Kehua Zhou MD, DPT, LAc

Department of Internal Medicine, the State University of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY, USA

Dr. Kehua Zhou currently is an internal medicine resident physician at the State University of New York at Buffalo. Prior to becoming a resident physician, he worked as a clinical assistant professor, physical therapist, and acupuncturist at Daemen College. His perspective article “Dry Needling Versus Acupuncture: The Ongoing Debate” has been highly referenced in the physical therapy and acupuncture fields. His work has been published in top tier journals including Annals of Internal Medicine and JAMA.

Dr. Zhou’s research interests include clinical trials, acupuncture, pain and the opioid epidemic, wound care, and rehabilitation. While building his clinical and research expertise in medicine, acupuncture, and rehabilitation, Dr. Zhou aims to provide patients with the best possible treatments via bridging western and Eastern medicine.

Terms of Appointment: Aug 2018 - Aug 2020