Chinese Medicine works. I would not be going to my own acupuncturist weekly if that did not help me stay balanced. It’s a time for yourself, to reset, tune up, or address issue(s) which impact your daily life.

I love working with my patients. I am honored they chose me to be part of their way toward balance. I am always fascinated by how a person reacts to acupuncture, herbs, and holistic healing. Our energy is so mysterious, beautiful, and ever changing.

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Out of pocket discount $150
Initial Visit: 60 ~ 90 minutes
Follow up visits: 1 hour.
Facial sessions start at $175.

Chinese Medicine is holistic.
I diagnose and treat your whole body / mind / spirit.

For pain of any kind (physical, mental, or emotional) I use a method that creates change within seconds of treatment.
Some other common ailments patients come in with:

  • insomnia
  • stress symptoms
  • adrenal fatigue
  • weight fluctuations
  • fertility
  • physical injury healing
  • digestive imbalance
  • allergy
  • skin disorder
  • safely taper off prescriptive medication

Are you really Dr. Wu?

I have been a practitioner of Chinese Medicine since 2013.  An artist in New York City since earning a BFA, my photographs were exhibited in the Brooklyn Museum of Art, Mary Ryan Gallery, Arsenal Gallery of Central Park and various other venues. I worked as a Production Associate for magazines: Lucky, Vogue, GQ, Conde Nast Traveler to name a few. Before I even graduated from Cooper Union School of Art I began assisting Cai Guo-Qiang, who took me all over the world as his interpreter. We traveled throughout the US, then onto Taiwan, Germany, Austria, culminating in Italy at the Venice Biennale 1999.

When artmaking became more of a digital process, I missed using my hands and began to craft. Recycled cashmere patchwork quilts I made were sold in Barneys New York and other boutiques. In summary I wore many hats in my twenties and thirties. Yet I didn’t find my niche, my spot, a place I felt grounded and rooted.

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