, ADHD, and stress.
 

  • Chief Physician, The First Teaching Hospital of Tianjin TCM University, Tianjin China, 1993 – 1996.
  • Associate Professor, Teaching and supervising Master and Ph.D. 
    Tianjin TCM College, Tianjin China, 1993-1996 
  • Assistant Professor, teaching: TCM internal medicine and acupuncture, Tianjin       TCM College, Tianjin China, 1989-1992 
  • Instructor, Guiyang Medical University, teaching, TCM internal medicine, and acupuncture, 1986-1989
  • Physician in Taiyuan Rail-road Center Hospital, Taiyuan, China. Practice both Western Medicine and TCM Internal Medicine, Acupuncture, 1984-1986

Major Research

1. Acupuncture research on senile heart and cerebrovascular diseases in the clinic setting.

2. Mechanism of acupuncture effect on acute ischemic stroke in rats.

3. Mechanism of acupuncture effect on acute myocardium ischemia in rabbits
Cerebral response to acupuncture stimulation derived from 2-DG Autoradiography in rats.

4. Research on Meridian Essence by Immunohistochemistryy and Electron-microscopy ( Grant awarded National Natural Science Foundation)

5. Acupuncture effect on multi-organ damage caused by acute cerebral infarction observed and analyzed through electron microscope.