About Dorothy Chae
Traditional Chinese Medicine, Acupuncture and Herbology. Individualized herbal decoction prepared for each patient.
In 1998, the National Institute of Health (NIH) released a consensus statement that acupuncture may help low back pain, osteoarthritis, headache, fibromyalgia, tennis elbow, migraine, asthma, carpal-tunnel syndromes, dysmenorrhea, stroke rehabilitation, chemotherapy related nausea, vomitting and neuropathy, drug addictions, and other conditions that involve chronic pain.
In my practice, besides treating the above conditions, I specialize in women’s health issues, such as infertility, gynecology(uterine fibroids, endometriosis, PCO), mental health (anxiety and depression), pregnancy, postpartum care, weight problems and menopause. I also work with cancer patients in Holy Name Medical Center for oncology support to treat side effects from chemotherapy and radiation
I realize that finding a well trained acupuncturist is not an easy task. I am a National Board Certified acupuncturist, and herbalist, licensed in New York and New Jersey State. I have received a Master’s Degree in Oriental Medicine from Mercy college’s Graduate Program and Ph.D in Oriental Medicine from American Liberty University. I interned at the Center of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in Sound Shore Medical Center of Westchester in New Rochelle, New York. In addition, I have been a licensed pharmacist in New York State for over twenty years.
I use gentle techniques by using disposable needles to reduce any discomfort associated with needling. Actually, most of my patients will say it is painless.
Please visit our website at www.evacupuncture.com
Languages Spoken English, Korean, Spanish
Degree BS in Pharmacy, MS in Oriental Medicine,Ph.D in Oriental Medicine
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- Affiliation: Holy Name Hospital
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Q: My husband and I have been trying to conceive a child for several months. We are wondering if acupuncture can improve our chances?
A: Yes, research has shown that acupuncture can be beneficial for both female and male reproductive function. In approximately 20% of cases, no... Read More