Acupuncture Tuina Center LLC
 414 Plainsboro Road, Plainsboro, NJ 08536
Tel:  (609) 750-1822    Fax:  (609) 750-0886 


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Welcome to Acupuncture Tuina Center LLC

 About Acupuncture Tuina Center LLC

Established in Plainsboro, New Jersey by Jianzhong Chen, L.Ac. since 1999. Our center is a traditional Chinese medical home office. This facility specializes in treating the whole person with Acupuncture, Moxibustion , Chinese herbal medicine consultation, Nutrition, and  Tuina(Chinese massage). We are grateful for the opportunity to serve you and to introduce you to this time-honored healing tradition that can improve your health and life quality.

About Jianzhong Chen L.Ac.


"I empathize with the problems of my patients. Following my family's motto, I have dedicated my life to alleviating the distress that illness brings." ~ Dr. Chen 

Jianzhong (John) Chen L.Ac comes from five generations of Chinese doctors, and has over 40 years of clinical experience in traditional Chinese medicine, including acupuncture, herbs and tuina (Chinese massage)

He has taught in New York at Mercy College, Pacific College of Oriental Medicine and New Center College. He currently teaches in New Jersey at the Eastern School of Acupuncture Traditional Medicine. He also gives lectures to the public.  Dr. Chen’s expert knowledge and his wealth of experience make him highly popular with his students.

Integrating traditional and little known family techniques, Dr. Chen has used Chinese herbs, acupuncture and tuina – together with innovations derived through his years of practice – to create a highly effective healing modality which is uniquely his own.

Many ailments such as stress, depression, insomnia, headache and sports-related injuries such as neck pain, back pain, sciatica, tennis elbow, torn ligaments, tendinitis, achilles, TMG, heel pain, colitis, gastritis, IBS, cystitis, enuresis, prostatitis, Peyronie's disease, infertility, PMS, smoking, psoriasis, sinusitis, allergy have been successfully treated by Dr. Chen.

Two locations to serve you:

Call: 609-750-1822

414 Plainsboro Road, Plainsboro, NJ 08536

561 Cranbury Road Suite F, E. Brunswick, NJ 08816

Additional Information:  

Dr.Chen is Liberal NJ Talk Radio Host Jack Ellery  
(WCTC1450) 's Favorite Doctor, click below:

Dr. Chen's Chinese Tuina

About Connie Wang, L.Ac


Connie Wang holds Master of Science degree in Chinese Medicine from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine, New York (PCOM) and B.A. in Psychology from Smith College. At PCOM, she studied Chinese herbal medicine and several styles of acupuncture, along with other treatment techniques such as cupping, moxibustion, gua sha, Shiatsu and Tui Na manipulation. She did externship at The Institute for Family Health in Manhattan where she treated underserved patients with persistent emotional and physical conditions not responding well to other treatments.

In addition to her main Traditional Chinese Medicine style of acupuncture, Connie received intensive training on Abdominal Acupuncture from the founder Dr. Bo Zhiyun and completed an internship in Beijing, China. Virtually painless to patient, Abdominal Acupuncture can treat conditions ranging from simple orthopedic ailments to complicated stroke recovery by using specific combinations of acupuncture points on the abdomen. The philosophy behind this style aligns with Connie’s goal of approaching symptoms from deeper causative level with the least intrusion possible.

With a special interest in seeing patients for emotional imbalance, digestive disorders, pain management and sleep problems, Connie is trained as a general practitioner and enjoys treating the full range of health conditions affecting adults of all ages and genders.

In her spare time, Connie has been an active volunteer for American TCM Society (ATCMS) in New York, particularly in simultaneous interpreting NCCAOM approved continuing education workshops for acupuncturists given by renowned professors and masters of Chinese Medicine invited from China by the Society. She also enjoys creating recipes in accordance with Chinese herbology and Eastern nutrition theories, employing common foods and/or herbs as first respondents to maintain wellness in day to day life.









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