About Us

Dr. Lei-Lei Wang is the founder of Acupuncture and

Herbal Medicine Healthcare located in Princeton Junction of New Jersey, in the township of West Windsor of Mercer County.


The positive experience of her family and herself with acupuncture and herbal modalities, including recovery from post surgery, pain elimination from tennis elbow, and weight reduction has led her to explore the profoundness of Chinese medicine. Her goal as an acupuncturist is to combine acupuncture treatments with herbs, nutrition supplements, and proper physical exercises to help patients with their health issues.
She is certified in Acupuncture and Herbology by the "National Certification Commision for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine" and a Licensed Acupuncturist and Oriental Medicine practitioner in the states of New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and California. She graduated from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine with a Doctor of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine (DACM) and a Master Degree of Oriental Medicine (MSTOM) after receiving solid academic and practical training in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) including Acupuncture, Herbs, Eastern Nutrition and other treatment modalities. In addition to regular academic training, she is the translator for the book titled "Harmonic of Qi" published in 2019 (ISBN-9781074024482) which provides a different perspective to llok at blood circulation in a human body and its association with energy, blood in Chinese medicine with relationship to meridians, acupuncture points and internal organs.  She was an intern at the well-known Huang Qi Chinese Medicine Hospital located at Kaohsiung, Taiwan where she had the opportunity to treat patients with variety of medical problems and further enhance her knowledge and experience. She also received the Acupuncture and Moxibustion training at Beijing TCM Training Center of the World Federation of Acupuncture and Moxibustion Societies (WFAS) (a Non-Governmental Organization in relations with World Health Organization), sponsored by State Administration of TCM, People’s Republic of China. 
Her licenses and certifications can be verified through license verification.
Aside from her regular private practices, she volunteers and provides community services sponsored by non-for-profit organizations such as “Tzu Chi International Medicine Association” (http://tima.us.tzuchi.org/tima/home.nsf/home/index). She also has a strong passion to promote Oriental Medicine, as shown by the classes she taught  at the “Princeton Chinese Language School” (http://www.pcls.org/) and Eastern School of Acupuncture and Traditional Medicine (http://www.easternschool.com/) while maintaining her private practice.


She was a member of the “Women’s Club for the Central New Jersey Chinese-American Association” where she once served as a Chairperson in 1998, to provide strong support to the “Womanspace, Inc.”  (http://www.womanspace.org/ ) in Mercer County, New Jersey for an array of services to women in crisis. She was also a strong supporter for the “Everybody’s Children Foundation in New Jersey” for foster parents to provide for the needs of children residing in group homes.



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