Dr. Shuxi Wang
Registered Acupuncturist, BC
Licensed Acupuncturist, CT USA
Member of China's Acupuncturists Association
Member of UAABC
Dr. Wang graduated from Department of Clinical Sciences of Tianjin Medical University, China in 1986. He was admitted in the Graduate School of Clinical Medicine and studied for the Master's degree of Medicine under the instruction of Professor Yang Huichun, the famous expert of Integrated Traditional Chinese and Western Medicine. Dr. Wang focused his study on the integration of the two different medical paradigms. His major interest was the blood diseases and hematopoiesis. He was awarded the Master's degree of Medicine in 1989. After graduation, Dr. Wang worked in the Department of Integrated Chinese and Western Medicine of the Second Clinical Sciences College of Tianjin Medical University. He studied and worked on difficult cases such as acute stroke, heart attack, renal failure, motor neuron disease, MS and chronic arthritis. He was promoted to Attending Physician in 1991, and the medical director of the department in 1993, leading 67 doctors and nurses. He was invited to McGill University to do research in the field of hematology in 1996. Dr. Wang taught acupuncture, Chinese medicinal herbology, Chinese medicine and western medicine courses in Miami Chinese Medicine Institute in 1997. He moved to Vancouver and practice Chinese medicine in 2001 to now. Dr. Wang is good at diagnosing and treating refractory diseases with acupuncture and modern Chinese medicine with the help of his knowledge of conventional medicine.
Dr. Wang has accumulated enormous clinical experience through his more than twenty years of practice. Especially in the treatments of refractory diseases, he is good at combining the theories of western and Chinese medicine. He can always work out specific and effective treatment plans according to pathogenesis, pathophysiology and clinical features of patients' conditions. In his many years practice, Dr. Wang has treated and cured numerous patients of difficult illnesses, including chronic nephritis, renal failure, nephrotic syndrome, diabetes mellitus, coronary heart disease, atrial fibrillation, sick sinus syndrome, arrhythmias, myocarditis, refractory hypertension, stroke ( hemorrhage, infarction), white matter disease, epilepsy (seizures), acute polyneuritis (Guillain-Barre Syndrome, multiple sclerosis, gastric ulcer, acid reflux, chronic atrophic gastritis, hepatitis B, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, osteoporosis and osteophytes ( bony spurs), sports injuries ( tennis elbow, golf elbow, tendonitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, frozen shoulder) and so on.
Special attention has always been paid by Dr. Wang on health promotion. He believes that prevention should ever be more important than treatment that is only carried out when a person already gets sick. "Treating the undiseased" is one of his practice principles. Based on Chinese medicine theory, he has developed a set of approaches to maintain people's good health. He points out that good health is relied upon good circulation, normally functioning immune system and balanced hormones. they are the three pillars of a person's overall health.
Pain is the most common clinical encounter. Chronic severe pains reduce a person's working ability and quality of life. Dr. Wang invented a special technique of acupuncture that uses point specificity and group needling. With combination of qi massage, the special technique shows great clinical efficacy.
Your health is the most important!