Acupuncture is the practice of penetrating the skin with sterile and thin metallic needles which are then activated through gentle and specific movements of the practitioner’s hands or with electrical stimulation. Hundreds of clinical studies on the benefits of acupuncture show that it successfully treats conditions ranging from musculoskeletal problems (back pain, neck pain, and others) to nausea and migraine headaches.
Your body is comprised of several points, when triggered, can induce certain reactions, such as pain relief. These acupuncture points stimulate internal painkillers and blood flow to your muscles, nerves, and tissues. Acupuncture is an effective treatment for a plethora of conditions and illnesses including Fibromyalgia, Lower back pain, Osteoarthritis, Headaches, in addition to a magnitude of other conditions. Acupuncture can be an effective treatment by itself or it can be an adjunct to physical therapy for several illnesses and conditions; these include neck or lower back pain, joint pains such as knee or shoulder pain, osteoarthritis, headaches, or fibromyalgia, to name a few.
We specialize in Chinese acupuncture, Chinese herb, acupressure, Chinese Tui-Na technique, Western osteopathic spinal manipulation, soft tissue release, and therapeutic exercise to address pain management (neck, shoulder, lower back, knee, and ankle joint or muscular pain), general fatigue, facial palsy, headache, dizziness & vertigo, insomnia, depression & anxiety, irregular menstruation, male conditions, menopause syndrome, weight management, etc.
Tammy Huang, L.AC, MSTOM
Tammy Huang is a Board-Certified Acupuncturist. Tammy was professionally trained and received her Master’s degree in Oriental Medicine (MSTOM) from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. She had fellow-shipped with Dr. Hai-Xia Ni, mastering her international medical skills and Oriental Medicine knowledge. Throughout the years, Tammy has striven to refine her practice skills in order to provide the best outcome for each patient. She has been passionate about pursuing higher levels of treatments for her patients. Additionally, Dr. Huang specializes in women’s infertility.
Wed & Sun: 9:30AM – 6:00PM
Mon: 3:00PM – 7:30PM
Tue & Fri: 11:00AM – 7:30PM
Chung Ying Tsai, LAc, MSPT, MSTOM
Dr. Chung-Ying (Fred) Tsai is a dedicated licensed physical therapist and acupuncturist serving patients in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens, NY. Since Dr. Tsai is one of the few providers who have both licenses in practicing Physical Therapy and Acupuncture please read the following in regards to the insurances accepted.
His specialties include orthopedic physical therapy and traditional Chinese style acupuncture. Dr. Tsai specializes in Chinese acupuncture, Chinese herb, acupressure, Chinese Tui-Na technique, Western osteopathic spinal manipulation, soft tissue release, and therapeutic exercise to address pain management (neck, shoulder, lower back, knee, and ankle joint or muscular pain), general fatigue, facial palsy, headache, dizziness & vertigo, insomnia, depression & anxiety, irregular menstruation, male conditions, menopause syndrome, weight management, etc. Dr. Tsai’s understanding and compassionate demeanor help patients relax so they can receive all the benefits of quality physical therapy and acupuncture.
Dr. ShinJa (Sarah) Uhm, LAc, PhD
Dr. ShinJa (Sarah) Uhm is a dedicated acupuncturist. She is a practitioner at Chung Ying Physical Therapy & Acupuncture. Patients book appointments with her for acupuncture or Chinese medicine consultations, acupressure, and cupping.
Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri & Sat: 9:15AM – 5:45PM
Dr. Yan (Rachel) Zhou, LAc, MSTOM
Ms. Yan (Rachel) Zhou is a detail-oriented and skilled acupuncturist. She earned her master’s degree in traditional oriental medicine from the Pacific College of Health and Science.
Based in New York, Ms. Zhou works with the offices of Chung Ying Physical Therapy & Acupuncture. Here, she uses alternative techniques like acupuncture, acupressure, cupping, and massage therapy to treat such diverse conditions as kidney stones, neck and shoulder pain, acne, dysmenorrhea, gallstones, and sciatica. Additionally, she conducts sessions for alcohol detoxification, anxiety, and drug addiction.
Ms. Zhou’s fluency in English and Mandarin enables her to offer culturally sensitive and competent care to clients belonging to different communities. She works tirelessly towards the welfare of everyone she looks after.
Mon: 10:00AM – 7:30PM
Tue: 11:00AM – 7:30PM
Wed: 1:30PM – 7:30PM
Thu: 11:00AM – 7:30PM
Tue: 10:00AM – 7:30PM
We Help You To Create a Pain Free Lifestyle
- Get rid off pain relief patches. Place disposable heat bags to warm affected areas.
- Use your nose to breath in order to prevent the cold energy from entering your mouth.
- Sleep on your back in order to rest your bones. It can also reduce the impacts of the gravity.
- Use both sides of teeth simultaneously to chew food.
- Take a sunbath to raise your body energy.
- Do not eat food that is below your body temperature.
—坂井 学(Selected from All Pains Will Be Gone When Your Body Is Warm!)