Acupuncture Las Vegas
2400 N Tenaya Way Suite 117
Las Vegas, NV 89128

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Acupuncture LAs Vegas - About Dr. Mitchell

Nothing is worse than watching people suffer. I have a younger sister who many years ago became very sick. My parents took her to doctor after doctor, did medical test after medical test and saw specialist after specialist but no one could help her and she kept getting worse. When conventional medicine did not work, my parents decided to try something unconventional – a doctor of acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine named Dr. Wu. After being sick for years, my sister was completely cured with a few months of treatment from Dr. Wu. Could there be any better profession than this where you could help people who might not otherwise be helped? I could not think of anything else I would rather spend my life doing. My mission is to do for every patient what Dr. Wu did for my sister.

Meaea0c 707f6cea733948b987c4ca340f0e2a58edical Education:

Doctorate degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine - Bastyr University
(Seattle, WA)
Master's degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine - Bastyr University
Master's degree in Public Health - Northern Illinois University
(Dekalb, IL)

Medical Residency:

Two year post graduate medical residency at the Bastyr Center for Natural
Health. 2000 - 2002

Internships (USA):

Oncology - Seattle Cancer Treatment and Wellness Center

Externships (China):

Internal medicine - Chengu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Internal medicine - Shuguang Hospital (Shanghai)
Orthopedics - Longwah Hospital (Shanghai)

 Clinical, Teaching, and Administrative experience Experience:

Didactic and clinical associate professor at Bastyr University School of
Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (Seattle, WA) 2002 - 2013
Interim Associate Dean - Bastyr University School of Acupuncture and
Oriental Medicine(Seattle,WA) 2012
Didactic and clinical faculty at Wongu University of Oriental Medicine
(Henderson, NV) 2014, 2015



Quality of health care is important. With most patients not trained in medicine, it is difficult for patients to ascertain the quality of health care they are receiving.  Acupuncture and Oriental medicine, in some ways, is different than mainstream western medicine and may initially be more difficult for a patient to understand. For this reason, many patients may be skeptical of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine and its efficacy.  Skepticism is GOOD.

As a patient, you have the right and we, as medical professionals, have the responsibility to help you understand, if we can help your case, what will be done to help you, and why. As an associate professor of medicine, experience has taught me the importance of clear communication and education in helping patients, students, and other medical practitioners understand how acupuncture works, how it can be integrated with western medicine and how it can increase quality of life.

If you have questions, please feel free to contact me.

Acupuncture Las Vegas