Dr. Xuguang Yang, AP
Education and Training in Acupuncture, Western Medicine and TCM
Dr. Yang was trained in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), acupuncture and Western Medicine for five years at Yunnan College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and three more years at Hunan Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China. Dr. Yang trained a total of eight years to earn his medical degree. He practiced as a medical doctor in major hospitals in China for 16 years beginning in 1986, where he was a physician of integrative medicine combining Western medicine with acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine, with a special emphasis on research and practice in Internal Medicine and Gerontology. He has over 30 years of experience in clinical teaching and research on acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Academic Professor in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine
Dr. Yang completed many research projects that focused on acupuncture and Traditional Chinese medicine for pain, mental disorders, cardiovascular disorders, insomnia, diabetes, stroke rehabilitation, and reducing the side effects of Western medications. He also coauthored eight books and published over ten research articles on acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine in China. He has been actively teaching acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine in the United States since 2001. He was an instructor, supervisor, and clinic director at Florida College of Integrative Medicine in Orlando. Dr. Yang also taught at Dragon Rises College of Oriental Medicine in Gainesville.
Clinical Experience in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine
Dr. Yang’s clinical experience includes internal medicine, chronic pain management, neurological and psychological/emotional disorders, cardiovascular disorders, and musculoskeletal disorders. Other conditions that he has treated include Bell’s palsy, facial spasms, stroke rehabilitation, peripheral neuropathy, tremors, restless leg syndrome, gastrointestinal disorders, diabetes, hypothyroidism, arrhythmia including atrial fibrillation/sick sinus syndrome, PMS, menopause, endometriosis, BPH(benign prostatic pyperplasia), prostatitis, allergies, sinusitis, skin rashes, eczema, acne, and emotional disorders resulting from stress, including anxiety, depression, insomnia and chronic fatigue.