From West to East, from a MD to a Nurse Assistant, RN then Acupuncturist, with 30+ years in Medical field, Ming still loves to help people who need medical attention.
Growing up in China, Ming completed her medical studies at the Guilin Medical College where she was trained in both Western and Chinese Medicine in 1981. She then practiced as a medical doctor for five years in a clinic and Teaching Hospital of Guilin Medical College before she left her country.
Ming learned Pediatric Tuina (Acupressure) from her aunt in QingDao City when she was a high school student. With this technique, she was able to help her pediatric clients. In the U.S. at the nursing school, Ming worked as a nurse assistant in a nursing home and also did home care sitting.
After she finished nursing school, Ming worked as a registered nurse in a hospital Neonatal Intensive Care Unit from 1993-2007. Ming started her Chinese Medicine practice since 2003. With her unique experience, Ming developed a vision to view medical conditions through both Western and Eastern viewpoints and also through a doctor’s and a nurse’s eyes.
Ming holds a Master of Science in Oriental Medicine from the Academy of Oriental Medicine in Austin and a Diploma in both Acupuncture and Chinese herbal Medicine with the National Commission for the Certification of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. She is licensed as an acupuncturist by the Texas State Board of Medical Examiners. Ming’s mission is to provide professional courteous service and quality workmanship to every client.
When not in the office, Ming enjoys gardening, reading, and writing blog in Chinese. She also loves to travel.