Clayton Shiu is a New York state and nationally certified licensed acupuncturist and nationally board certified Chinese herbalist. He holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Human Physiology from Boston University and a Master’s degree in Traditional Oriental Medicine. Clayton has been practicing acupuncture in New York since 1999. Clayton joined Winnick and Associates in 2006. He is an integral part of the treatment of sports injuries, orthopedic conditions, as well as the traditional Chinese Medicine therapies in the practice. Clayton’s Acupuncture Sports and Orthopedic therapies have been effective in treating numerous sports injuries and have also proven effective in treating athletes in the NBA, MLB, mixed martial arts, and of course, the weekend warriors. Clayton also has much experience treating pre- and post-surgical cases related to the back, hip, shoulder, neck, and knee | Read a full bio
In 2012, Clayton interned in Arizona with the “Godfather” of acupuncture, Dr. Shi Xue Min, and his Indoor Disciple, Dr. Jing Liu. After working closely together, Dr. Shi chose Clayton to pursue his Doctorate with an interest in cerebral disorders at Tianjin University of TCM. This program is a dual government sponsored program founded in 2010 between the Obama Administration and the Chinese government called “100,000 Strong.” Currently, at the First Teaching Hospital of Tianjin in China, Clayton treats patients at the International Patients Ward where he researches the treatment of cerebral disorders including stroke, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, and Multiple Sclerosis. He is also currently researching the effects of the Stroke techniques points on non-stroke patients for the treatment of orthopedic disorders in the Unites States.