Dr. Gangyi Dong11-horse

DOM, L. Ac, L. OM

  • Chinese Physician Acupuncture Specialist  
  • American National Board Certified                     

Provide Acupuncture and Herbology in West Chester, PA

  • 40 years integrated Chinese and Western Medicine clinical experience
  • Licensed in Pennsylvania state and NCCAOM certified for more than 30 years
  • Skilled in treating diverse conditions and diseases
  • Acupuncture, herbal formulas, nutritional supplements
  • Lifestyle consultant, exercise/fitness advisor, etc.
  • Dedicated to the profession, Devoted to the patients
  • Excellent clinical attitude

 

                                    Our Goal

    Our goal is to bring harmony (balance) to everyone who comes into our office. Every system in the universe is in constant movement – the ultimate goal of this movement is to reach balance and harmony. When balance is stable, then harmony exists, and the whole system runs smoothly without any issue. This appears in the universal law, the law that also governs the human body. Balance represents health and happiness.

    When imbalance occurs, people begin to feel discomfort and “sick,” and disease occurs. They will look for  a doctor’s help to restore that balance – through medications, surgery, exercise, diet and therapy. In our office, we like to use the natural way to push the body back into harmony, employing methods such as acupuncture, herbal therapy and diet supplements. These techniques are proven to be safe, gentle and effective. We also try to coordinate with all other health professionals, such as internists, surgeons, gynecologists, physical therapists, chiropractors, etc. to complement one another’s expertise in restoring our patients’ balance and health.

 

***Little Story About the Human Model in the Upper-Right Corner***

    This acupuncture model is made of copper, dating from the Song Dynasty (1027 AD) in China. The Chief Officer of the Central Government’s Administration of Medicine, Dr. Wang Weiyi, was tasked to create this acupuncture model as a test for medical students. The copper model is hollowed, with very small holes at every acupuncture point along 14 meridians. At test time, the whole body of the model would be covered in wax and filled with water. The students were asked to find certain treatment points on the model, and then insert the acupuncture needles into the points. If the insertion was correct, then after withdrawing the needle, water would flow out. Today, the original model is housed at the Chinese History Museum in Beijing.

 

** Horse pictures are Chinese brush painting, done by Dr. Dong, that is his hobby **

 

 

Gangyi Dong, OMD
1505 McDaniel Drive
West Chester, PA 19380



Office: 610-430-6211
Fax: 610-896-7254