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Patients Testimonials

Patients' Testimonies

Patients' Testimonies
The vice president at Virginia Tech, Dr. Patty Perillo share her experiences
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The vice president at Virginia Tech, Dr. Patty Perillo share her experiences

Back Pain totally recovery
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Back Pain totally recovery

Lyme Disease Symptoms Free in 2 months
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Lyme Disease Symptoms Free in 2 months

How can college students choose their majors from their hearts
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How can college students choose their majors from their hearts

Saved a Surgery( microdiscectomy )form Herniated Disc Problem
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Saved a Surgery( microdiscectomy )form Herniated Disc Problem

Health & Well Being
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Health & Well Being

a "new" wife & a happier husband
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a "new" wife & a happier husband

Face pain: totally recovery after 2 sessions
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Face pain: totally recovery after 2 sessions

A college student health problems from stress
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A college student health problems from stress

PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder) Back to school now
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PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder) Back to school now

Life insomnia gone and are sleeping through the night
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Life insomnia gone and are sleeping through the night

Career Choice from Heart
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Career Choice from Heart

What the patients say

Patty Perillo: former vice president for student affairs at Virginia Tech
Hi, my name is Dr. 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. I have been a patient of hers for some time and it was important for me to meet with her and spend time with her. Partly for my own health and well-being, but certainly because I continue to advocate for my students and my faculty and staff that they have to take care of themselves in order to be well, and I wanted to role model that and engage in that practice..... She not only helped me understand the symptoms of the pain, but the source of the pain. She not only treated me physically, but in her practice she helps treat me and others physically, emotionally, spiritually! Because she has a integrated approach that really looks at the whole person, not just the person's symptoms, but the totality of that person's experience.....Not only is she cognitively intellectually brilliant, she is intuitively connected to people and nature, she spiritually connected as well. so as a result, she is a healer, she heals people from the inside out! More importantly for me, she helps to teach people how to heal themselves....She helps people move from places of pain and sickness to the places of health, and then once one gets healthier, she helps you move to a place of greater well-being! So I came to her some time ago feeling sick and hurt, and I'm leaving my time with her feeling well more connected emotionally, spiritually, and physically! So if you are committed to your own health and well-being I encourage you to come visit her here in the corporate Research Center on the outskirts of Virginia Tech's campus. She is an extraordinary human being, a brilliant doctor and a terrific healer!!!
Ana B.:   A professor at VT
Dr. Yang was nothing short of a godsend for me. She has helped me tremendously through one of the most physically and emotionally challenging periods of my life. I went to her for support through a miscarriage which happened alongside some other health issues I'd been having for a while. Throughout my life I have been frustrated with the limitations of western medicine and was continuously looking for someone to work with me in a more holistic way.
I found what I was searching for in Dr. Yang- I could not be more pleased with my consultations with her! Dr. Yang has a tremendous wealth of knowledge and expertise and she combines traditional Chinese Medicine with other healing approaches. Most importantly, she is someone of great empathy and will really listen to you! Moreover, she has a very unique gift for understanding her patients intuitively. I have never experienced anyone with such a talent as hers. This enables her to tap into the real needs of a patient, not only addressing the symptoms but the root cause. This happened to me in my very first session and today, after only a few sessions I feel so much better and positive and I will continue on this path knowing that I have the best possible doctor by my side. 
Patrick Ward: A writer
I started going to Joy Yang for digestive related issues in August, 2018. I initially got immediate relief from the acupuncture, but I also got ongoing help in between sessions through her daily herbs (which were very effective and gentle). From my very first visit I felt better, but after a few had gone by I noticed I also felt better in other areas of my life, too. I started waking up alert and fully awake, going to the bathroom less frequently (I'm now zero times during night), falling asleep faster, and having more energy throughout the day. *Notice none of these perks had anything to do with why I started going.

The herbs she prescribes are crushed dried herbs that you put into hot water. They generally have a mildly sweet taste (almost like plain bone broth), and are not hard to drink nor will they likely give you any side effects. Every other acupuncturist I have ever gone to has just given me little black pills packaged in a factory, which never felt that effective.

Joy Yang also teaches you what you can do at home to expedite your healing. No other acupuncturist has ever done this for me either. The techniques are relaxing and have become a major highlight of my day.

