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Wu Healing Center

Ming Wu

Wu Healing Center

Ming Wu, PhD
45 S Main St, Ste 100, West Hartford
[email protected]

Summary/services offered:
Dr. Ming Wu is a master herbalist with decades of experience treating patients with Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). At his West Hartford center, he offers patients a variety of TCM healing modalities such as herbal therapy, Tui Na acupressure, qigong, Tong Ren, quantum energy healing, cupping and tai chi instruction, among others.

What drew you to the profession?
Dr. Wu is a 20th generation TCM practitioner from China. He has studied TCM since he was 7 years old and began learning the various techniques from his father at an early age. The Fengyang TCM system he practices has been practiced in China for more than 1,700 years.

How does your work differ from others in your profession?
Dr. Wu embodies the principles he teaches others, leading by example and continually seeking to learn. He says it is a lifetime of learning that allows him to help his patients; he always wants to know what else he can do for them. New services and techniques will always be offered at the center.

What should someone expect from working with you?
Patients can expect a practitioner who will take a careful and detailed assessment of their health concerns and partner with them on their journey. Different TCM modalities may be used as needed. The path to wellness will likely include qigong and tai chi movement, herbal remedies, as well as diet and positive lifestyle changes.

What is most important for Natural Awakenings’ readers to know?
Dr. Wu loves teaching tai chi and qigong and invites readers to experience these ancient practices with him during one of the weekly classes offered at the center or one of the upcoming workshops. See ad, page 5.

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