Quan Zhou, LicAc
Quan Zhou has been teaching, researching, and practicing Chinese acupuncture for seventeen years in China, Singapore, and the Boston area, utilizing both Chinese acupuncture and herbs to treat patients. After graduating from Beijing College of Acupuncture and Orthopedics with her bachelor’s in medicine, Quan was immediately hired by her college as an assistant professor and sent to the Great Wall Hospital for advanced clinical training. There she worked with one of the top Chinese auricular acupuncturists, Dr. Lichun Huang, and translated her book Auriculotherapy - Diagnosis and Treatment into English.
After moving to Singapore in 1995, Quan served as a core faculty member of Singapore Acupuncture College. In addition, she worked as an acupuncturist and herbalist in a private clinic, and as an acupuncturist in the research unit of the neurology department of Singapore General Hospital. Currently, Quan is teaching at NESA, translating the third edition of Auriculotherapy - Diagnosis and Treatment, and sees patients in Worcester. She is pursuing a Master of Science degree in human nutrition.