Chinese Scalp acupuncture & Chinese calligraphy handwriting

Services in our clinic

  • Pulse and tongue reading,
  • Physical meridians check up
  • Traditional Chinese acupuncture
  • Chinese Scalp acupuncture
  • Electronic stimulation (if necessary)
  • Ear acupuncture (if necessary)
  • Cupping treatment (if necessary)
  • Chinese Herbal Medicine (if necessary)
  • Chinese Qi Gong and Tai Ji advising 
  • Chinese calligraphy handwriting

Chinese Scalp acupuncture,  sometimes it is called Neuro Acupuncture; Due to its locations and special techniques, it has more stronger stimulation effects on the brain.

Combined with body acupuncture, our services of Chinese scalp acupuncture, or Neuro Scalp Acupuncture, apply to many conditions include neurological disorders (multiple sclerosis, paralysis, post stroke recover, muscle weakness, aphasia, difficult swallowing, cerebral palsy, traumatic brain injury, PTSD, ADHD, autism, Parkinson’s disease, neuro pain, sensation disorders, and other neuropathy disorders),  women’s conditions (infertility, menstruation disorders, PMS, PCOS, menopause syndromes, etc.), ear, nose, throat conditions (nasal allergy, rhinitis, sinusitis, dysphonia, sore throat, tinnitus, Meniere’s disease, dry eyes, etc.), internal medicine disorders (common cold, insomnia, anxiety, stress, depression, fatigue, headache, fibromyalgia, geriatrics disorders, arthritis, diabetes, digestive disorders, acid reflux, diarrhea, constipation, urological problems, etc.), and more.


Chinese calligraphy handwriting

Chinese calligraphy handwriting is widely used in China for rehabilitation in a lot of areas including stroke and autism. A researcher in Hong Kong using Chinese calligraphy handwriting helped a case of rehabilitative awakening of a coma patient after stroke. The calligraphy handwriting training may provide favorable alternative conditions for cognitive rehabilitation.

It is reported that in countries and regions using English or other alphabetic language, the incidence is ranging from 7% to 15%, while much lower in countries and regions speaking Chinese e (a logographic rather than alphabetic writing system)- with the prevalence of dyslexia is 2% to 7%.  According to a research published in Nature, MRI findings showed that Chinese reading entails coherent and orchestrated activities of key neuroanatomical modules relating to orthography, semantics and phonology.

Shan Shi Tu

We  strive to serve the community and the profession with Chinese Herbal Medicine, Chinese Scalp Acupuncture and Chinese body Acupuncture.

WALK MS, Naperville.



Member of National Aphasia Association and affiliated Clinic


PDA provider of National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM).

Scalp teach2018

Member of Acupuncture Corporation of America (ACA) in the Chicago area. With extensive integrated knowledge in medicine, Dr. Wang is able to provide the best possible care for the patients with a wide variety of health conditions.