meet Kenneth

Meet Dr. Kenneth Wang

Kenneth Wang,  OMD, PhD,  LAc

NCCAOM Certified Acpupunctuist and Herblist,  Herbal Specialist

As you review my professional summary, I hope my commitment to my patients and the profession of acupuncture will be evident.

Over the years I have continued my studies to bring the most current professional developements into my practice. In addition, I remain very active in the leadership, education and research of this profession to help it find its place as a part of our healthcare system.

I strive to provide the best acupuncture care possible and look forward to trying my best to help my patients.

Kenneth Y. Wang


Professional Summary


Dr. Kenneth Wang is an expert in acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine. He is MD, Ph.D. in Cancer Genetics, Acupuncture, Herbal medicine from China’s most prestigious Chinese Medical Universities  ( Nanjing University of  Traditional Chinese Medicine, and Peiking University, Health Science  Center)  with 10 years full-time extensive training in both Chinese and Western Medicines including training with China‘s top doctors of acupuncture. Dr. Wang has over 25 years of clinical experiences in both Chinese & Western Medicines, and has served as a professor in Chinese medical universities in China.  Dr. Wang has published over 60 professional articles and books.

Dr. Wang specializes in Rheumatic   Arthritis,  Pain management, stress & mental illness, rehabilitation, nutrition balance, detoxification, hormone rebalancing, pediatric ailments, infertility, and meridian massage.

Selected publications

Platelet-derived growth factor receptor beta inhibition increases tumor necrosis factor-related apoptosis-inducing ligand (TRAIL) sensitivity: imatinib and TRAIL dual therapy.


Inhibiting platelet-derived growth factor beta reduces Ewing’s sarcoma growth and metastasis in a novel orthotopic human xenograft model.


Activation function 1 of glucocorticoid receptor binds TATA-binding protein in vitro and in vivo.


p38 Mitogen-activated protein kinase (MAPK) is a key mediator in glucocorticoid-induced apoptosis of lymphoid cells: correlation between p38 MAPK activation and site-specific phosphorylation of the human glucocorticoidreceptor at serine 211.


Human lung cancer cells and tissues partially recapitulate the homeobox gene expression profile of embryonic lung.


Perspective: cell differentiation theory may advance early detection of and therapy for lung cancer.


A simple method for generating full length cDNA from low abundance partial genomic clones.

If you have any question concern, you can contact Dr. Wang.