Qingguo Shang received her medical degrees in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and Western medicine from China. Her rich career includes a physician and an assistant professor in Beijing, China, a research scientist at U.S. National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, a clinical assistant professor at Marshall University, and a visiting lecturer at West Virginia University. She has been intensively participating in the research projects and had publications on pain management, internal and pediatric medicine.
Qingguo has taught and practiced acupuncture and Oriental Medicine for 30 years. Her patients include senior diplomats and government leaders, renowned scientists, scholars and artists, as well as the public. A Diplomate in Acupuncture (NCCAOM) and Licensed Acupuncturist in Ohio and West Virginia, she has practiced in West Virginia and Ohio since 1996 with Charleston Area Medical Center (CAMC), the Prestera Center, and other hospitals and medical facilities. She has been featured in local newspapers, radios and TVs for her successful treatments and become one of the most recognized acupuncturists in the region.
- Diplomate in Acupuncture (NCCAOM)
- West Virginia Board Certified Oriental Medical Doctor
- Ohio Registered Acupuncturist
- Clinical Assistant Professor, Marshall University
- Visiting Lecturer, West Virginia University
- Over 30 year's clinical experience in the United States and China
- Trained in Western and Oriental medicine
- Featured in TV and newspapers for successful treatments
- Offers full line of Oriental medical services