Acupuncture Infertility Atlanta
Dr. Du has practiced over 25 years, specializing in pain management, headaches,
depression, allergies, infertility and women's health. Call 404-368-6196
Dr. Li Du (Chinese name Du Li) is a Traditional Chinese Medicine Doctor
(TCMD) and an acupuncturist licensed by the State of Georgia (L.Ac). She
has been a professor of oriental medicine in Atlanta and is currently a
board member of the Traditional Chinese Medicine Association of
Georgia. She has over 20 years of experience in the practice of Alternative
Dr. Du graduated from the Tian Jin University of Traditional Chinese
Medicine in China. There she studied both traditional Chinese medicine
and western biomedicine. After receiving her medical degree in 1986, Dr. Du worked in the
University’s First Teaching Hospital. That hospital’s Acupuncture Research Center enjoys
an international reputation for its treatment of apoplexy with acupuncture. During her 14
years at that hospital, Dr. Du treated her patients with a unique combination of western
and eastern medicines and methods. She participated in numerous research projects for
treating stroke, paralysis, prostatitis, gastritis, and colitis patients with acupuncture and
Chinese herb medicine. While at the Tian Jin University, she also served as a Lead Doctor in
teaching traditional Chinese medicine and worked extensively in acupuncture, internal
medicine, and gynecology.
Based on her work and research, Dr. Du has published several research papers on using
acupuncture to treat such problems as chronic gastritis, stroke, migraine headaches,
chronic fatigue syndrome, and prostatitis.
Since moving to Atlanta in 2000, Dr. Du has worked with many other medical doctors and
health providers in treating patients. For four years Dr. Du was a professor at Edgewood
College of Oriental Medicine in Atlanta and guided students in clinical practice. Now she
concentrates on treating private patients and specializes in Acupuncture, Chinese herb
medicine, Acupressure, Tui Na Medical Massage, Auricular Therapy, Gua Sha, and cupping
therapy. Dr. Du’s goal is to help people with illnesses and disabilities to regain balance and
happiness in their lives.
Doctor Du Li was teaching in First Teaching Hospital of Tianjin university of TCM, In China.
National Clinic Research Center of Acupuncture.
Our Therapy Style
Tui Na Message (a combination of acupressure and medical massage)
Chinese herb medicine
Conditions treated by Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine
Back and Disc Problems
Colds, Cough and Flu
Carpal Tunnel syndrome
Digestion or intestine
Eye. Ear throat problem
Face & Skin Rejuvenation
Muscle Aches, Sprains and Strains
At Atlanta Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine, we are dedicated to bringing health and
healing to our patients. Our licensed acupuncture doctors have over 20 years of experience
in the field. Give us a call today to find out how we can help you return to optimal health
and wellness! Telephone: 404-368-6196
Initial consultation $40
Acupuncture treatment $75
Electrical Stimulation $10/Add
6 visit acupuncture treatment package 10% off
Payment is expected at the time of service. We do not bill any insurance directly. Please
contact your insurance company to determine eligibility and coverage. for the patients
whose insurance policy covers acupuncture service, we will provide the necessary
information for you to receive reimbursement from your insurance company.
Treatment of Stroke with Acupuncture By Du Li, LAc, OMD
A stroke is a "brain attack" that happens when blood flow suddenly stops. Stroke is the
major form of cerebrovascular disease, or CVD, and is usually caused by long term
hypertension or diabetes.
1. Stroke caused by a blockage in the artery supplying blood to a particular region of
the brain (called cerebral infarction).
2. Stroke caused by bleeding within the brain (called intracerebral hemorrhage). In
addition, some people experience brief warning signals that a major stroke could
happen in the near future. The medical term to describe these symptoms is transient
ischemic attack or TIA. Sometimes TIA symptoms are called a mini-stroke because
symptoms are exactly like a stroke, but they last only a few minutes (or sometimes
as long as an hour) and leave no disability.
A disruption in blood flow cuts off oxygen to the cells in a part of the brain and cells
without oxygen begin to die. Damage to various parts of the brain can cause slurred speech;
deviation of the mouth and eye; paralysis; weak movement in the arms and legs; or
numbness and tingling in the limbs. Strokes cause immediate death or shortened lifespan.
Inflammation around the area of the stroke causes further injury to brain tissue as the body
tries to heal itself. Stress, depression, anxiety, impaired memory and worsening of medical
illnesses are very common complications. In medical circles the neurological, physical and
emotional consequences of strokes are considered difficult to treat.
After a stroke, Western medical science relies on the use of anticoagulants, diabetes or
blood pressure control, and protection against secondary bacterial infection. In, neuro-
protective medications to prevent secondary damage caused by the brain’s healing process
are more commonly used. In, my practice as a doctor specializing in acupuncture was
devoted mainly to stroke rehabilitation. I usually treated 15-30 hospital patients per day. In
my experience, the use the acupuncture is very effective in the rehabilitation of stroke
patients. But if acupuncture treatments start right away, the results are better.
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