Westmont Office:  630-325-9888

Oak Park Office:  708-386-9898

Joseph Lee

LAC, Chinese Herbalist

Joseph Lee is proud to serve patients from  around the world, treating a range of cases from the most simple to the most complex.


A 7th generation Chinese Doctor practicing for over 50 years, Joseph Lee is an established Chinese Herbalist specializing in acupuncture, acupressure, herbal medicine, Qi Gong, and diet modalities.


Joseph Lee is a respected TCM practitioner who has led classes at the College of DuPage (COD), Illinois, and lectured at various medical schools.  


When he is not teaching, Joseph Lee is available at his two Chicagoland offices to serve your needs.

New Patients:  What can I expect?

1.  Comprehensive Examination

We begin with a comprehensive examination, addressing the cause of the symptoms you’re experiencing and finding body imbalances.

2.  Treatment Plan

Most treatments plans consist of  consultation followed by treatment which may include one or a combination of acupuncture, acupressure, herbal medicine and diet adjustments.

3.  Follow-Ups

To be sure we reach the goals we set, we schedule regular follow-ups.

“There are three kinds of doctors:  Those who look, those who ask, and those who touch” -Chinese Proverb

Get Started! Call today!

Westmont Office:  630-325-9888

665 Pasquinelli Drive, Suite 201

Westmont, IL 60559-1287

Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 9:30a - Noon
Tuesday, Thursday:  9:30am - 6pm

Saturday:  9:30am - 3pm


Oak Park Office:  708-386-9898

816 South Oak Park Avenue

Oak Park, IL 60304-1238

Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 2pm - 9pm

665 Pasquinelli Drive, Suite 201

Westmont, IL 60559-1287

(630) 325-9888

816 South Oak Park Avenue

Oak Park, IL 60304-1238

(708) 386-9898

Areas of Expertise

Joseph Lee specializes in the practice of the following modalities:



Herbal Medicine

Qi Gong




Philosophy & Approach

Treat the Body and Soul
Sometimes what seems to be the most urgent and inconvenient symptom to the patient is not the most urgent and critical.  Joseph Lee conducts a full exam to determine the full array of imbalances & works with you to set the right priority in which to address them.

Intrusive Procedures as Last Resort
It is Joseph Lee’s approach to treatment to begin with the least intrusive means first, reserving intrusive procedures only as a last resort.

Joseph Lee’s general approach to treatment is as follows:

1. Slow but sure approach (bottom line being to do no harm)

2. From light to heavy (with regard to pressure and dosage)

3. Reserve intrusive procedures as last resorts

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Video Lectures

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