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413 King George Rd. Suite 205

Basking Ridge, NJ 07920 US

(908) 903-1901

Meet the Acupuncturists

  • Shu Min Liu

    Shu Min Liu has been practicing Acupuncturist in New Jersey Since 2013. Shu Min dedicated traditional Chinese Medicine Professional with an in-depth knowledge of anatomy and medical terminology. Compassionate practitioner who intergrates natural foor remedy, life style coaching into her practice.

    Shu Min is skilled in multiple styles of Acupuncture and Cupping. Traditional Chinese Acupuncture and Japanese Kiiko style Acupuncture.

    She is committed to helping people live happier in the natural way.

    License Number and Education:

    • New Jersey Licensed Acupuncturist (LIC # 25 MZ00100300)
    • National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM)
    • Bachelor of Medicine in Medicing - Capital University of Medicine, Beijing China
    • Master level diploma in Acupuncture - Eastern school of Acupuncture and Traditional Medicine, Montclair NJ

  • Michelle Wu Hung

    Michelle is a licensed acupuncturist in New Jersey and is a nationally certified NCCAOM diplomate. Michelle graduated with a Masters from the Eastern School of Acupuncture and Traditional Medicine in Montclair, New Jersey. She is trained in both traditional Chinese and Japanese Acupuncture. Michelle is fascinated by Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine, thus, she continues to participate in an on-going mentorship with her teachers, along with attending workshops and seminars to continue learning and keep up with the latest information. Prior to her acupuncture studies, Michelle graduated from Rutgers University with a Bachelors of Arts degree. After completing her three years of schooling, Michelle has been practicing Acupuncture for over two years now.

    Michelle is passionate about helping others. As a regular patient of acupuncture, what she loves about acupuncture is that it is natural and holistic. She also believes that with regular acupuncture sessions, it can help a person balance the everyday stressors of life. Michelle says 'Acupuncture is also a great preventative type of therapy because it helps boost your immunity as well as detox your body.' She hopes to use what she has learned to help make a difference and improve the well being of those around her.

    Michelle understands that each person is unique and she will tailor each patient's treatment to their specific condition. Michelle treats a variety of conditions such as acute or chronic pain, seasonal allergies, sinus issues, digestive issues, insomnia, and mental health issues (stress, anxiety, and depression). She can also help speed up the recovery from injury, treat women's health issues, and offer preventative care. Every patient will be treated with the utmost respect. Michelle's goal is to provide thoughtful and compassionate care while empowering her patients to be active participants throughout the healing process.

    License Number and Education:

    • New Jersey Licensed Acupuncturist (LIC # 25 MZ00102900)
    • National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM)
    • Attended Eastern School of Acupuncture, Montclair NJ


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