Yingping (Sharon) Weng, MD (China), MS, Dipl.Ac,
has over 36 years clinical experience in acupuncture and Chinese herb medicine. She graduated from Fujian University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China.

Dr. Weng is a certified diplomate in acupuncture by NCCAOM and a licensed acupuncture physician in Texas State. Dr. Weng was an attending physician at Fujian Province People’s Hospital, Fuzhou, China, where she has practiced acupuncture and Chinese medicine for 10 years before practicing in the USA.

As a well-liked clinical practitioner, Dr. Weng has distinguished experience in treating numerous clinical conditions, including infertility, IVF/IUI support, stress, anxiety, insomnia, headaches, fatigue, back/neck/joint pain, facial rejuvenation, women’s health, asthma, allergies, IBS, TMJ, immune disorders, etc.

Dr. Weng came from a family with a tradition of Chinese medical practice. Her well-known clinical skills and caring personality are thought a gift inherited from her grandfather, who was a famous Chinese medical doctor in his home city.

Dr. Weng’s hobbies include dancing, gardening and Yoga. She is also a graceful Tai-chi teacher.

Dr. Connie Presson, DAOM, L.Ac, Dipl.OM, fell in love with Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) in her twenties, when it completely changed her health and wellbeing! Back then, she suffered with chronic headaches, sinus infections, digestive issues, and back pain. Now, she is free of all these complaints and wants to help others attain the incredible results that this medicine can achieve.

Dr. Presson is a caring, compassionate, and dedicated health care provider. She has practiced at various medical offices in Colorado for the past 14 years and is very well liked by her patients and colleagues. Dr. Presson has also participated in various clinical research projects in the field of Acupuncture and other alternative health care modalities.

Dr. Presson received her Master of Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine at the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Denver, CO. She received her Doctorate of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine in Portland, OR. She also received clinical training for her doctorate at Lutheran Hospital in Brooklyn, NY and at Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine in Nanjing, China.

Prior to acupuncture school, Connie received a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science and Anthropology from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. She worked as an Environmental Educator in various locations throughout the southeastern United States. In this career, she developed a deep appreciation for the study of human beings, science, and the natural world. Her background in Ecology gives her a deep understanding the Tao, a core concept in TCM. She considers the human body to be a microcosm of nature, that humans are linked to the natural world, and that they do not operate separately from it. She describes the evolution of her career as a movement from studying Ecology and People to studying the Ecology of People. Dr. Presson’s treatment methods focus on bringing homeostasis, or balance, to the body, mind, and spirit. She utilizes multiple modalities of treatment to achieve results that are greater than the sum of their parts, a concept called “synergy”. 

Dr. Presson has extensive experience treating cancer patients, offering relief from side effects of their cancer treatments; she is dedicated to helping cancer patients improve quality of life before, during and after their treatments.

Dr. Presson is also passionate about research in the areas of Acupuncture and Neuroscience. She has had one article published in a peer-reviewed journal and hopes to continue contributing to the body of knowledge in medicine through future publications. Connie enjoys skiing, hiking, camping, reading, good food, and spending time with friends and family when not in the clinic.

Henry D. Wu, MD, MS, Dipl.Ac, founder of Oriental Art of Healing Clinic, graduated from Sun Yat-Sen Medical College, one of the top three medical colleges (and the only 6-year medical program) in China. He was further trained in traditional Chinese medicine, acupuncture and medical Qigong at Fujian Traditional Chinese Medical College Hospital. Henry had been a cardiologist and practiced integrated Western-Chinese medicine for 9 years before practicing in the United States. Dr. Wu also holds his Master’s degree in molecular biology in the United States and had years of experience in cardiology and cancer researches at Texas Medical Center, Houston, TX.

Dr. Wu is certified in both acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine to NCCAOM in USA. He is licensed in both Texas State and Colorado State. Dr. Wu is a certified Level IV Qigong Teacher, a top certification, to American National Qigong Association. Henry is also a Chinese calligraphy artist, influenced by his father and granduncle, both of whom were well respected Chinese herbalists and calligraphists.

Dr. Wu has a very unique academic background that integrates Western medicine, Chinese medicine and molecular-medical sciences; his personality and intellectual character are deeply enriched by the wisdom of ancient Chinese philosophy, culture and calligraphy (a most sophisticate form of Chinese fine art), all of which gives him a wide-angle vision and deep insights in his clinical practice.

In his over 3 decades clinic practice, Dr. Wu has successfully treated thousands of acute, chronic and difficult cases including cancer cases. His calm and caring personality, as well as talented clinical skills and healing power are greatly praised among his patients. Henry is now a well-known and highly recommended acupuncturist, Chinese medical doctor and Qigong teacher in Colorado, Texas and other states in USA.