The most important takeaway I can give (and that shows in her treatments) is that Joy Yang is a Chinese MD. She's not just an acupuncturist, she's a trained and well practiced medical doctor (acupuncture is just one of her healing methods). The level of training a Chinese MD undergoes compared to someone studying in America is vastly different (3 years compared to 8+). If you have been to an acupuncturist from the states, you'll likely quickly see the difference.
Rick O: A Lawyer
I suffered a very painful torn disk in my lower back several years ago.  It was diagnosed by means of physical examination, x-rays, and finally an MRI. Treatment by an orthopedic surgeon and professional physical therapy brought some relief and healing, but it was short-lived, as the injury recurred.
 
​Michael:  A Faculty at VT
Dr. Yang has been a God send for her skills and medicine. My pain and balance has been restored and I have improved tremendously since April 2018. Dr. Yang's, professionalism and patient concern relaxes me in that I know I am in capable hands.
 
Jenny Orr:  A faculty at VT
If you have any problems, physical or emotional, Dr. Joy Yang is the person to consult. I came to her with a specific problem, but rather than just treating the symptoms, she discovered the underlying root issues and really built up my whole system. In just a couple of months, she helped me address and overcome issues I have had for over 20 years, both physical and emotional. I have never seen a treatment as holistic as hers. She has also taught me ways to self-heal (and even how to heal family members!), and has generally gone above and beyond to help me. You can tell she truly cares about her patients and wants to provide them with tools to succeed in every area of life. She is also caring, funny, and just a wonderful person to interact with, and her practice continues to be such a blessing to me. Thank you, Joy!
 
Jenni Li: A student at VCOM
Dr. Yang is a professional, sweet, and super caring Chinese Medicine Doctor. I first met her at a health fair when I was an osteopathic medical student, as well as attended a seminar in which she taught a group of us students about Traditional Chinese Medicine and gave us demonstrations about acupressure points and how acupuncture needles aren't particularly painful (it was really, really cool!). She also talked about several different aspects about some fundamentals of Traditional Chinese Medicine, modalities used, and was very generous about answering our questions and sharing some of her knowledge with us.

In addition, I also went to her when I had a difficult time with some insomnia and fatigue that I was having as a result of the stress from medical school. Dr. Yang pointed me towards the (emotional) source of my symptoms (using pulse diagnosis) and proper self-care, and she helped me find symptomatic relief when typical medications prescribed from doctors did not help. She is a truly compassionate healer who cares about her patients' well-being, and I cannot recommend her enough.
 
Danyel Baker:  A student at VCOM
Dr. Yang is a true professional who is concerned with seeing her patients become well again as naturally as possible, and that is very important to me. I discovered her practice within the first couple of months of starting my first year in medical school, and it couldn't have come at a better time. Due to the increased stress as well as increased mental and emotional demands, I was not sleeping well and was noticing other downstream effects. In my first and subsequent appointments, she explained how she can help me and how I can help myself to manage my stress and improve my sleep, and the rest fell into place. The acupuncture and other services she has provided to me surpassed my expectations, and I would (and have) recommend her treatments to any and all.
 
Wei Cui:  A Ph.D student from VT
I got my back injured when I did my fitness exercises last week. I couldn't bent over even after one day rest. So, I came to see Dr. Yang. Just after one hour treatment, I can bent in 90 degree without pain. I highly recommend Dr. Yang to everyone. It works great!
 
Caitlin Capone:  A instructor at VT
Dr. Yang is amazing! She has helped me with all sorts of issues and taught me a lot about Chinese Medicine. She is a great listener and can figure out what your problems are in the blink of an eye. She has treated my husband too, and he has had great results. Highly recommend!
 
