Liên started Sunrise Acupuncture in Lowell, and later in Woburn, where she treated patients with chronic pain, sports injuries, fibromyalgia, allergies, insomnia, infertility and women’s health issues, stress, neurological concerns, and digestive problems. In 2012 and 2013 her practice was voted “Greater Woburn’s Best Acupuncture Therapy.” Since 2011, she has also been working at a multidisciplinary center on the North Shore, treating chronic and severe pain. In 2014, Liên suspended her private practice to work in the Cancer Center at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, the Cheng-Tsui Integrated Health Center at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Longwood and Chestnut Hill, and the North-Shore multidisciplinary center. She reopened Sunrise Acupuncture in Woburn in the fall of 2018 because she enjoys giving personalized attention to her patients and focusing on one patient for the duration of the patient’s acupuncture session.
Liên received a Bachelor's degree in Chemical Engineering from MIT and a Master’s degree in Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (MAOM) in 2007 from the New England School of Acupunture (NESA). She went on to study Functional Medicine, Orthopedic Acupuncture, Dr. Tan’s Global Balance and Balancing Methods, Master Tung’s Points, Foot Reflexology, Tuina, non-insertive methods including ShakuJu and Biomagnetic Acupoint Therapy, Cancer and Oriental Medicine, and Herbal Medicine for Women’s Health. In 2013, she spent ten days climbing Emei Mountain in China, learning Emei Qigong and Tuina, meditating, and experiencing traditional Chinese culture.
For her own well-being, Liên implements natural healing through foods and natural supplements, meditation, yoga, acupuncture, massage therapy, chiropractic care, and physical therapy.