De Ying Huang is the daughter of a famous medical doctor’s family in China. Her father, Huang Zenjne, taught his daughter about herbs and how to use them, letting her mix the herbs into medicines for his patients. Dr. Huang was educated in the traditional Chinese medical skills passed down through generations in her family. Dr. Huang worked side by side with her father in the clinic. There, she learned to treat arthritis, insomnia, swollen physical parts of the body including all limbs. She learned to help stroke victims and people after accidents. She became especially skilled in working with brain damaged children.
Dr. Huang went on to be educated by famous specialists in Chinese medicine. Some of them are: Dr. Lu Son Yam, a very well known doctor of acupuncture, Dr. Wang Zi Ping, a famous doctor specializing in traumatology and orthopedics, Dr. Ma Yu Liang, a grandmaster of Tai Chi Chuan, Dr. Heng Jian Sheng, professor of hyperthyroidism, Dr. Wu Ying Hua, specialist in cervical spondylopathy,a nd Dr. Zhu Xiao Nan, specialist in Gynecology. All of these have helped to make Dr. Huang very successful in treating her patients.
After the revolution in China, Dr. Huang joined the Shanghai Medical Instrument Company, as an in house physician. The Chinese government also sent her to study medicine, both western and Chinese, at the University of Shanghai, from which she graduated in 1963. In 1970 she was transferred to the Shanghai Clinic of Huang Pu district, as a doctor specializing in therapeutic healing along with consulting and acupuncture. In 1973, Dr. Huang received certification as a pioneer and developer in laser acupunture, and also codeveloped and researched electroacupuncture, which is now a commonly used technique around the world. Dr. Huang served as Director of Research at the Shanghai Medical Instrument Company, dedicated to the development of laser acupuncture.
In 1984-1988, Dr. Huang was Director of Acupuncture Treatment at Shanghai Central Specialist Hospital, of Xu Hui district in China. She was one of four specialized doctors, all of whom had 30 plus years experience. In her work, she dealt with and cured many difficult diseases, such as hemiplegia, rheumatoid arthritis, and various forms of muscular strains, asthma, pulmonary emphysema, heart disease, ulcers, sterility and mental disorders as well as a host of neurologic diseases and internal medicine diseases. She treated well over 2,000 cases. She also worked with smoking cessation, diet therapy, and cosmetology using acupuncture and Chinese medicine.
Dr. Huang is a life long practitioner of Tai Chi and Qi Gong, and has developed the ability to read and diagnose the energy of her patients. She is on the Board of Trustees for the Shanghai Meridians Research Institute, a consultant in Tai Chi and Qi Gong for the Shanghai Qi Gong Healing Association, and a consultant to Tonyi University. She is also a member of the prestigiou Shanghai Qi Gong Research Institute. In 1988, Dr. Huang arrived in the United States, with her younger daughter Wendy, to join her husband (Grandmaster Shih) and oldest daughter, Melanie. Along with her husband, Grandmaster Shih, she directs the Danbury CHAC and works with a variety of patients with a vast array of health problems. She is Board Certified as an acupuncturist, in the USA, and also licensed by the state of Connecticut and New York, to practice acupuncture. She directs the Danbury CHAC and works with a variety of patients with a vast array of health problems. She works with Chinese herbs, botanicals and teas to aid in the immune system functions, as well as various other health issues and aromatherapy.