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Henry Jun Wah Lee, L.Ac. is a Physician of Chinese Medicine. He is a Licensed Acupuncturist, Chinese herbalist, Medical Qigong instructor and Eastern Nutritionist.

More than just treating diseases, Henry promotes preventive health, wellness, and patient empowerment.


  • Pain Management
  • Stress Management
  • Insomnia and Sleep Disorders
  • Headaches
  • Fertility
  • Sports Medicine
  • Food and Nutrition
  • Wellness and Longevity
  • Holistic Life Coaching

Chinese Medicine
Chinese Medicine is a comprehensive health care system that dates back thousands of years. It has survived the test of time and the vast amount of accumulated clinical experience has enabled it to grow and evolve. Today, hundreds of millions of people around the world enjoy the benefits of Chinese Medicine.

Chinese Medicine can treat a wide range of diseases and medical conditions, including all kinds of physical aches and pains, headache, insomnia, stress, depression, anxiety, gynecological issues, digestive conditions, infertility, erectile dysfunction, allergies, colds, flu, and much more. Studies have shown it to be an effective complement to conventional medicine in the treatment of serious illnesses such as cancer and HIV. It also can provide relief for chronic conditions that are difficult to treat by Western medicine alone.

Chinese medicine is also often used to maintain good health. Just as you would take your car in regularly for maintenance to keep it running smoothly, coming in for regular Chinese Medicine treatments can help you live a longer, healthier and happier life. Athletes like Jerry Rice, Michael Phelps, Maria Sharapova and Shaquille O’Neal use Chinese Medicine to improve performance, reduce recovery time, and prevent sports injuries.

Within each of us are meridians, or channels, through which energy (Qi) flows. Similar to the messenger pathways of our nervous and circulatory systems, these meridians act as conduits for energetic passage. When these passage ways become blocked, we get sick. With the use of hair-thin needles on specific anatomical points, Acupuncture helps regulate the flow of these meridians, open blocked channels, and promote a state of health.

Chinese Herbal Medicine
Chinese Herbs have been studied and formulated for thousands of years. Herbs are prescribed in formulas (combinations of herbs) that are specifically designed for the unique needs of each individual. Herbal medicine is a large part of Chinese medicine that is very effective on its own or together synergistically with acupuncture, nutrition and medical Qi Gong.

Medical Qi Gong
Medical Qi Gong (energy work) are exercises for self healing and disease prevention. They have been developed and handed down various lineages for millennia. There are literally thousands of forms, each used to heal specific health conditions, open meridian blockages, balance internal organ energies, and increase overall well being.

Medical Qi Gong are simple, low-stress, effective exercises, which can be broken down into meditation-based forms, movement-based forms, Qi guiding forms or a combination of all three. These exercises are accessible to most people regardless of age or physical fitness.

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