Do you think you are healthy?
Are you proud of your physical exam results and confident
that your are in good shape?
What if there are problems that are missed by the machines?
I bet you are not as healthy as you think!
Take my virtual physical exam and find out if you are right!
Feel free to fill in a preliminary consultation questionnaire HERE.
The following services will be provided:
- Evaluate overall health condition and issue a detailed report, including:
– Cause of discomfort
– Potential risk factors
– Potential disease in progress
- Provide advice on lifestyle adjustments
- Formulate a list of
– Health habits
Moreover, you will have the opportunity of being invited to an exclusive social media group and enjoy the following benefits:
- Plug into a global TCM physician network, with potential growth to
thousands of practitioners
- Whatever physical discomfort, even minute ones regarded as insignificant by WM doctors and exams, will be reviewed by seasoned professionals and advised accordingly
- Refer qualified TCM physicians in your area, especially U.S. metropolises
The report will be sent via electronic delivery within 48 hours of order placement.
You will get a full refund if not 100% satisfied within 30 days.
Dr. Li is a dedicated and lifelong disciple of the renowned TCM Master, Dr. Ni Haixia, who used to practice for decades in the U.S.
Dr. Ni opened the Hantang Chinese Medicine Clinic in Merritt Island, FL., in 1989. He founded the HanTang TCM Medical College in 1995. He used to be the Dean of the Hantang TCM College and a professor at the California University of TCM.
Dr. Ni was elected as a member of the Supreme TCM Committee of the Florida Department of Health and in charge of all physician qualification, license renewal, and physician re-education programs. He was also appointed as Vice-Chairman of the Florida Acupuncture Committee by the Governor of Florida and assisted in passing the Acupuncture Act in Nebraska.
Dr. Ni practiced in the United States for more than 20 years and cured many diseases deemed incurable by WM via TCM prescriptions. He was highly esteemed by the patients and the medical community and was often referred to as “The Last Hope”.