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Mengda Shu  (Female)


Dr. Shu Chinese Medicine 

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2141 Wisconsin Ave. D-1 

Washington . District of Columbia . United States . 20007 

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China Academy of Traditional Medicine in Beijing 


Acupuncture, Chinese Herbs 


Dr. Mengda Shu received her doctoral degree from China’s highest rated medical school, the China Academy of Traditional Medicine in Beijing. She completed her post-doctoral studies in herbology and acupuncture under the guidance of China’s leading physicia.

Dr. Shu was a visiting physician at the Guanganmen Hospital of the China Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine. She was also a professor of acupuncture at Beijing College of Acupuncture and Orthopedics. Dr. Shu was written articles for the Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine and authored the Beijing-published Handbook of the Oriental Medical Doctor.

Since her arrival in the U.S. in 1992, Dr. Shu has been in private practice at the Georgetown office of the Taoist Health Institute (THI) in Washington, DC.

She has worked with THI founder, Dr. J.N Wu, to develop a classical Chinese herbal formula as an alternative to hormone replacement therapy during menopause. This is the first formula to be sponsored by NIH and approved by the FDA.

Recommended as one of the area’s best acupuncturists and herbalists by the Washingtonian magazine, Dr. Shu offers one-on-one evaluation and treatment for her patients, addressing both their physical and mental well-being.

Dr. Shu joined the team of the center for Integrative Medicine at George Washington University Medical Center in 1998 and offers Traditional Chinese Medicine to the public. She also teaches TMC to the medical professionals at GWU.

Dr. Shu has presented workshops and lectured at conferences for organizations such as The National Museum of Health Medicine, the Ohio Medical College, and the Acupuncture School of Maryland.


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