Dr. David Dehui Wang received his MD in traditional Chinese medicine from the Jiangxi College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 1985, and then taught and practiced in the Fujian College of TCM. After receiving an advanced medical degree from the China Academy of TCM in 1990, he taught, conducted research and practiced Chinese medicine and Western medicine as an attending doctor at the Guang-An-Men Hospital in Beijing, China. Later, he obtained his Ph.D. in Chinese internal medicine from China Academy of Chinese Medical Science.
Dr. Wang came to the US in 1995 to teach at the International Institute of Chinese Medicine in Santa Fe, New Mexico. After leaving Santa Fe, Dr. Wang designed and established the first Master’s degree-level professional acupuncture program in the state of Ohio, where he is also the co-founder and president of the Ohio Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. He provides academic leadership, training and guidance as a clinical assistant professor in the college of medicine at Ohio State University, and was the former Dean of Oriental Medicine at the American Institute of Alternative Medicine in Columbus.
Dr. Wang brings 30 years of experience to his roles as TCM practitioner and instructor. He has published books and articles on TCM theory and clinical practice, and is NCCAOM-certified in Acupuncture, Herbology and Asian Bodywork Therapy.