Changping Yao, CMD, L. Ac.
Changping Yao received a MD degree from Tongji Medical University in China in 1982. She worked with a much respected traditional Chinese medicine practitioner for many years. Later, she came to the U.S. and received further training of acupuncture and oriental medicine at the Maryland Institute for Traditional Chinese Medicine (MITCM).
Changping Yao has received training from Dr. Zhiliang Huo and acquired his Five Needle Qi Gong Scalp Acupuncture techniques in his seminars and his clinic in Florida. She has successfully used these techniques and Dr. Huo's herbal formulas to treat Parkinson’s disease and other ailments with very good results.
Changping Yao has also worked as a research scientist in many research projects at both Bowman Gray School of Medicine in North Carolina and Walter Reed Army Institute of Research in Washington DC. Those projects were mostly related with brain injury, neuronal toxicity and brain degeneration.
Dr. Zhiliang Huo
Dr. Zhiliang Huo is a natinal-wide well known acupuncturist, currently practices acupuncture in Winrer Park, FL. Dr Huo graduated from Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 1980. He served as an orthopedic surgeon, an acupuncturist and the chief of the Department of Acupuncture, Trauma and Chinese Massage in a hospital in Shanghai, China for more than 10 years. After he moved to the U.S., Dr.Huo invented Five Needle Qi Gong Scalp Acupuncture and Qi Gong Needling technique for treating Parkinson’s disease and shaking syndromes with great success. His techniques can be applied to treating cancers and other obstinate diseases as well. Dr. Huo's knowledge, experience, compassion and unique ability makes him an outstanding acupuncturist in the U.S.