Registered Acupuncturist in British Columbia, Canada
Dr. Zhi Li Guo graduated from Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 1982 with a degree in Chinese Medicine, from Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine’s Graduate Program in Acupuncture in 1988, and from Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine’s Clinical Medicine Graduate Class with a doctoral degree in acupuncture in 2002. Dr. Zhi Li Guo has worked in various hospitals in China. She worked in the clinical forefront of a Grade II Level A western hospital and three Grade III Level A Chinese medicine hospitals. She has worked extensively in the fields of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Acupuncture, Emergency Department, Nephrology, Cerebrovascular Medicine and Medical Examination.
Before immigrating to Canada, Dr. Zhi Li Guo was the Deputy Chief Physician and Deputy Chief Pharmacist of the Department of Cerebrovascular Medicine of a Grade III Level A Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and a part-time Adjunct Professor of Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Dr. Zhi Li Guo is a member of the Chinese Acupuncture Society, the Executive Director of the Jiangsu Provincial Committee of Integrated Traditional Chinese and Western Medicine and the Executive Director of the Jiangsu Society of Integrated Traditional and Western Medicine Cosmetology and has a rich understanding of clinical knowledge and skills.
Dr. Zhi Li Guo was the Deputy Editor-In-Chief of the editorial board and participated in authoring various Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture related books. She is also author to more than 10 published articles in national and provincial journals. With her own theoretical understanding of health management, Dr. Zhi Li Guo clinically specializes in the traditional Chinese medicinal and acupunctural treatment of emergencies and difficult and complicated diseases, including bronchial asthma, various pain disorders, chronic insomnia, hypertension, diabetes, sequelae of stroke, Parkinson’s syndrome; impotence and premature ejaculation; irregular menstruation, prostatic hypertrophy, and climacteric syndrome.