Welcome to Chinese Acu-Therapy Center

 

Dr. Yaofeng Hu practices Acupuncture and Tuina (traditional Chinese Medical Acupressure) in Santa Monica, specializing in treating acute, chronic spine and joint pain. He has offered unique acupuncture and traditional Tuina to resolve his patients' pain for over 25 years. Dr. Hu has developed his own unique techniques, which he customizes to each individual patient in order to meet their specific needs.


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Experienced

 

Dr. Hu practiced for 10 years in China before receiving his PhD (Doctor of Acupuncture) in the U. S. He has been practicing in Santa Monica for 18 years.

Reputable

 

He has an extensive clientele network and has successfully treated many athletes in the national USA Olympic and NBA teams.

Specialized

 

Dr. Hu specializes in disc and pinched nerve on the spine, Sciatica, rotator cuff pain, tennis and golf elbow, knee and ankle pain. For a full list scroll below.

Well Connected

 

He has specialized in musculoskeletal disorders and has worked closely with many renowned orthopedic doctors in Westside.

 

Dr. Hu specialize in any in soft tissue.

 
 

Neck:

Disc, pinched nerve, pain and numbness that go down to hand or shoulder blade, auto whiplash.

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Lower back:

Disc, pinched nerve, pain and numbness that go down to hip, thigh, knee or toe.

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Head:

Migraine and tension headache. Vertigo and dizziness with vomiting.

 
 

SHOULDER:

Bursitis and tendonitis on biceps, rotator cuff. Frozen shoulder and small tear on rotator cuff.

 

Ankle and foot:

Sprain and strain to the ankle, Tendonitis and bursitis, Plantar facilities.

 

Elbow and wrist:

Tendonitis and bursitis. Lateral epicondylitis (Tennis elbow), medial epicondylitis (Golf elbow). Carpal tunnel syndrome.

 
 

Knee & Thigh:

Pulled hamstring, Tendonitis and Bursitis. Sprain and strain. Knee pain and small tear on meniscus.

 

Rehabilitation:

Severe pain from scar tissue post surgery.

 

Physical Puberty Growing Pain (for Children):

Knee and lower back pain in teenagers going through puberty.