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Daniel Yi is a practitioner of TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine). He is nationally board certified diplomate of Acupuncture and Chinese Herbs in the United States. He is board licensed in the states of New York and New Jersey.

Daniel graduated from the University of Kansas with a B.A. degree in Human Biology/Pre-med in 1999. He then moved to China and lived there for 7 years to pursue his passion in Chinese medicine. He graduated from the ‘Beijing University of Chinese Medicine’ in Beijing, China in 2006. It’s a rigorous 5-year program concentrating on acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine and Tuina massage therapy. Upon his return to the U.S., Daniel has been working diligently to provide the best possible TCM care to the local community.

Daniel finished his acupuncture studies under professor Xuewu Li (affiliated with Guoyitang clinic in Beijing). Professor Li is considered to be one of the ‘Top 100 TCM practitioners’ in China. Daniel has a unique approach when it comes to pain management. He is an advocate of AcuNa therapy, which combines acupuncture and Tuina massage therapy to treat musculoskeletal issues. Although he is able to treat a wide range of issues effectively, he specializes in problems associated with the neck, the lower back, the shoulders and the knees.

Daniel also specializes in TCM Dermatology. He uses oral herbal medicine, herbal bathing solutions, herbal ointments and acupuncture to treat various diseases such as Acne, Eczema, Psoriasis, neurodermatitis, seborrheic dermatitis, rosacea, atopic dermatitis.

Daniel finished his herbal medicine studies to treat dermatological issues under professor Jingyan Huang (former department head of the TCM Dermatology Department at Sino-Japan Friendship Hospital in Beijing). Professor Huang is one of the six apprentices of Professor Bingnan Zhao, the founder of modern-day TCM dermatology. With over 40 years of clinical experience and several notable publications, Professor Huang is considered to be one of the best in the field.

Over the recent years, Daniel has been focusing on and specializing in weight loss. Weight loss without the so called ‘Yo-Yo phenomenon’ could be achieved safely through oral herbal medicine, acupuncture and dietary counseling.