Treatment and Healing Services Provided

Dr. Ming Yang is a practitioner with a unique educational and training background. With her over 30 years of training and experience in Western Medicine, Chinese Medicine, and Neurosciences, as well as her deep care and compassion for her patients, Dr. Ming Yang has developed an Acupuncture Treatment Strategy and practiced for over 14 years in the USA. The approach not only treats various pain symptoms but also holistically rebalancing the patient’s entire body thereby alleviating chief complaints as well as treating related root reasons by using acupuncture which never causes side effects, as well as help patients set up of property life styles based on Chinese Medicinal theories. Dr. Yang has treated patients of ages from 3 to 103. Please see the responses from some of her patients at http://www.acupuncture-ohc.com/testimonial.html.

Dr Ming Yang has successfully treated various pain symptoms, headache / migraine, fibromyalgia, severe anxiety with panic, depression, Bell’s Palsy, cough and asthma, fatigue, insomnia, IBS, constipation, etc., tinnitus, TMJ, PMS, bladder out of control…

Education and Background

Dr. Ming Yang began studying acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine over 38 years ago while earning her medical degree in Western Medicine at West China University of Medical Sciences, one of the four most prestigious medical schools in China. Also, she earned her Master’s of Acupuncture from the New York College of Traditional Chinese Medicine (NYCTCM) in 2004. She is a Board Certified and Diploma licensed acupuncturist in NJ, NY and PA, and a sitting Board Member of an Acupuncture Association in New York. Dr. Yang was a speaker at the World Federation Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture Society Conferences, held in San Francisco in 2013 and Houston in 2014. These international conferences are the largest and most prestigious meetings of acupuncture practitioners.

Additionally, Dr. Yang has a Ph.D. in Neurosciences. She conducted post-doctoral research at the University of Pennsylvania. She then held the position of Senior Scientist and Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Neurology in the Medical School of Thomas Jefferson University for ten years. Dr. Yang was first author on research entitled “Jefferson Study Determines Bone Marrow Stroma Stem Cells May Aid in Stroke Recovery,” which has yielded more than 20 domestic and international citations. Furthermore, she is the recipient of awards from the National Parkinson’s Disease Foundation and Parkinson’s and Movement Disorders Foundation. Dr. Yang has been focusing her attention on her Central Philadelphia clinical acupuncture practice, located in the Myrna Brind Center of Integrative Medicine at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, and developing her private medical practice in Southern New Jersey.