About Xiao Wu
Xiao (Shiao) Wu, OMD
Graduated from the Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine(TCM), China, as a Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine with Medicine Degree in 1984.
This Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine program includes six (6) years of formal training (5 years academic and 1-year postgraduate) in the practice of Chinese Herbology and Acupuncture.
After graduation, an invitation was accepted to join the staff of the largest and most prestigious Acupuncture Institute at the China Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Beijing, China.
The first six months (6) of association with the China Academy was spent on researching, analyzing and editing old traditional Chinese medicine texts as an Assistant Editor of the Ancient Books Publishing House, Beijing.
For more than six (6) years, Dr. Wu worked as a Clinic Physician at the Acupuncture Institute of China Academy of Traditional Chinese medicine, Beijing, China and in addition to the standard practice of Acupuncture and Herbology, Dr. Wu became one of the selected few members of the Institute to have the responsibility to teach Traditional Chinese Medicine at the International Acupuncture Training Center for the World Health Organization (W.H.O.). The students (mostly "Western" Medical Doctors) came from all over the world.
Since arriving in the U.S. in 1990, Dr. Wu has practiced continuously. In 1990 Dr. Wu received her Florida Acupuncturist License. In 1996 she achieved national certification in acupuncture and herbology and in 2000 (since the GA. Law was enacted) her Georgia Acupuncture License.
In order to better serve the American Community, Dr. Wu has continued to broaden and deepen her already rich clinical experience. Despite her busy daily practice, she not only earned a Nutrition degree in 1995 as the class Valedictorian but continues to actively take part in the national and international TCM academic exchanges and conferences every year.
For more than Thirty(30) years of post-graduate experience as a Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine practicing Acupuncture and Herbology, Dr. Wu's rich expertise has drawn patients from different parts of the country and world. Her patients describe her clinic as a small international community. She had appeared on CNN(1996), radios, local communities and Magazines, such as the one on Atlanta Woman Magazine(Jan.2004, see attached article on website). Dr. Wu’s clinical applications have been directed toward a multitude of various conditions including pain control, visceral pathologies and substance abuse (drug, alcohol, smoking and "weight")etc..
- Licensed, Florida Acupuncturist since 1990
- Certification by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncturists and Oriental Medicine (N.C.C.A.O.M.) Washington D.C. for both Acupuncture and Chinese Herbology since 1996.
- Licensed, Georgia Acupuncturist since inception, 2000
- Member, American Association of Oriental Medicine (AAOM)
- Member, Beijing Acupuncture Association
- Member, China Acupuncture Association
- Member, China Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine
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