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EHE Clinic & Wellness is dedicated to integrating the highest standards of conventional, complementary, and alternative medicine, with the purpose of nurturing intrinsic healing in the whole person, body, mind, and spirit. Our mission is to serve, empower, and partner with patients on the path to wellness, transformation, and wholeness.
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Hi, my name is Dr. Patty Perillo and I was the former vice president for student affairs at Virginia Tech and I'm really excited and honored to tell you about Dr. Joy yang..........................
She is an extraordinary human being, a brilliant doctor and a terrific healer!!!
A retired New York City firefighter who was respond to the Trade Center in 9/11 and had many treatments before he came to see Dr. Joy Yang and he thinks these are the best treatments he ever had. So far, he has been came from New York four times now.
Laura came from South Africa : "Dr Joy has given me my life back after suffering with Lyme disease! When I first came to her rooms I had to be assisted with walking and now I can walk a very far distance on my own. Slept so badly and now I sleep like a baby. So fatigued I could not walk up one flight of stairs. Such brain fog and now I think clearly and so many other side effects of the disease that no longer bother me. I owe Dr Joy immense gratitude. She is just the BEST! "
Dr. Yang's Professor
*Picture: Dr. Liang was visiting EHE Clinic in 2019
Liang FanRong: TCM Doctor, Professor, Leading scholar in China and international in the acupuncture researches. Published 135 SCI paper, 25 text books, and 32 patents, etc.
The vice-president of the China Association of Acupuncture, President of the Sichuan Acupuncture Association.
Dr. Yang's Professor
*Picture: Dr. Wang was speaking in the world TCM Psychology Confernect.
Wang MiQu: TCM Doctor, Professor. The founder of TCM Psychology and the leading scholar in this area. His published numerous books and articles about the TCM Psychology.
Dr. Yang's college classmates
Most of them are the department heads at acupuncture or rehabilitation in China's big hospitals now. The average number of patients they see each day is around 70-80. Dr. Yang and her classmates share their latest skills and experiences with each other and discuss difficult cases often. Together, they make a strong team with top quality service and provide great results for their patients.