Wellness Allied Inc. is founded by a group of people who are enthusiastic about Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine.
hope that through wellness allied, we can merge eastern and western
medicine to provide better health care to the general population.
Wendy (Weihui) Li is the licensed acupuncturist and herbalist in MA. She got her Master of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (MAOM) from New England School of Acupuncture in Newton, MA, the earliest acupuncture school in the US.
Before the study of acupuncture, Wendy got her Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Engineering from Tsinghua University in China. She further pursued her Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree in biomedical engineering from Tulane University. Then, she worked as postdoc research fellow in Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and later on in Massachusetts General Hospital, both are teaching hospital of Harvard University.
interest in acupuncture is the blend of her deep understanding of
Chinese Philosophy and her science background. She believes that while
western medicine has been responsible for tremendous success in health
care, there are limits in providing treatments for more chronic
conditions. Acupuncture, having been caring Chinese for thousands of
years, demonstrates amazing effectiveness for a number of clinical
conditions. However, the mechanisms why acupuncture works haven't been
thoroughly studied. While running a clinic, she keeps doing research on
acupuncture with modern science.
Nelson Patz's compassion and respect for all life are virtues he's
exhibited since childhood. My mother and teacher would let me bring home
frogs, tadpoles and salamanders I'd collected," he says. "My greatest
joy was learning to care for them and watch them thrive." Today, as a
board certified acupuncturist, Dr. Patz continues to demonstrate that
same enthusiasm and concern for his patients' well-being. "I love
interacting with my patients," he adds. "I help them learn to become
their own best caregiver and harness the power they have to affect their
health through better lifestyle choices."
Yang, MAOM, Lic. Ac, Dipl.O.M, is a licensed Acupuncturist and
Herbalist in Massachusetts, who earned her Master's Degree in
Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine from the renowned New England School
of Acupuncture, the nation's oldest school of Oriental Medicine. She is
Nationally Board Certified by the National Certification Commission for
Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM).
Prior to this, Fan graduated from Nanyang Polytechnic of Singapore with a Diploma in Nursing, and had been practicing as a nurse for years. Grown up in a traditional Chinese family with her father as an acupuncturist and herbalist, Fan routinely saw changes that her western medical training could not explain. She decided to study Traditional Chinese Medicine: The oldest body of knowledge that recognizes energy in the human body and its relationship to health. She found out that Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) works extremely well with body to create health benefits. Her experience includes working with individuals with a wide variety of acute and chronic medical problems such as pain, asthma, allergies, fibromyalgia, arthritis, autoimmune diseases, IBS, anxiety/depression, OB-GYN issues. Fan combines acupuncture with other classic techniques (such as Tuina, Cupping, Gua Sha, Moxibustion, Electroacupuncture, blood letting, etc) to treat patients, and she likes to use an integrative approach when working with each patient to optimize recovery, overall health and general well-being.
Brenda Scott has a Master’s of Science in Acupuncture from Southwest Acupuncture College in Boulder, Colorado. Brenda’s clinical and academic hours exceeded 3,000 clinical and academic hours due to her taking additional specialty courses in several styles of Acupuncture as well as her studies in Western herbs. She practices Chinese, Japanese and Korean styles of Acupuncture and provides consulting with Western Herbal Medicine, Bach Flower Remedies, Aromatherapy and Nutritional and Lifestyle Counseling.
She trained in Facial Acupuncture with Mary Elizabeh Wakefield and Shellie Goldstein. She is a Level III Master Reiki practitioner. She is a certified QiGong "Tai Chi Easy Trainer" through the Institute of Integral QiGong & Tai Chi. She has been a practitioner of QiGong for over 15 years. Brenda’s fascination with Oriental Medicine started with her recovery from a near fatal auto accident. She is grateful to the doctors and nurses in the ICU who saved her life, and for discovering acupuncture, which helped her return to living fully and free of pain.
she helps her patients with the care and attention she gives to their
treatment plan; the support and education she provides in empowering
them to be healthy; and the knowing and experience she brings to
treating the whole person. Using acupuncture, nutritional consulting
and other modalities she treats not only the current symptoms of
imbalance but also supports her patients in living their most optimal