Yong Ping Jiang
- College of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine
- Emotional disorders and mental health
- Chronic internal health problems
- Disease prevention
- Health preservation
I am a professor at the College of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine at Northwestern Health Sciences University. I started my traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) study in China in 1978. I received my Traditional Chinese Medicine master of medicine and doctorate degrees in China. During the past 30 years, I have practiced in Chinese hospitals as a TCM doctor. I began practicing and teaching in the United States in 1996.
I strongly believe that a good practitioner must combine TCM theories with modern clinical practices. I also believe that in addition to mastered clinical skills, you need to have compassion for your patient – I stress this to the students I teach and interns I supervise.
As a professor I teach courses in herbal classics, herbal clinical medicine, and herbal formulas and strategies. I also supervise acupuncture and Oriental medicine student interns who are in clinical practice at the University’s teaching clinics.
Jiang, Y. The effect of sadness and other emotions on the body. Acupuncture Today. 2003;4(1).
Jiang, Y. The TCM diagnosis and treatment of bipolar disorder. Part One. Acupuncture Today. 2003;4(9).
Jiang, Y. The TCM diagnosis and treatment of bipolar disorder. Part Two. Acupuncture Today. 2003;4(11).
Jiang, Y. Vinegar, the bitter herb. Acupuncture Today. 2004;5(7).
Jiang, Y, Stefanovic, J. The acupuncture treatment of peripheral neuropathy in HIV/AIDS. The Journal of Chinese Medicine. 2002;68(27).
- CPR/AED certification, 2009
- NCCAOM Diplomate - Acupuncture,
- Bachelor of Medicine - Shandong University, China, 1983
- Master of Medicine - Shandong University, China, 1992
- Doctor of Philosophy - Shandong University, China, 1995