Dr. Lihua Sheng is a master in Acupuncturist and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). She has more than 40-years of clinical experience, and has treated thousands of patients suffering from a variety of issues. As an OMD and L.Ac, Dr. Sheng has earned the reputation of a highly respected doctor of oriental medicine.

Dr. Sheng learned both Eastern and Western medicine at Jiangxi College of Traditional Chinese Medicine where she earned her TCM degree in 1977, followed by a two-year advanced TCM training program at Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. After graduation, she was fortunate enough to become the fellow of Dr. He-Sheng Yao, a great master of TCM in China. In 1988, Dr. Lihua Sheng was hired as the attending licensed physician at the TCM hospital in Shanghai. During her tenure there, she became the most respected doctor for diagnosing and clinical treatment.

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Contact Lihua Sheng

Phone: (615) 577-0995 Ext 10
Email: rachels@lotus-center.com

Since moving to the United States in 1996, Dr. Sheng has completed multiple courses of study. She’s received diplomas from the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) for Acupuncture, Oriental Medicine, Chinese Herbology and Oriental Bodywork Therapy. In 1999, she was honored as a speaker on TCM Pulse Diagnosis at the Acupuncture Continuing Education seminar sponsored by Alliance of Third World Traditional Medicine. Successively, Dr. Sheng worked at the menopause center at Baptist Hospital and Nashville Mind and Body Center. At the end of 2004, she opened her own clinic, Sheng Acupuncture and Wellness Center at The Lotus Center. 

As a senior practitioner of TCM, Dr. Sheng pays attention to the whole integrated body approach, evaluating the patient’s complaints and symptoms by applying a traditional diagnostic manner, combining physical observations, communication, pulsing, and tongue exam, in order to find the root cause. Acupuncture points are determined along meridians, to promote energy circulation and restore ‘YIN-YANG’ harmony. In TCM, the energy flow, referred as ‘Chi’, flows throughout the entire body. Unblocking and balancing Chi is vital in preventing and remedying bodily disorders.  Beyond acupuncture, Dr. Sheng is also proficient in bodywork therapy, herbal supplement and dietary/nutritional support. Dr. Sheng is always seeking for a patient’s optimal health with her valuable professional skills and enriched clinical experiences.