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Dr. Li Du (Chinese name Du Li) is a Traditional Chinese Medicine Doctor (TCMD) and an acupuncturist licensed by the State of Georgia (L.Ac). She has been a professor of oriental medicine in Atlanta and is currently a board member of the Traditional Chinese Medicine Association of Georgia. She has over 20 years of experience in the practice of Alternative Medicine.
Dr. Du graduated from the Tian Jin University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China. There she studied both traditional Chinese medicine and western biomedicine. After receiving her medical degree in 1986, Dr. Du worked in the University’s First Teaching Hospital. That hospital’s Acupuncture Research Center enjoys an international reputation for its treatment of apoplexy with acupuncture. During her 14 years at that hospital, Dr. Du treated her patients with a unique combination of western and eastern medicines and methods. She participated in numerous research projects for treating stroke, paralysis, prostatitis, gastritis, and colitis patients with acupuncture and Chinese herb medicine. While at the Tian Jin University, she also served as a Lead Doctor in teaching traditional Chinese medicine and worked extensively in acupuncture, internal medicine, and gynecology.
Based on her work and research, Dr. Du has published several research papers on using acupuncture to treat such problems as chronic gastritis, stroke, migraine headaches, chronic fatigue syndrome, and prostatitis.
Since moving to Atlanta in 2000, Dr. Du has worked with many other medical doctors and health providers in treating patients. For four years Dr. Du was a professor at Edgewood College of Oriental Medicine in Atlanta and guided students in clinical practice. Now she concentrates on treating private patients and specializes in Acupuncture, Chinese herb medicine, Acupressure, Tui Na Medical Massage, Auricular Therapy, Gua Sha, and cupping therapy. Dr. Du’s goal is to help people with illnesses and disabilities to regain balance and happiness in their lives.