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Dongyun Liang, AP, DOM

Dr. Dongyun Liang is an NCCA certified and Florida State licensed Acupuncture physician. She has over 30 years of experience in clinical medicine and research. Dr. Liang combines traditional Chinese medicines principles (Yin-Yang five elements, acupuncture meridians) with Western medicine theories (infectious disease, organ-based system) in her diagnosis and treatment. She specializes in treating infertility, hormonal disorder, menopause, allergy, and auxillary treatment for cancer using acupuncture and traditional Chinese herbal medicine.

Dr. Liang received an MD degree in traditional Chinese medicine from Shandong TCM University in China in 1982. Dr. Liang has held many prestigious positions in the past, including professor of the Chinese Medicine Institute in Miami, as well as director and professor of the Chinese Medicine Department in the Cardiothoracic Hospital in Shandong, China. She has published over 30 articles in various international journals, and her research article titled “Using scalp needles to treat post-stroke syndromes” received the highest gold award in the “First International Conference and Exposition of Distinguished Doctors and Significant New Developments in Chinese Medicine” in Los Angeles in 1996.


Zhong Li, AP, DOM

Dr. Zhong Li is an NCCA certified and Florida State licensed Acupuncture physician. He has over 30 years of clinical experience, especially in acupuncture for pain management and muscular disorders. With acupuncture, Dr. Li can alleviate pain and numbness due to cervical spondylotic radiculopathy, avascular necrosis, back and leg pain, sciatic pain. He also specializes in using scalp needles to treat post-stroke syndrome and Parkinson’s disease.

Dr. Zhong Li received his MD degree from Shandong Medical School in China, 1982 and subsequently worked for 20 years in the Jinan First City Hospital, where he held the position of professor and director of the orthopedics department. In 1993, with the invitation from the Acupuncture Association of Singapore, Dr. Li partook a fellowship training on using acupuncture and Qigong to treat avascular necrosis and back and leg pain. In 1996, he began teaching part-time at the Shandong TCM University and in 1999, he received full Professorship. Dr. Li has joined Oriental Therapy Center in 2000.