Jae Chang, DACM L.AC is a Doctor of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine and licensed acupuncturist in NY and NJ. Dr. Chang is also a certified herbalist, and certified nationally with NCCAOM (National Certification Committee for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine) and has a master’s degree in biochemistry. As a second-generation acupuncturist and herbalist, Dr. Chang has been extensively trained in the fields of Western medicine, biochemistry, eastern medicine, five-element style acupuncture, and qi gong exercise.
Dr. Chang started his journey into the art of healing in conventional medicine and was admitted to Korea Central Medical University with a full scholarship. That’s when his passion for integrative and natural medicine has been seeded. In the US, he studied and received a master’s degree in biochemistry. He spent many years researching the chemical agents against tumors and those affecting heart conditions. His research subject includes::
- Antitumor effect of phosphatidylcholine derivatives
- Physiological effect of nitric oxide on the vascular system
While studying natural science, Dr. Chang found a deeper passion for helping people in a natural and holistic way rather than just relying on drugs which could do more damage than good. Through decades of qi gong practice, he found the meridian system is not just a theory, but an actual energetic network that deeply impacts one’s health and illness. Later, he enrolled in the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine to study energy healing further and received a Master of Science in Traditional Oriental Medicine. He received two years of clinical training in acupuncture and herbology. Through years of practice and research, he formulated the Qi Flow Healing Work System in 2012 based on his 30+ years of qi gong practice, which proved to be one of the most effective acupuncture techniques in relieving hard-to-treat illnesses.
Dr. Chang emphasizes the importance of boosting one’s immunity through natural and harmonious ways rather than chasing after symptoms endlessly. That’s why he wrote “How to Beat Bird Flu Naturally” in the midst of the bird flu scare in 2010. He firmly believes strengthening one’s immunity will become more and more important as we witness the birth of super germs, new infectious agents, and never-seen-before environmental scares.
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