P&C Dragon Acupuncture  In Santa Clarita CA

“Welcome to P&C Dragon Acupuncture in Santa Clarita CA, where Dr.Peng specializes in treating neck pain,low back pain,depression,autoimmune disease and cancer care using acupuncture, herbs, and Traditional Chinese Medicine. Our acupuncture clinic is located in Santa Clarita, for easy access from Valencia,Saugus,Newhall,Castaic,Canyon Country,Stevenson Ranch and other North Los Angeles neighborhoods.”

“Suffering from Chronic Illnesses? Have you been diagnosed incurable? Tired of Medication addiction? I will treat you precisly and holistically, which encompasses the body, mind, and soul, as a whole. More importantly,Dr.Peng focus on treating the root of the problem, not merely symptoms. Like most of my previous patients you will recieve the highest quality treatment, and results.”

 Why is P & C Dragon Acupuncture the right choice ?

To get the best results from acupuncture, choosing the right acupuncturist is the key. What sets us apart are our acupuncturist’s exceptional credentials, expertise and many the special features that our practice has to offer.

Highest Medical Education

Dr.Peng is a California licensed Acupuncturist who earned his MD degree and Chinese Medical Doctor degree from China Medical University in 1992.He came to the U.S in 2008 as an adjunct professor at Shepherd University and Dongguk University of Oriental Medicine in Los Angeles. Acupuncturists with MD degree background and high-leveled Chinese medical education are very rare in the United States. Because of the specific complicity of human body, the broad spectrum of diseases and the rich medical knowledge, extensive medical education is essential to becoming an outstanding acupuncture doctor.

Rich Experience

Chinese medicine and acupuncture is a clinical-experience based medicine. It requires years of practice to become an excellent acupuncture practitioner. It takes an even longer time to become an acupuncture expert and master. Dr.Peng has over 24 years experience of teaching,researching,practicing Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture .

Exceptional High Qualifications

Dr. Peng has been an adjunct professor in Dongguk University of Oriental Medicine and Shepherd University in Los Angeles. He has trained thousands of Chinese medicine and acupuncture doctors and has also taught continued-education courses for acupuncturists. In addition, he also has published journal articles.

Expertise in Difficult Medical Problems

To treat difficult medical problems, it requires that the medical provider not only has high education and rich experiences, but they also need to catch up with the latest medical advances. The theory and practice of soft tissue injury and disorder is a brand new medical area, and many difficult medical problems are found to be closely related to the soft tissue injury and disorder. Dr.Peng has extensive knowledge in soft tissue injury and disorders. With our unique acupuncture techniques, we have made many “untreatable” medical problems become treatable, and have helped thousands of patients that traditional acupuncture treatments have failed to treat.

 

If you would like to know why our unique acupuncture techniques are different, you are welcome to call us to schedule a free consultation, or call us to schedule your next appointment

 

Serving Areas: Los Angeles County: Santa Clarita (Valencia, Saugus, Canyon Country, Newhall), Stevenson Ranch, Castaic, Acton, Sylmar, San Fernando Valley (Granada Hills, Northridge, Chatsworth), Palmdale, Lancaster,.

 

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