Topic: Motion Acupuncture Therapy: A Precise, Rapid, and Long-lasting Acupuncture Treatment

Dr. Decheng Chen


Dr. Decheng Chen has a Ph.D. in acupuncture. Licensed Acupuncturist in NY, President of Natural Acupuncture & Wellness, Director of TCM and Acupuncture Inheritance base of New York, USA by WFAS. President of American TCM Acupuncture Inheritance Association, Vice president of External treatment committee of World Traditional Chinese Medicine Pharmaceutical Association Federation. Dr. Chen is Executive Committee of WFAS, the inventor of Motion Acupuncture. He won two patents for the invention of Motion Acupuncture.He graduated from Nanjing University of TCM in China. Dr. Chen followed one of the top ten Chinese doctors in China, Dr. Qiu Maoliang, learning acupuncture for three years. Before coming to the United States, he practiced and taught as a professor in The Acupuncture Institute of China Academy of TCM in Beijing. He came US in 2021. He has more than 30 years of clinical and teaching experience in China, Russia, Egypt, Dubai, U.A.E. and the U.S.A. He has published Chinese Single therapy of Acupuncture and Moxibustion, The Clinical Appalication of Doubl-Point of Acupnncture, Acupuncture for cosmetics and Aging, and Motion Acupuncture Therapy etc. In total he published 17 books and more than 100 articles on Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine, and has received numerous prizes and honors for his works. At present, Dr. Chen Decheng is promoting and training the Motion Acupuncture Therapy globally. He has trained thousands of students online and offline on platforms such as China Qihuang TCM education network, the American Traditional Chinese Medicine Association (ATCMA) and the European Motion Acupuncture Training Center, and also has established a Global Motion Acupuncture Medical Team. He had a chance to provide acupuncture treatments for Egyptian President Mubarak in 1999. He is licensed to practice acupuncture in New York City. More information, please visit web:


Motion acupuncture therapy is a type of acupuncture therapy created by Dr. Chen Decheng that incorporates the principles of “motion” and “muscle and tendon” (jingjin). “Motion” includes both active and passive movements, as well as weight-bearing exercises, while “muscle and tendon” refers to the muscle and fascia. This therapy combines traditional acupuncture methods with modern theories of muscle anatomy and fascia to form a new type of acupuncture therapy. In 2022, Dr. Chen Decheng published the book “Motion Acupuncture Therapy,” which was well received by industry experts and doctors.

Motion acupuncture therapy consists of four main components: motion acupuncture points, motion acupuncture needles, motion acupuncture techniques, and dynamic retaining needles. Motion acupuncture points refer to the specific acupuncture points and precise methods of locating treatment points. Motion acupuncture needles are a type of patented acupuncture needle with a spiral and angular design that differs from traditional needles. Motion acupuncture techniques refer to the unique needling techniques of this therapy, with the prominent technique being the lifting and thrusting of the needle, including limited and extreme lifts. Dynamic retaining needles refer to the post-needling movements of the patient, also known as “dynamic needle retention.” These four aspects are the highlights of motion acupuncture therapy.

Motion acupuncture therapy is primarily used to treat various types of pain caused by soft tissue injuries, as well as many visceral diseases caused by tense fascia and soft tissues, such as gastrointestinal disorders, urinary and reproductive system diseases, and more. The therapy’s characteristics include precise treatment, rapid clinical effects, stable and lasting efficacy, and low likelihood of recurrence.


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