Marilyn Altizer: A manager
Dr. Joy Yang is awesome! I have suffered from intermittent Trigeminal neuralgia for years. The medicine prescribed by my neurologist was so strong that it made me dizzy and I had trouble thinking straight. I could only take it at night before going to bed and then I would be lethargic the following day.
Then my dentist suggested that I try acupuncture and gave me Dr. Joy Yang's information. I called her and she agreed to see me the next day after her last appointment. It was amazing! After one treatment the pain was gone. She is truly a blessing!
M. H. 
It’s amazing!  The pain is completely gone!  I had shin splints for four months, and I tried everything with no results before I tried acupuncture. It took three weeks for the pain to totally disappear.  It’s not like I woke up, and the pain was gone; it was a gradual progress, because my body was healing itself.  Don’t expect overnight miracles – pain killers just mask the problem, but don’t heal the problem.  Now I’m continuing to see Dr. Yang for overall wellness.
Cre Hartenstein: A teacher
Dr Joy Yang is truly a miracle worker!! I had almost given up on finding relief for my pain when someone suggested acupuncture and how they "knew someone" who came here and the relief they had.....I must admit, I was skeptical - I had been to so many doctors in the last year - with the final diagnosis that I had fibromyalgia and should just learn to accept the chronic pain in my feet or take medicine for life. Sounded like a death sentence to me. BUT, on my 3rd visit here, Dr Yang found the relief to my pain and I actually had NO pain for over 3 hours after that session!!! It was AMAZING!! I forgot what it felt like to not have pain - truly amazing! I am continuing with the plan she has for me and have complete faith that we will find a natural, healthy and lasting solution. Much thanks to Dr Yang and her EHE Clinic!
Judy Yao: A research at VT
My hormone level was very abnormal before I went to the therapy. The estrogen level is close to zero and FSH is around 30 which is far out of normal range. After I went through the therapy for three months, all hormone levels come back to normal range. And my body fell more energy than before. Dr. Yang is very knowledgeable and thoughtful to what I need. Highly recommended! 
 
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I am healed and cancelled my surgery
Grigory Ioffe: a professor at Radford University   
Here is how I met Dr. Joy Yang and how she set me free from my disease and brought me back to active life.
In the fall 2016 semester, I was on sabbatical in Belarus, teaching one course at Belarusian State and doing research. Sometime in November, I began to feel pain to the left of my left knee, something reminiscent of what I had experienced many years ago, in 1989, when I was first diagnosed with herniated disk. After my ability to walk deteriorated, my friends in Minsk, Belarus, helped me to get an MRI. Indeed, it was the same diagnosis as in 1989, and I subsequently spent 11 days in a local hospital where they just alleviated my sufferings so I could at least fly back home.
Upon my return, however, my situation became only marginally better due to my living at home, but the problem still bothered me. I was sent to physical therapy, which I used for several months and I also paid visits to a chiropractor. Nothing helped. Three times, an osteopath administered steroid shots into my spine, but this led to only a temporary 2-3-day relief. “Since nothing helps you,” my family doctor said, “surgery is your only recourse.” The osteopathic surgeon whom I visited in Roanoke in early late February 2017 confirmed that indeed only surgery can help. Since I wanted the procedure after the end of the semester, May 15 was determined as the day of surgery. On May 1, I was supposed to undergo some tests. However, about a week prior to May 1, I cancelled both tests and surgery.
Why was I able to do that? The answer is I received crucial and entirely unexpected help in the meantime, that is, between late February and late April 2017. This is where Joy Yang comes into the picture.
I have to say that I was afraid of surgery or rather of its potential side effects so I decided to follow the advice of my Washington-based colleague who had long suggested that I should find a genuine specialist in traditional Chinese medicine. With this in mind, I actually paid four visits to one self-proclaimed specialist in acupuncture, a professor of Virginia Tech. However, having paid not just visits but also quite a few dollars, I realized the guy was a charlatan. This is when I found Joy by simply browsing the web. By the time I located Dr. Yang and her EHE Clinic, I was already more than skeptical in regard to potential non-surgical help. Yet, I decided to try again out of sheer desperation but also because unlike that Virginia Tech professor, Dr. Joy Yang graduated from the Chengdu University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China, one of top four schools of that type in China. Coupled with my lingering desire to avoid surgery Joy’s credentials offered me a glimmer of hope.
Joy impressed me the very first time I came to see her. Having learned that my pain mostly concentrated under and to the left of my left knee, she began to press with her fingers in the area around my right shoulder. Apparently, she knew something about connections between different parts of the body. Once she found a certain pain control center, she used needles leaving me with those inserted into my flesh for some twenty minutes. Next time, she located yet another pain control center and again used needles, and so it went. Altogether, I made twelve visits to Joy’s clinic