Our acupuncture therapies and herb remedies have been proven effective for a wide range of illnesses from common cold, cough, sinusitis, allergies, gout, neck/back/knee pain, asthma, menopausal symptoms, to complicated health conditions, such as arthritis, heart diseases, insomnia, infertility, depression, ADHD, diabetes, obesity, and other chronic conditions.
youngQi clinic is led by Andy Lee, L.Ac, PhD EE Stanford, MBA UC Berkeley. He was the most appraised apprentice of the renowned Classical Chinese Medicine master Ni Hai-Hsia. youngQi physicians offer patients root cause diagnosis, followed by a treatment plan that includes acupuncture, herbal medicine, and lifestyle recommendations. Our team consists of experienced Chinese Medicine practitioners who specialize in many different conditions, from simple gout and allergies to challenging cases such as lupus and type I diabetes. We operate an herb room for our patients’ convenience and use lab-tested high-quality herbs from trusted sources. Our successes in treating many hard-to-treat illnesses have attracted many patients to seek our help. We are very grateful for your trust, and will continue to try our best and help you be well and live better. Drop us a line if you have any medical concern, or call us to make an appointment at (650) 917-2355. Our office is conveniently located at 2905 Stender Way, Suite #82, Santa Clara, CA 95054.CLICK HERE TO TAKE A QUICK TOUR OF OUR CLINIC!
Root Cause Diagnosis youngQi physicians help you track down the root cause of your health issues rather than beat around the bush and treat the symptoms. By identifying key areas to watch and tre...Read More
Andy Lee, PhD MBA L.Ac, Founder & CEO Dr. Andy Lee is a renowned expert in revolutionizing medical practices with advanced technology. He brought his top intelligence and years' scientific tr...Read More
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