EVA Huang L.ac.

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Eva Huang is a New York State licensed acupuncturist and a National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM) certified herbalist. Born in China, she immigrated to the US in 2001 and earned her Masters of Science in Traditional Oriental Medicine at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in New York. She began practicing acupuncture and herbal medicine in 2012, established her first clinic in 2013 in SoHo, NY, and her second clinic in 2017 in Midtown East, NY.

Huang grew up under the influence of many masters and elders in Hong Kong, where the Taoist wisdom of living in harmony with the universe was deeply ingrained in her world outlook. She first developed her interest in using food as medicine at an early age and continued to seek the wisdom behind effortless healing, slowly building upon the knowledge deeply ingrained in the Chinese Taoist way of life and using only dietary choices as medicine with no disruptions to daily life. Eventually, when she became a practitioner of Chinese medicine, Huang integrated this background of using nature to heal. She seeks to restore harmony between the body and the universe, emphasizing preventative medicine before the manifestation of illness.

Huang specializes in Traditional Chinese Medicine for infertility, women's health and pain management. Using acupuncture, herbal medicine, and lifestyle changes, she has helped numerous women become pregnant, manage hormonal imbalances, and restore regularity in menstrual cycles. Throughout her practice, she has had tremendous success in treating pain-related issues. Her healing philosophy addresses internal and external causes of diseases.

 
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Jonathan C Laqui, LPT

Laqui is a skilled Physical Therapist with over ten years of experience providing direct patient care to individuals  with neck and upper back pain, lumbago with sciatica, traumatic sports injuries of knees, feet and ankles, hips, pulled muscle, frozen shoulder, bursitis, impingement, tennis elbow and tendinitis. He combines manual therapy and therapeutic exercise to tailor individual programs for his patients. Laqui earned his bachelor’s degree in Physical Therapy from Our Lady of Fatima University, Philippines, and his postdoctoral degree in Physical Therapy and Dominican College in Orangeburg, NY.