Biography of Doctor Leung
Dr. Leung obtained his medical degree from Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada, in 1979. He received his specialty training in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Ottawa General Hospital in 1984. He became board certified in Canada and worked in Stratford, Ontario for ten years from 1984-1994 in solo practice. He and his family
moved to Martinsburg, West Virginia in 1994 and he became American board certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology in 1997.
Since 2002 he stopped practicing Obstetrics and he became interested in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), especially in
acupuncture. He attended comprehensive training courses at the Academy of Pain Research and the Institute for Medical Studies
in Acupuncture for physicians in San Francisco, California from April until October of 2011. He also completed a NCCAOM approved
program on Auriculotherapy by Dr. Raphael Nogier, M.D. at Johns Hopkins University.
Dr. Leung delved into more fundamental theories of Advanced Acupuncture Balanced method of Dr. Richard Tan (LAc., O.M.D.) on treating functional disorders by Global Balance, Zang-Fu disorders with Meridian-Conversion Therapy, difficult medical conditions by Advanced Seasonal Balance with Ba Gua method and various balance method strategies in June 2013 and in August 2014. As of September 2014, he was made a full member of the American Academy of Medical Acupuncture. Currently in 2016, he is practicing office gynecology, primary care and medical acupuncture.
Integrating Eastern & Western Medicine
During the last decade baby boomers have been facing unforseen health issues due to their hectic lifestyles.
As a result they have all been looking for solutions to their health problems that were not alleviated by Western surgery or
medications. There are many alternative ways of promoting good health which have peaked my interest in acupuncture.
I feel that acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine will serve a vital role in complementing the existing framework of healthcare.
I hope to share this knowledge with all who are interested. It is an on-going enthusiasm of mine to further my studies in Traditional
Chinese Medicine along with the latest acupuncture developments.
As Confucius says, "He who learns but does not think, is lost! He who thinks but does not learn is in great danger." I am hopeful that my
newly acquired knowledge of Eastern medicine will allow me to harmonize my learning and thinking into a more balanced approach