Restore and balance your health with Long Island’s preeminent acupuncturist, Dr. Liming Zhao.
Garden City Acupuncture was opened in 1998 by Dr. Zhao with the mission of bringing traditional Chinese and Western medicine together to benefit the health and wellness of the community. After studying with many of the best acupuncturists in China and leading medical experts in the United States, Dr. Zhao brings her deep knowledge and expertise to every treatment session and patient at her practice. As a member in good standing of the top professional organizations and a lecturer at leading hospitals, she is a recognized expert in the field of acupuncture and wellness.
A firm believer in the power of natural healing to reinstall health, Garden City Acupuncture is run with the utmost care and respect for every patient treated. Repeat referrals and outstanding references are proof that you are in good hands from the moment you walk in the door.
The foundation of Garden City Acupuncture:
Dr. Liming Zhao, L. Ac.
Dr. Liming Zhao graduated with an MD from Guangdong University Medical College in China. She has been a licensed and board certified acupuncturist in New York State since 1997.
With her deep desire to help others realize the many benefits of traditional acupuncture, she founded the Garden City Acupuncture office in 1998. She practices acupuncture at the Garden City Acupuncture office in Garden City, NY, and Comprehensive Pain Management in Syosset, NY. She is a recognized expert in her field and a faculty member of the New York State Pain Society, where she lectures frequently about acupuncture and alternative medicine to licensed New York State pain management physicians. As well, she is a frequent lecturer on acupuncture and natural nutritional and herbal supplements for health care practitioners at numerous hospitals in Long Island.
Dr. Zhao is highly sought after for her proven acupuncture skills, outstanding treatment outcomes and passion for patient care. Referring physicians and patients don’t hesitate to call her a “miracle worker.”