- Atlanta Holistic Health Center320 Winn Way, Suite 101
Decatur, GA 30030
Mon, Tue, Thur, Fri 9:00am - 2:00pm
TestimonialsI have been going to Li Jiang for a little over a year now. Initially I was having difficulty with pain and soreness in my feet. It felt like I was walking on marbles and was very uncomfortable. She immediately determined my kidney energy was low which was directly related to... Read more »
I have had issues with lingering mild cervical dysplasia that just was not clearing up. With Li Jiang’s help, it is now completely gone! In addition to this, my allergies are significantly better.
Cervical dysplasia was last modified: December 22nd, 2017 by admin
I found Li Jiang with the recommendation of my friend who has been a patient of Li Jiang’s for more than 10 years. I came to Li with severe symptoms from a nasty UTI, back pain and sleep issues. After several sessions, my UTI symptoms completely disappeared and my back pain... Read more »
I am a Vietnam area Veteran with neuropathy, from agent orange, for over forty (40) years, no relief of pain & tingling of feet. The V.A. decided to send me for acupuncture.
That’s how I got to know Atlanta Holistic Health Center, where Li Jiang is a licensed acupuncturist. Since I started her... Read more »
Ms. Li Jiang is the most wonderful person to ever meet. She is a true person to visit for things that can be healed. I would definitely recommend going to her to any of my friends and family. I had a case of the Shingles for about 7 months and after... Read more »
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Traditional Chinese Medicine
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