Welcome to New Life Clinic!

New Life Clinic is a Traditional Chinese Medicine center established in 1995 by Dr. Baoping Li and Dr. Hong Yang, and has been responsible for providing outstanding comprehensive health care for our patients ever since. Our specialty is Traditional Chinese Medicine. Our patients particularly value the individualized treatments and attention to detail we provide for their healthcare problems. Our clinic is located at 1736 Picasso Ave. Ste. B, Davis, California, 95618 (530-756-8802).

At New Life Clinic, we believe in using Traditional Chinese Medicine and the Chinese philosophy of health to prevent and treat diseases to give our patients the best quality care.

Testimonial from Kimberly C.

I’m thrilled to have found Dr. Li! When I asked my dog’s veterinarian, Dr. Jodi Van Tine, DVM, MA, CVA, CVHM, who she’d recommend for acupuncture treatments for humans, she immediately and without hesitation stated Dr. Li was at the top of her list. I’d been suffering from physical exhaustion for months and was unsuccessful in having the root cause […] » Continue reading

The 7 Secrets You Never Knew About Acupuncture

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There’s a certain level of mysticism surrounding the ancient holistic practice of acupuncture. Those who haven’t tried it may view it as some sham practice with no real value or benefit. On the other hand, those who have tried are fully aware of its powerful effects on the human body. #1) There Are Hundreds of Acupuncture Points Throughout The Body […] » Continue reading

5 Powerful Health Effects Of Olive Oil

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Derived from the fatty liquid of pressed olives, olive is a versatile substance that’s loaded in nutritional value. Just a single tablespoon has 10 grams of monosaturated fat, 1.4 grams ofpolysaturated fat, vitamin E, and other other key nutrients. While most people consume it for its delicious flavor and smooth characteristics, olive oil has surprising health benefits when consumed on a regular basis.

Ways To Ring In The Chinese New Year

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Cleaning Part of celebrating the Chinese New Year (February 19) involves cleaning. Traditionally, homes are cleaned before the New Year, but sweeping and dusting isn’t done until the third day after New Year out of fear that good fortune will be swept away. The floors can be swept, starting by brushing the dust and dirt towards the middle of the […] » Continue reading