David Cai, L.Ac.  Injury specialist at aloha injury clinic

David Cai C.M.D. Injury Specialist
David Cai L. Ac. Injury Specialist

About David Cai:

For the past 26 years, I was established his own clinic and herbal company in China and also has multiple private practices in the District of Columbia area, Beijing China and as wells as in Honolulu Hawaii. I was a research consultant at the George Washington University Medical Center on a clinic trial of acupuncture sponsor by National Institutes of Health (NIH). And co-editor of “An Illustrated Chinese Materia Medica” published by Oxford University Press.

I have been in practice Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine for 26 years and treated many patients suffering from a variety of issues. Over the years and have developed a unique method that has proven to be very effective with injury pain as well as many other health issues.


After graduating from Beijing University of Chinese Medicine, I got inspired to collaborate with Dr. Long to combine the best of modern medicine, traditional arts, cultural sensitivity and a whole patient approach to develop a unique concept(method) in energy therapy that we named CenterGy(Synergies). It involves a precision diagnostic system, effective point selection and combination with energy techniques to define a more comprehensive approach to healing the body, mind and spirit.

I believed that the meridian points in acupuncture are energy points and has developed special techniques to localized these points precisely. The treatment has to also come from the heart so that good energy will flow into the energy meridian points and providing the best treatment and results.

The beauty of it all is that this method can be administered with or without needles which makes it perfect for patients who are afraid of acupuncture needles. This process has been very beneficial to all patients in dealing with pain after injuries, stress reduction, anxiety, dizziness,trouble sleeping, low energy  and women’s health issues, as well as prevention & general wellbeing. I base the success of this treatment on a 1-10 grading scale and patients’ personal reports on how they feel after successive treatments.

Since I moved to Hawaii 2 years ago, I have been serving as an Adjunct Professor at John A. Burns School of Medicine Department of Complimentary &Alternative Medicine – University of Hawaii. I appreciate the opportunity it provides to make an impact on students preparing to be the next generation healers of the world, carrying on in our footsteps.

I would very much like to meet with you to get to know your need and build a professional relationship.

I appreciate your time and attention. I look forward to meeting you.


David Cai