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Acupuncture Winter Park is a practice for the treatment of pain, psychological issues and fertility. Following new developments and practices, acupuncture has been proven to help overcoming infertility. Dr Yin Chengchao earned her MD and OMD degree from Guangxi University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Dr Yin has over 20 years of clinical experience working with both Western and Eastern medicine in treating over 100,000 Patients in China and United States.
Her unique background allows her to combine the western technologies with ancient Chinese theory to provide a holistic treatment for her patients. Dr Yin has been using the theories, techniques and applications of Traditional Chinese Acupuncture and herbal medicine with famous Master Tung acupoints to successfully treat wide array of musculoskeletal , neurological disorders, genito-urinary problems and psycho-emotional disorders. Through clinical research, she has further developed these techniques and applications with high success rates in her acupuncture Winter Park practice.
Acupuncture is proven to be an effective treatment for:
Dr Yin’s specialty and personal interest is also in gynecology by using acupuncture and Chinese Herbs to help patients with infertility issues. For the past several years, Dr Yin has been working with fertility doctors to improve the success rates of IUI and IVF.
As an Integrative clinic of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine in Winter Park and Orlando, Dr. Yin regularly prescribes a range of Chinese Herbs and Teas that offer long term treatments and preventative benefits.
Dr. Yin holds a series of CEU courses, seminars and Florida State board review classes for the acupuncture practitioners and students every year. Dr Yin is the professor and clinic supervisor in the Florida Collage Integrative Medicine where she is held in the highest regard by her students.
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