Dr. Fengshan Zhu, L.Ac. O.M.D.
Dr. Fengshan Zhu is a certified and licensed acupuncturist and herbalist, and is a professor at Amasia Acupuncture College, where he currently resides in Seattle, Washington. Dr. Zhu has 43 years of experience in the field of Chinese medicine and acupuncture from 1968 to present.
He began his clinical training with his two uncles in 1968-1969 at their clinic and has had systemic and full time regular professional training at Liaoning university of Traditional Chinese Medicine, taking courses from 1970-1974. After practicing as a physician for 5 years at the University Hospital in Liaoning, China, Dr. Zhu went on to higher level full-time training for 3 years and was in the first group of postgraduates ever trained at the University of Liaoning of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China in 1974. He received his Master's degree from the China Academy of Chinese Medicine Sciences in Beijing, China, in 1982.
He has traveled, taught and practiced worldwide throughout his career, in countries such as Kuwait, New Zealand, Malaysia, Japan, Singapore, Thailand and various cities throughout the United States. In 1996, he received the distinguished Gold Medal Award from the World Health Organization in New York for his extraordinary work in acupuncture and herbs, and published 8 books in his professional field. His academic achievements are covered in “Contemporary Famous Doctors of T.C.M.” in 1990 and is also in the “The Collection of World Famous Doctors" in 1996.
The Amasia Clinic
Amasia Acupuncture and Herbs Center is an integrative Chinese Medical Therapeutic Service Clinic, owned and run by Dr. Fengshan Zhu L. Ac., O.M.D.. Dr. Zhu is Board certified and a licensed acupuncturist and herbalist at the national level and state level in both Washington and California since 1997. In 2010, Dr. Dion Zhu, D.C. has joined Dr. Fengshan Zhu at Amasia offering Western Chiropractics in addition to what Dr. Fengshan Zhu offers. For information about Chiropractor Dr. Dion Zhu, visit the Chiropractic page.
Dr. Fengshan Zhu and his clinic has been approved for an apprenticeship program with the Health Department of Washington state since 2006. The clinic has two ways of providing training for both the study of acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine: one through Amasia Acupuncture College, and the other is to follow him in clinical practice as an apprentice at Amasia Acupuncture and Herbs Center. Once the apprentice has done either of the two things stated above, they would be able to be a candidate for taking the examination for getting licensed as an acupuncturist.
Dr. Fengshan Zhu and one of his professors of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Dr. Zhu with a previously infertile patient and her children.
Dr. Zhu in front of the New Zealand hospital he was sent to by Liaoning University.
Dr. Zhu teaching university class in China.
The grand opening of his first clinic in Seattle in 1997.
Dr. Zhu as a speaker at a TCM conference, presenting his research.
Chinese Herbs used by Dr. Zhu at his Amasia Clinic.
Statue of one of the greatest herbalists and acupuncturists in Chinese History, Li Shizhen, at Dr. Zhu's school in Liaoning.
Dr. Zhu teaching acupuncture to students of Amasia Acupuncture College.
Nurses who worked with Dr. Zhu in the Kuwait hospital.
An old picture of Dr. Zhu's class in China.