“Dr. Dao”, as he is known, is a Doctor of Oriental Medicine, and has been working with patients for over 30 years, treating a multitude of health conditions. Well-known and respected for his special interest in reproductive and gynecological conditions, he has treated thousands of women; helping them thru the emotional and physical challenges that come with trying to conceive, menopause and other fertility and reproductive related health concerns.
Dr. Dao is the 38th generation in a family lineage of Chinese Medicine Doctors. Ni was trained throughout his childhood by his father, Master Ni Hua Ching. He also studied extensively under renowned Chinese gynecologist Dr. Zhi Yu Wang. Ni earned his doctorate in Oriental Medicine at Samra University and did his postgraduate residency at Beijing College of Traditional Chinese
Medicine and Nanjing College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China.
He is the founder of Yo San University of Chinese Medicine, holds two doctorates in Oriental Medicine, and is a teacher and practitioner of TCM. He was awarded the recipient of the American Fertility Association’s Dr. Joyce Vargas Visionary Award in 2009. He was also a featured speaker at the 2018 Integrative Fertility Symposium in Vancouver, British Columbia. He was honored by the conference with a Lifetime Achievement Award, for being a pioneer and trailblazer in the field of integrative reproductive medicine.
He is a member of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, Pacific Coast Reproductive Society, American Society for Nutrition, and the American Association of Oriental Medicine. Dr. Dao is the author of The Tao of Fertility, co-author of Sitting Moon: A Guide to Rejuvenation after Pregnancy,as well as Crane-Style Chi Gong and Its Therapeutic Effects.
His podcasts on many fertility topics can be viewed on popular Women’s website, EmpowHer.
Dr. Dao has been featured on NBC’s The Today Show, Conceive Magazine, Conceive On-Air, Women to Women, Donny & Marie Show, KTLA Morning News, and numerous other television interviews. Dr. Dao practices at his clinic, The Tao of Wellness, in Santa Monica, California.
Although Dr. Dao has earned extraordinary credentials from the medical communities both East and West, it is his patients who define him best, he is known for his passion, as well as humble, kind and warm demeanor.
“There are so few people who really love what they do, and Dr. Dao does.” – Fertility Patient
“I liked Dr. Dao from the very beginning. I felt like an angel was surrounding me.”– Fertility Patient
“All I know is that Dr. Dao is a miracle worker.”– Fertility Patient
Books by Dr. Daoshing Ni
The Tao of Fertility
An esteemed doctor who has helped countless women achieve their dream of having a child offers his program for enhancing fertility through traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). Dr. Daoshing Ni, descended from more than 70 generations of Taoist masters, has achieved renown among high-tech infertility specialists, TCM practitioners, and his many devoted patients. The Tao of Fertility is the first book combining a practical plan for conceiving using TCM with empowering Taoist principles that can carry you through pregnancy, childbirth, and beyond.
Structured according to a woman’s journey to conception, The Tao of Fertility includes:
A questionnaire assessing fertility potential
A 28-day fertility enhancement program
Simple meditations and acupressure points to improve reproductive circulation and relaxation
Guidelines for mapping your fertility using Chinese methods of diagnosis
Information on how herbs and acupuncture can increase fertility
Eating plans for pregnancy, postpartum, and while breast-feeding.
and much more
Enriched by moving stories of women who became pregnant using TCM, this is a compassionate, comprehensive handbook.
Sitting Moon: A Guide to Rejuvenation after Pregnancy
By Daoshing Ni and Jessica Chen
Sitting Moon provides women with information on how to prepare for a new child and how to have a healthy postpartum period. The book includes information on nutrition, especially Chinese nutrition, what physical changes a new mother might expect, common ailments and how to help heal them, qi gong, acupressure, meditation, and exercise. Also includes recipes for the first four weeks after birth and meal plans.