About Evangelina Jacobson
Evangelina Jacobson, President of Acupuncture Yin Yang, P.C.; is a graduate from the New York College of Traditional Chinese Medicine. She earned an award for academic achievement for the Acupuncture program. She also completed her Masters Degree in both Acupuncture and in Oriental Medicine. In addition, Mrs. Jacobson successfully passed the National Boards for Chinese Herbs, earning the Certification for Chinese Herbs and also a Diploma of Oriental Medicine. Previously in 1977 Mrs. Jacobson graduated with special honors from Chemistry School with a Major in Pharmaceutical and Biological Chemistry from the University Autonomous of Nuevo Leon. Mrs. Jacobson worked in Research and Development in PA. She also is a co-founder of one the most prestigious private schools of Long Island, Progressive School of L.I.
Acupuncture Yin Yang, P.C. is dedicated to giving the best possible service. We offer a wide variety of modalities to better accommodate your individual needs.
For example, if you need treatment on your back and due to pain you are unable to lie down on your stomach to receive the acupuncture treatments, no problem! With the latest in technology you can receive very effective treatments in a position that is comfortable for you.
Or if you’re in too much pain to even tolerate the needles, again no problem! You can receive therapy of electro-medicine without needles!
Chinese herbs can also be suggested to enhance the Acupuncture.
In some situations the patient may just want to have herbal treatment with out Acupuncture. This is possible in the case of Asthma, menopause and other cases.
Facial Rejuvenation treatments are also available with needles or without them, using the latest in technology and with No needles!
Give us a call at (516) 771-9267 and make an appointment today.
Visit our website at: www.acupunctureyinyang.com
Languages Spoken English, Spanish
School New York College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Chemistry School, UANL
Degree MAOM, Pharmaceutical Biological Chemistry
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Q: I would like to know more about acupuncture analgesia. Is acupuncture analgesia effective to use during surgery instead of anesthesia medication?
A: Acupuncture Analgesia Acupuncture is used for anesthesia. Needles are inserted both prior to and during surgery. The acupuncture points that... Read More