Yong Chen, MD (China), L.Ac.

Dr. Yong Chen has practiced as an attending doctor integrating orthopedic surgery, acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, and Asian bodywork.
Dr. Yong Chen, L.Ac.

Dr. Chen has more than 10 years’ clinical experience and success in the treatment of pain-related syndromes.

His clinical specialty is applying an integrated therapy consisting of acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine and Asian bodywork (Tui Na) to treat various pain-related syndromes.

This includes cervical spondylosis, sciatica, lumbago, degenerative osteoarthritis, rotator cuff injury, frozen shoulder, tennis elbow, tendonitis, knee joint pain, heel pain, sports injury, recovery from fracture and surgery, fibromyalgia, and various internal and external pain syndromes, soft tissue injury, numbness, muscle weakness & atrophy.

For sure, Dr. Chen is pleased when his patients report improvement or relief from their pain, but he is also highly motivated when he doesn’t see immediate results.

“Working with challenging cases drives me to seek better treatment methods. I am constantly studying to better help my patients.” he explains.

Dr. Chen, who is a rigorous and outstanding clinician, believes that working with patients makes him a better healer every day.

While not working, Dr. Chen often enjoys playing basket ball, fishing, and studying English to improve his communication skills.

How to book appointment with Dr. Chen

Dr. Chen offers Free-Initial-Consultation to anyone who is thinking about get his healing service.

Here is something special about Dr. Chen.

He had 8 years of medical schooling, a full-5-year program, and a full-3-year advanced training program. Both from the famous Chendu University of TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine).

He received his medical degree in 2005, and his advanced specialty degree of TCM Orthopedics in 2008. His specialty is bone and sports medicine.

He had worked in a big hospital in China, the Sichuan State Orthopedic Hospital from 2008 to 2011, as orthopedic surgeon, in charge of 32 hospital beds with support of 4 assistants.

Dr. Chen has performed over 500 surgeries, with specialization with ankle injuries.

In 2011, Dr. Chen moved to Austin Texas with his wife Dr. Grace Yan, who is a Ph.D. and MD of Chinese medicine, and she has been a faculty of AOMA acupuncture school here in Austin Texas. Now you know why Dr. Chen left his amazing surgeon position in China.

Since Dr. Chen no longer use his surgery skills to help patients, now he focus to use his non-surgical to help his American patients. And his modern medicine knowledge come handy to diagnose his patients.

For your information, accurate western diagnosis is not a strong point for most acupuncturists.

With that said, Dr. Chen now use acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, Tui Na, and Cupping to help his patients relieve pain, and restore health.

For those of you don’t know what Tui Na therapy is, it’s an advanced ancient Chinese medicine bodywork.

In the past, top Chinese political leaders often get this privileged service to maintain their great health.

Who should seek Dr. Chen’s healing?

You should consider to seek Dr. Chen healing if this describe you.

  1. Chronic pain, including, lower back pain, frozen shoulder pain, knee pain, ankle pain, neck pain due to too much computer work.
  2. Stress and insomnia. If you feel too much stress and could not sleep well, consider using Dr. Chen’s acupuncture and Tui Na service. Often patient fall asleep during Tui Na session.
  3. Post surgery recovery.

Who should not seek Dr. Chen’s healing?

No body is perfect, and Dr.Chen is no exception.

Especially his English. To be frank, Dr. Chen speaks English with obvious Chinese accent. Anybody who could be bothered by that may not want to seek his help.

One thing I can tell you is this, he takes his time.