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Xiaona Yang

L.Ac., MD(China) Dermatology of TCM 

About Xiaona Yang

Xiaona Yang, M.D (China), Dipl.OM, has over 13 years clinical dermatology experience in acupuncture, Chinese herbs and western medicine in China. She graduated with Traditional Chinese Medicine(TCM) degree from a 5-year medical program at HeBei college of TCM after which she continued her education with a 3-year medical program in dermatology at HuBei university of TCM where she received a M.D. in dermatology of western medicine and Traditional Chinese Medicine. Dermatology has a unique character that doctors usually just use their eyes to get diagnosis, Dr. Yang has accumulated much clinical experience while practicing in China.
Dr. Yang has distinguished experience in Dermatology of Traditional Chinese Medicine Autoimmune Rheumatic Diseases, Cancer Adjuvant Therapy and Facial Rejuvenation
Patient satisfaction matters to us because we know your health matters to you. We offer the natural, green treatment methods to our patients. We also educate patients about their skin condition and the treatment available for it.
Please visit our website at www.acupunctureherbshouston.com for more information

Languages Spoken Chinese, English, Spanish

School HUBEI University of Traditional Chinese Medicine

Degree OMD (China)

Treatment Techniques

Acupuncture Cupping Herbology

Areas of Expertise

Allergies Allergy Asthma Cosmetic Acupuncture Dermatology Facial Diagnosis Immune Disorders Oncology Support Pain Management Pediatrics Rheumatology acne eczema

Styles of Acupuncture

Chinese Herbal Medicine Scalp Acupuncture Traditional Chinese Acupuncture

The acupuncture office of Xiaona Yang in Houston, TX is within driving distance from the following cities:

Alief Bunker Hill Village Bellaire Meadows Place Addicks Stafford Astrodome Sugar Land Greenway Plaza Hilshire Village Gridiron Barker

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