jING rIVER aCUPUNCTURE AWAKENS YOUR SELF-AWARENESS

ALLOWING YOU TO ACT FROM YOUR CENTER OF TRUTH


Jing River Acupuncture and Traditional Medicine Clinic is a professional Chinese Medicine/acupuncture clinic in the Minneapolis/St Paul area.  It specializes in treating a variety of neurological, musculo-skeletal, and many other conditions including stroke recovery, Parkinson’s disease, Alzeimer’s disease, ALS, MS (Multiple Sclerosis), migraine, low back pain, joint pain, TMJ, headache, infertility, depression, chronic fatigue and many others.  Combining acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine, Jing River Acupuncture and Traditional Medicine Clinic practitioner Dr. Xiangdong Yu has achieved remarkable results for the past 25 years.  Trained both in Chinese Traditional Medicine and Western Medicine (Ph.D. in neurology and geriatrics from Shandong University of TCM), Dr. Yu has over 20 years of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) practice in China and Minnesota.  His rich experience and great skills in TCM have made him a highly sought-after doctor in the Twin Cities area.

Jing River is located in Edina, Woodbury and Hastings.  For more information please call one of the office locations or send us an email.

 


Professional Services

Jing Rive Acupuncture and Traditional medicine clinics offer a variety of professional services that help you achieve your health goals. We provide Chinese medicine Pattern diagnosis, Acupuncture, Chinese herbs, Cupping, Five elements music therapy and electric needle stimulation in our clinic.


Convenient locations

Jing River Acupuncture and Traditional Medicine is located in Edina, Woodbury and Hastings.  For more information please call one of the office locations or send us an email.


Amazing Results

Where do we deliver the most? In our patient’s results. Using the traditional Chinese therapeutic modalities of acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine we focus on the balance of the body and the emotions harmony, stimulate the body’s own healing capabilities and relieve the symptoms of disease by attending to the individual’s distinct presentation of illness and discomfort.