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About Dr. Cui Han, Ph.D., L.Ac., DOM, M.Ed

Dr. Cui Han is a Florida State Licensed Miami Acupuncture Physician. She received both her Bachelor’s degree and Doctor’s degree of Medicine from Beijing University of Chinese Medicine. She got her Master degree of Education in Bristol University, United Kingdom in 2005.

Dr. Han has been practicing and teaching Chinese herbal medicine and Acupuncture compassionately in China, England and the United states since 1997, effectively treating infertility, acute and chronic pain, allergies, immunological and neurological disorders and skin diseases. She has extensive publications in the field of advanced Acupuncture techniques, acupuncture treatment on depression, acupuncture enhancing the function of immune system.


Sept 2004 - Sept 2005: Master Degree of education The University of Bristol Bristol, UK
Sept. 1997 - Jul. 2002: Medical Doctor Degree. Beijing University of Chinese Medicine Beijing, China.
Sept. 1992 - Jul. 1997: Medical Bachelor Degree. Beijing University of Chinese Medicine Beijing, China.


June 2012 - Present Founder of AcuDrHealing Medical Center Miami Florida
June 2006 - June 2012 Instructor, Acupuncture Physician Acupuncture and Massage College
Dec. 2005 - June 2006 Instructor American Academy of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine Minnesota
Sep. 2004 - Aug. 2005 Instructor, Acupuncture Physician Oriental Medicine Practice Bristol, UK
Sep. 1997 - Sep.2004 Instructor, Acupuncture Physician GuoYiTang Chinese Medicine Clinic Beijing University of Chinese Medicine, Beijing, China
Sep. 2000 - Jul.2002 Acupuncture Physician Mental Health Institution of Peking University, Beijing, China


Dr. Han was appointed as Acupuncture Exam Development Expert and Consultant by NCCAOM (National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine) Committee since 2015.

Main Publications

  1. “Woodpecker” Needling Technique Facilitates the Arrival of Qi. Meridian, April 2006.
  2. Filiform Needling Techniques on Facial Points. American Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Volume 6, Number 2, 2005.
  3. Filiform Needling Techniques on Abdomen Points. International Journal of Clinical Acupuncture, Volume 14, Issue 4, 2005.
  4. Filiform Needling Techniques on Back Points. European Journal of Integrated Eastern and Western Medicine, Issue 4 – Volume 3, 2005.
  5. Filiform Needling Techniques for Chest Points. Oriental Medicine Journal, Volume XIV, Issue 3, 2006.
  6. Imbalance between pro-and anti-inflammatory cytokines, and between Th1 and Th2 cytokinese in depressed patients: the effect of electroacupuncture or fluoxetine treatment. Pharmacopsychiatry. 2009 Sep
  7. Effects of electroacupuncture on receptor number and binding activity of 5-HT1 and 5-HT2 in the cerebral cortex of the chronic stress depression model rats. Journal of Chinese Acupuncture and Moxibustion. 2003,23(9)
  8. Comparative study of electroacupuncture and fluoxetine for treatment of depression. Chinese Journal of Psychiatry. 2003,36(4)
  9. Effects of point DU14 on behavior of rat model of depression. Chinese Archives of Traditional Chinese Medicine. 2003,21(9)
  10. Clinic guidebook of Chinese medicine for general practitioner. Xueyuan Publishing House, 2003
  11. Dynamic study of electroacupuncture on serum cytokines in depressive patients. Chinese Journal of Behavioral Medicine Science. 2002,11(3)
  12. The experimental study of antagonism of moxibustion on stress, Chinese Journal of Behavioral Medical Science. 2002,11(5)
  13. Treatment of 30 cases of depression with electro-acupuncture. Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine. 2002,43(6)
  14. Theory of TCM therapy for depression. New Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine. 2002,34(6)
  15. Encyclopedia of Acupuncture and moxibustion. Scientific and Technical Documents Publishing House, 1999
  16. Treatment of depression by Chinese medicine. Liaoning Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine. 2000(4)
  17. Clinical application of Tianjiu therapy. Tianjing Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine. 2001,18(1)
  18. Effect of electro acupuncture on hippocampus BDNF in the animal model of depression. Chinese Journal of Basic Medicine in TCM. 2001,7(7)
  19. Academic theories and clinical experience of professor Li-Xuewu. International Journal of Clinical Acupuncture.2002(1)
  20. Professor Li-Xuewu’s experience on acupuncture technique. Journal of Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 2002(3)