About Dr. Yarong Lin
Dr Yarong Lin DOM, L.Ac., M.Ac., MD(China) a third generation doctor of Chinese Medicine received her medical degree in China in 1992 and served on the staff of one of China's largest hospitals for more than 12 years. She finished her post doctoral studies for acupuncture at the Florida College of Integrative Medicine. Being a licensed Acupuncturist, Herbal Specialist and Chinese Medical Doctor, she prides herself in the treatment of almost untreatable chronic diseases by using a combination of acupuncture, herbal medicine, and proper individualized diet therapy in combination with many other ancient Chinese disciplines.
Dr. Lin's broad range of experience and education has helped launch her clinic in Florida, where she is now considered one of the most skilled practitioners in diagnosing health and stress-related problems such as digestion probelms-weight gained. Often she will find herself working in collaboration with western doctors.
In addition to utilizing acupuncture for Pain relief, Digestive disorders, Mental Disorders, Men and Women Problems, AntAging, Rejuvenation, Infertility, Fatigue and many more, Dr. Lin has brought to Florida extensive knowledge of Herbal Therapy and is the third generation Chinese Medical Doctor to practice Chinese Medicine. Her vast herbal knowledge allows her to custom mix specialized herbal powders to treat many, many individualized situations.
We provide services to North Palm Beach FL and surrounding areas including Palm Beach Gardens, FL; Juno Beach, FL; Jupiter, FL; and West Palm Beach, FL.
We accept insurance.
Languages Spoken Philippines, Chinese, English
School Guangzhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine( China); Florida College of Integrative Medicine
Degree MD (China), OMD, AP, LAc, MAc
Areas of Expertise
Styles of Acupuncture
- American Acupuncture Council
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