Dr.Zhou's Acupuncture and Wellness Center

4601 N Oakland Avenue, Suite 101  |  4601 N Oakland Avenue, Suite 218
Milwaukee, WI, 53211     |    Milwaukee, WI, 53211

Praise from our clients

Dr.Zhou, you’ve helped me feel much better. – You are the Best

Barry Alvarez, Wisconsin Athletic Director


Many Thanks For helping me function at a higher level!
Best wishes.

Mike Eaves, Head Hockey Coach at UW


I presented to Dr. Zhou’s office after struggling many years with a clinically diagnosed inflammatory autoimmune disease, and taking traditional “Western” medications that never did me much good. As a medical doctor myself, I did research to try and discover the cause of my illness as well as figure out a way to heal myself, to no avail. I have always been open to “alternative” medicine, and a colleague of mine had recommended Dr. Zhou.

After only several treatments my symptoms were markedly improved. The most impressive thing to me was coming in one day with neck pain that had me in bed, out of work, and on pain pills, and that it was completely GONE after a treatment of acupuncture and massage. You simply cannot replicate this kind of success with anything I have in my little black medical bag, and with no medication you can buy at your local pharmacy. I will definitely recommend Dr. Zhou to my patients before whipping out my prescription pad!!!

Gayl Hamilton, MD


Dr.Zhou is an outstanding acupuncturist and traditional chinese medicine specialist. I highly recommend.
Justin, M.D.


Some years ago I hurt my back. I had moved and everything went off without a hitch. Everything was packed onto the truck Friday night, and unloaded Saturday.

Sunday morning I could not get out of bed.

I missed a week of work because of my back. The pain was so strong I thought my body stopped sending the pain signal, and just flat told me the muscles would not respond.

I went to a general practice a doctor Wednesday of the following week, still in a massive amount of pain. I shuffled rather than walked, and every step took the breath out of me. I was given muscle relaxers, and told to lie down. Weeks went by with the pain abating slightly each day. Eventually it was gone, but in a way that allowed it to rear up from time to time and remind me it existed. Last thursday I was in the same situation.

I know that I carried the sink up and down the stairs to the garage and back a few times on Wednesday, and never felt a thing. That night in the shower I twisted just wrong and pain hit me such that I lost my breath for a second. But then I righted myself, stood straight and like that it was gone. All day yesterday there were no signs, nothing. Then while working out, I went to repeat a squat jump motion and nearly fell on the floor.

I spent the rest of the night on my back, on a heating pad on the couch. This morning I had trouble moving to the bathroom, and then when I tried to stand in the kitchen to start breakfast I came close to vomiting (I guess from the pain? It is such a strange and different thing I feel I cannot say for truth) and felt like I was shivering. Back to the couch with me.

I felt like I was broken and there was always something wrong with me.

My wife did a google search and found Dr. Zhou’s clinic and seeing all of the positive reviews for it we decided to take a step out of the realm of what we knew, what was comfortable for us.

I left Dr. Zhou’s office at a much easier pace (and able to bend forward, backward, and even “hula”), and drove myself home. The next day I was more sore than when I left the office, but by day’s end I was doing yoga with ease again.

As of this writing I have had my second visit and the soreness in my back is all but a memory, with only a little stiffness remaining. I have already recommended Dr. Zhou to two of my friends and will speak highly of my experiences there and with the acupuncture he provided.
Steven Moore


I am so impressed with the professionalism, knowledge, and effective care that I have received from Dr. Zhou. I will admit that I had been skeptical of acupuncture in the past, but my opinion is now completely reversed. Dr. Zhou provides a very personal evaluation followed by acupuncture, acupressure, chiropractic, and Chinese massage known as Tui na (pronounced “Twee nah”) to relieve pain and remediate the causes of discomfort in the body. Dr. Zhou provides a wide selection of traditional Chinese herbs and medicines to compliment treatment.

I can provide the highest recommendation for Dr. Zhou and his abilities to use traditional Chinese healing techniques combined with chiropractic and massage therapy. If you are suffering from lingering pain, discomfort, or desire to experience a calming and unique method to restore balance to your state of being, this healing method is for real and well worth your time to explore.

Stephen Dake