Dr. Xuguang Yang’s Background

Education and Training in Acupuncture, Western Medicine and TCM

acupuncture in Gainesville, Ocala and The VillagesDr. Yang was trained in  Traditional Chinese Medicine, acupuncture and Western Medicine for eight years at Yunnan College of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Hunan Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine.  Upon completion Dr. Yang received  his  medical degree.  He has practiced  as an acupuncture physician and medical doctor in major hospitals in China for 16 years where he was a vice chief physician in acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine research in Internal Medicine and Gerontology. He has over 25 years of clinical and research experience in acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine.

Academic Professor in Acupuncture

Dr.Yang has completed many research projects that focused on acupuncture and Traditional Chinese medicine for pain, mental disorders, insomnia, diabetes, stroke rehabilitation, and reducing the side effects of Western Medications. He also co-authored8 books in acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine and published over 10 research papers 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 former clinic director at Florida College of Integrative Medicine in Orlando. Currently, Dr. Yang also teaches at Dragon Rises College of Oriental Medicine in Gainesville where he lives with his wife and daughter.

Clinic Experience
His clinical experience includes internal medicine, pain management, neurological and psychological/emotional disorders, including musculoskeletal disorders. These include chronic pain, Bell’s palsy, facial spasms, stroke rehabilitation, peripheral neuropathy, tremors, leg restless syndrome; emotional disorders resulting from stress, anxiety, and depression; including insomnia, fatigue, gastrointestinal disorders, hypothyroidism, PMS, menopause, women/men problems, allergies, sinusitis, skin rashes, eczema and acne.

Dr. Yang brings his vast experience to bear against almost anything that ails the human body. Whether you have pain, allergies, stress, digestive problems, hair loss, hot flashes, etc., Dr. Yang can usually help you return to a better quality of life with a stronger immune system. Those who have been treated by him are truly amazed by his kind nature and safe, effective touch.

Specialized Protocols of Treatment

Dr. Yang specializes in the treatment of chronic pain, fatigue, insomnia and emotion related disorders. Utilizing acupuncture and electro-acupuncture, many of his patients experience a sense of peace and relaxation after their first treatment.

He has had success using acupuncture in the treatment of neurological diseases such as essential tremor, facial paralysis, restless legsyndrome and peripheral neuropathy.

He has also had success in the treatment of hormonal imbalances, relieving symptoms and problems related to PMS, abnormal menstruation, menopause and hypothyroidism. Using a combination of acupuncture and herbal formulas, he has also been able to help with male sexual dysfunction.

He has also achieved a great deal of success in the treatment of acne; developing specialized acupuncture protocols and herbal formulas specific to each patient’s type of acne. Most patients’ will see a positive response within the first week of treatment.

Selected Publications

1. Hu, X.J, Yang, X.G, et al, Clinic Observation on the Efficacy Enhancing and Toxicity Attenuating Effect of NuzhenYangyin Granule to the Anti-Parkinsonism Therapy Mainly with MedopaChinese Journal of Integrated Traditional andWestern Medicine, P.R. China, No.11, 2003.

2.   Yang, X.G, et al., Zhongfeng Xikong treatment with 36 cases for sequels of stroke, Hunan Integrated Traditional and Western medicine Conference, Changsha, P.R.China, 2000.

3.    Liu, L.Y, Yang, X.G, et al. Studies on neuro-immunological regulation of senile rats by using the principle of replenishing Qi and promoting blood circulation, Chinese Journal of Integrated Traditional and Western Medicine, P.R. China, No.10, 1997.

4.    Yang, X.G, Peng, Y.G, et al. Nao meishu keli treatment with 32 case studies for Atheroslerosis of the brain, Hunan Guiding Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Pharmacology, P.R. China, No.4, 1997.

5.   Liu, L.Y, Yang, X.G, et al. Brief review of replenishing Qi and promoting blood circulation methods for slowing the aging process, Hunan Traditional Chinese Medicine Magazine, P.R. China, No.2.1997

6.   Yu, Z. K, Yang, X.G, et al. Combination of Chinese-Western medicine and Western medicine treatment with 61 cases studies for viral myocarditis, Hunan Guiding Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Pharmacology, P.R. China, No.5, 1995.

7.   Yang, X.G. Reducing phlegm and remove blood stasis Treatment for Insomnia, Hunan Guiding Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Pharmacology, P.R. China, No.2, 1995

8.   Yang, X.G. Introducing experiences of treatment for obstinate difficult treatment diseases, Hunan Traditional Chinese Medicine Magazine, P.R. China, No.1, 1990

9.  Song, L. Z, Yang, X.G. et al., Zhonghua Herbal Medicine; Clinical Research, Experiential and Documentary Monographs (Zhong Hua Ben Cao), Shanghai Science and Technology  press, P.R. China, 1998

10.  Hu, L.Z, Yang, X.G., et al., Syndrome differentiation and treatment of Internal Medicine, Hunan Science and Technology press, P.R. China, 1995

11.  He, Q.H, Yang, X.G. et al. Outline of Diagnosis and Treatment of Diseases with Traditional Chinese Medicine, World Books Press Company, P.R. China, 1997

12. Sun, G. Y, Yang, X.G, et al. Traditional Chinese Medicine Treatment for Inflammatory Lesions, Chinese Medical Secience and Technology Press, P.R. China, 1990

(Please note: All selected documents are in Chinese without English translation)

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