Welcome to Guanhu Yang's Acupuncture Clinic!


We have moved our Cincinnati (Blue Ash) Office to 5887 Cornell Rd, Unit 4, Blue Ash, Ohio, 45242
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    Guanhu Yang was trained at Zhejiang Traditional Medical College and Nanjing Traditional Chinese Medical University in China. There he received his Chinese medical degrees. Guanhu's training included both modern western medicine and traditional Chinese medicine. Upon graduation, Guanhu worked as an Assistant Professor and Professor at the Medical College of Wenzhou, P.R. of China. Guanhu engaged in both high quality research and clinical work in traditional Chinese medicine (acupuncture and herbology).

    In 1993, Guanhu joined the staff of Toyama Medical and Pharmaceutical University of Japan and worked on the research of diabetes. From there Guanhu went to the Kanazawa Medical University of Japan and completed his Ph.D. degree in lung injury and repair. During that time, Guanhu also practiced Chinese Medicine and acupuncture as the chief acupuncturist at Fujinoki Hospital and Sakurai Hospital in Japan. After compl
etion of his Ph.D., Guanhu decided to continue his research in pulmonary biology at Cincinnati Children's Hospital. Guanhu has been certified by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM), and he was certified by the Ohio State Medical Board as an Acupuncturist. Since his achievement of certification, Guanhu has opend two Clinic in Cincinnati and Mason, Ohio to practice acupuncture. For more information about Guanhu and his practice, please refer to his Curriculum Vitae.




News
08/12
The new patient form is now uploaded

03/09
Guanhu was featured on Western-Star and Dayton Daily News' Feburary Article, Curing Pain With Needles

02/09
Guanhu was recently interviewed by Angie's List Magazine and was featured on their Feburary article
Angie's List



Books Guanhu have published/edited in 2008:

(For complete list of my published/edited books, please refer to my curriculum viate)

My published book in 2008:
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Books I edited and translated in 2008:
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Update: Guanhu's article in Bottom Line, Women's Health is published in July, 08

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