Decheng Chen


Dr. Decheng Chen, Ph.D in Acupuncture, is a licensed acupuncturist in the state of New York, USA. Currently, He is President of New York Natural Acupuncture and Wellness, he holds the position of President at the American TCM Acupuncture Inheritance Association. Dr. Decheng Chen is also the Vice President of the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies\’ Committee on External Therapies and a member of the Executive Committee of the WFAS. Notably, he is the inventor of Motion Acupuncture, holding two patents related to this innovative technique and needle. In 2023, he was listed as one of the \”Hundred People and Hundred Items\” inheritance representatives of overseas Chinese in Beijing.

Educationally, Dr. Decheng Chen earned his bachelor\’s and master\’s degrees from Changchun University of Traditional Chinese Medicine and his Ph.D. from Nanjing University of TCM. Prior to his current roles, he worked at the Acupuncture and Moxibustion Research Institute of the China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences in Beijing, China, In 2001, he immigrated to the United States, amassing over 30 years of extensive clinical experience in traditional Chinese medicine and acupuncture.

Dr. Decheng Chen is a prolific author, having written 17 specialized books on Chinese medicine and acupuncture. Some notable titles include \”Chinese Acupuncture Monotherapy,\” \”Chinese Acupuncture for Specific Points,\” \”Comprehensive Book of Chinese Acupuncture for Beauty and Anti-aging,\” and \”Motion Acupuncture Therapy.\” In addition to his books, he has published over 100 noteworthy articles on Chinese medicine and acupuncture. Dr. Decheng Chen is currently dedicated to the global promotion and training of Motion Acupuncture.

Essentials of Motion Acupuncture Medicine

Motion Acupuncture Medicine is an acupuncture treatment method that integrates traditional meridian theory with modern anatomy, myofascial science, muscle physiology, and kinesiology. It features a comprehensive theoretical system and clinical treatment guidelines, encompassing the steps, methods, and processes for treatment. Motion Acupuncture Medicine consists of the following five major components: Motion Points: Precise treatment points identified using the \”Three-Step One Process\” method; Motion Needles: Specially structured patented acupuncture needles; Motion Techniques: Specific operational methods of Motion Acupuncture; Dynamic Retention Needles: A state of needle retention that is specifically dynamic. Motion Acupuncture Theory: The medical theories underlying Motion Acupuncture. Motion Acupuncture Therapy is primarily used to treat various conditions caused by soft tissue injuries, particularly pain in different parts of the body. It is also effective for related internal diseases such as tinnitus, weight loss, indigestion, gastrointestinal dysfunction, gynecological inflammation, dysmenorrhea, infertility, and visceral pain. This therapy is widely recognized for its comprehensive theoretical system, ease of operation, precision in treatment, and rapid effectiveness.

Practical operation: Randomly select voluntary experiencers on site for treatment demonstration and efficacy evaluation