Our Acupuncturists

Tel: 212-744-0704 or 071066 East 80th St. 1a, NYC, 10075

Junmin Jin, Acupuncturist

With more than 30 years of clinical experience, Dr. Jin is known for successfully managing complex and previously treatment-resistant cases using traditional Chinese style Acupuncture.

Dr. Jin earned his BA of Acupuncture from Zhejiang University of traditional Chinese medicine and MA of Acupuncture from Shanghai University of traditional Chinese medicine in 1980s. After graduation, he joined Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital, which is one of the leading TCM hospitals in China. In 2000, he was invited to work and teach in London, England, where he gained an enormous reputation. In 2010, Dr. Jin came to New York City and started his career here.

Dr. Jin specializes in pain management, women’s health (infertility, PMS), depression, allergies ( including skin allergies ), Bell's Palsy, and stroke recovery.

Dr. Jin is New York State Licensed acupuncturist.


Qing Yang, Acupuncturist

Being an Acupuncturist as well as a scholar engaging in medical research, Qing Yang practices Acupuncture with profound knowledge on internal medicine. Before coming to our office, Qing worked in NYU School of Medicine with more than a dozen research articles published in different Medical Journals.

Originally trained in Shanghai and then a post-doctoral fellow in Saint Louis University, Qing’s more than decade-long medical training in both China and USA allow him to have experience specializing in many symptoms, which include pain management, stress, anxiety, depression, insomnia, and hypertension.

As a person, Qing is warm and accessible. He listens, and patients like his detailed explanations about the treatment plans before treatments.


Shuang Huo, Acupuncturist


Shuang Huo graduated summa cum laude from the Acupuncture Department of Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, a globally leading academic institution of Traditional Chinese Medicine. She is a licensed Acupuncturist both in New York State and New Jersey State. She is board certified in Oriental Medicine (both Acupuncture and Chinese Herbology) from the National Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM).


Shuang has been practicing Acupuncture in Manhattan since 2005. She had worked with a gastroenterologist on Upper West Side for 6 years, where she had seen many patients with digestion disorders, including Irritable Bowel Syndromes, Ulcerative Colitis, SIBO, Crohn's Disease and Celiac Disease. In 2013, Shuang opened Hold Middle Acupuncture office on Upper East Side, since then she has seen thousands of patients coming for different things. She is specialized in women's health (including regulating menstruation, dysmenorrhea, fertility help, postpartum help and perimenopause as well as menopausal symptoms), digestive disorders and Anxiety and Depression.


Shuang believes in building up long-term trust with patients and she is very focused on bringing patients comfort, relief and healing. In her personal life, she is a mother of two living in Westchester. She loves traveling and exercising.