Mr. Tiong H. Ling, PhD, LAc
Acupuncturist4660 Beechnut St Suite 236 Houston TX, 77096
Dr. Tiong Ling is an acupuncturist practicing in Houston, TX. Dr. Ling evaluates and treats patients based on the concepts of oriental medicine. Peking Acupuncture Clinic specializes in pain problems of the body: headache, backache, neck and shoulder pain, knee pain, tennis elbow, lower back pain, hip and sciatica, stress, and many others. Last but not less, we have a special way to treat smoking and drinking problems with very high success rate because of which we draw smokers from all over the USA plus 40 foreign countries. Please check: www.pekingacupuncture.com and www.houstonquitsmoking.com for more information.
Education and Training
Chinese Acupuncture Institute, Hong Kong Acupuncture diploma , plus specialty training 1979
Mr. Tiong H. Ling, PhD, LAc's Expert Contributions
We wrote and published the book, Everything You Want to Know About Acupuncture about 30 years ago with Longevity Press. Check it out.About Tiong H. LingDr. Tiong H Ling L AC is a top Acupuncturist in Houston, . With a passion for the field and an unwavering commitment to their specialty, Dr. Tiong...
Next week I will be invited to appear on Elevated Radio Talk Show (audience of 60 million) Topic: Use acupuncture to quit smoking. About Tiong H. Ling, LACDr. Tiong H Ling L AC is a top Acupuncturist in Houston, . With a passion for the field and an unwavering commitment to their specialty, Dr....
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Yes, acupuncture may have a fairly good chance to help coughing problems, although the success rate is not among the highest. If you are among the percentage who respond, may be expected. Tiong H. Ling READ MORE
Please go to Google and type in "30 year headache, acupuncture." That man had 30-year non-stop headache and they went away in two minutes. READ MORE
Yes, a successful treatment can help to 1) reduce urge to eat, 2) feel slightly less hungry, (3) take less food to feel full, and 4) will eliminate sweet cravings. READ MORE
It was discovered in China that acupuncture treatment can increase white cell count for up to twenty some hours. This explains well how it can help to control cold and flu. READ MORE
Go to www.pekingacupuncture.com. There are many written as well as video testimonials for you to see. READ MORE
No. Acupuncture treatment has never led to a situation we know as addiction. READ MORE
Yes. But you also have to eat healthy. READ MORE
Acupuncture has good chance to control your arthritis. We have done this for 37 years. We have the experience and the equiptments to do so. READ MORE
Pain from acupuncture treatment is very minimal. We can also do so without needles. READ MORE
Knee problems are among the easiest to be treated the acupuncture way. READ MORE
This problem is not one that can be resolved by acupuncture. Food and other supplements can render more help than acupuncture. READ MORE
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I have not heard that can happen. READ MORE
Depending what treatment you are undertaking. Detox treatment, if done successfully, can have that kind of effect. READ MORE
Please visit: www.houstonquitsmoking.com The treatment eliminates your need to smoke. If you smoke right after your treatment, you throw up. THL READ MORE
Not easy and I normally teach patients to do something at home, which may achieve as good results as any acupuncturist has to offer. READ MORE
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Yes, GERD problem is treatable by acupuncture. I had that problem for almost 10 years and when I was a Ph.D. student at Vanderbilt University, I was treated at the hospital and with no result. Then acupuncture did when I did not believe in it at all. So amazing was the result that it built up my interest in it and eventually went to learn acupuncture. I still remember that so very often my chest pain woke me up in my sleep, and I had to sit up on the bed to let the fluid settle down into the stomach again. READ MORE
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Areas of expertise and specialization
- Top Acupuncturist in Houston 2018 Leading Physicians of the World.
- Texas Association of Acupuncturists,
Professional Society Memberships
- Texas Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine
Hobbies / Sports
- Classical Music
Areas of researchAcupuncture, Green tea benefits and Drinking water problems.(published 3 books)
Mr. Tiong H. Ling, PhD, LAc's Practice location
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Get to know Acupuncturist Tiong Ling, PhD, LAc, who serves the Houston area at his Peking Acupuncture Clinic. Tiong Ling and his wife Nancy and were among the first to be licensed to practice acupuncture in Texas. Both Nancy and Tiong have Ph.D. degrees and both have had the privilege to serve as president of Texas Association of Acupuncturists. They have jointly written and published three books including, Everything You Want to Know About Acupuncture in 1985. Educated in Chinese and English, both have learned acupuncture under national acupuncture experts in China. Tiong Ling, PhD, LAc currently serves his patients at his own private clinic, Peking Acupuncture in Houston, Texas. Tiong has maintained the clinic for over 36 years, and has made it the best and oldest acupuncture clinic in Houston. For more than three decades, TIong and his wife Nancy have been striving to achieve best-in-fee, best-in-services, and best overall Acupuncture services to the public. They have successfully broken city boundaries, state boundaries, and even country boundaries to serve patients. The Chinese calligraphy hanging in the clinic is a piece of artwork that was custom made in 1982 by a famous Shanghai, China calligrapher. The meaning of the four Chinese words on the wooden board have been an ethical model for many Chinese medical doctors to place service as top priority in medical practice. In Tiong and Nancy’s 36 years of practice, and with the ancient Dr. Dong Feng’s spirit of practice medicine in mind, they have done well in rendering acupuncture services with minimal numbers of treatment sessions. The specialty of Acupuncture treats several conditions including: arthritis, headache, backache, shoulder pain, knee pain, tennis elbow, sciatica, sports injuries, stress, insomnia, indigestion, sinus issues, mild depression, shingles, hypoglycemia, TMJ, water retention, impotence(ED), female problems, certain addictions, quitting smoking, weight control, stress, anxiety, allergies, and many nerve-related problems.
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