Dr. Li Zhu, L.A.C., O.M.D. works with patients using acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine to correct a wide range of health imbalances. This includes everything from allergies and arthritis to acne and anxiety, chronic pain and cancer to men and women’s health issues.
Dr. Zhu comes from preeminent lineage of Chinese thinkers. He is the 29th descendant of Chu Hsi (Zhu Xi, 1130-1200 A.D. one of the foremost philosophers in China). His naturalistic philosophy of health and medicine that focuses on human body rather than just the disease has been successfully helping and encouraging patients from different countries (China, U.K, U.S, Germany, France, Italy, Russia, Japan, Vietnam, Korea, India, Thailand, Malaysia, Australia, Mexico, Brazil, Laos, Columbia, Ethiopia, Pakistan, South Africa…), from infants to seniors.
During your first visit, Dr. Zhu will help you understand the underlying cause of your symptoms through the length of traditional Chinese medicine. By taking your pulse he will actively listen to the energy flows which constitute your body’s natural state. Depending on your unique situation, Dr. Zhu will help you determine the best mind-body healing approaches. This may include a combination of acupuncture, Qi Gong, Tai Chi, Chinese Tuina Massage, and customized Chinese herbal formulas.
Thank you for visiting our website. We look forward to getting to know you and your needs. We are dedicated to providing holistic natural healing for you and your family to promote harmony, health, and happiness.
Dr. Zhu has been my only doctor for three years. In November my daughter's daycare called and said that my five-year-old was complaining of an ear ache. I didn't realize how serious it was until I arrived and saw her writhing and crying in pain. I quickly phoned Dr. Zhu and headed off in our car. Dr. Zhu saw my daughter in a worse state. She had been crying all through the 45 minute ride downtown and didn't manage to sleep because the pain in her ear was too severe. Dr. Zhu said there was an internal condition that led to her slightly red ear. He stuck one needle in the top of her head and quickly prepared three bags of medicine tea. He advised me that if the medicine did not work I might have to take her to the emergency room. Luckily for me my daughter drank the medicine tea and fell asleep with only a slight complaint of wanting to throw up. The next day she woke up with only a little bit of pain which went away by the middle of the day. This was a headstrong experience because on the traffic ride back during Atlanta rush hour a song came into my head about a woman who had died and I prayed that my daughter would be well.
---T.L Atlanta, GA
December 2, 2015