Dr. Kehua “Joe” Zhou is a clinical assistant professor in the Daemen College Department of Health Promotion. In addition to teaching courses in health care studies, he currently practices physical therapy at the Daemen College Wound Care Clinic and provides acupuncture treatments and consultations to patients.
During the past few years, Zhou has been actively involved in research studies in the fields of wound care, acupuncture, and pain management. His research article, entitled “Dry Needling Versus Acupuncture: The Ongoing Debate,” has been widely referenced in the physical therapy and acupuncture fields.
Results of Zhou’s work have been published in multiple peer-reviewed journals, including the Annals of Internal Medicine. He also has two major research articles under review in the Journal of American Medical Association and Mayo Clinic Proceedings.
Zhou earned a doctor of physical therapy from Daemen, a medical degree in China, and a master’s degree from Beijing University of Chinese Medicine.