Dr. Ye graduated from one of the top western medical schools in China, specialized in the integration of western and Chinese medicine. She received her Ph.D. from Juntendo Medical School in Tokyo Japan. She has also been a research scientist at University of Wisconsin Medical School in Madison, Wisconsin.
Dr. Ye has 18 years of clinical and medical research experience. Her areas of expertise include infertility, pain management, sexual dysfunction, skin problems, allergies and cancer related treatments.
Due to her western medical training and experience as a physician, and combing traditional Chinese style acupuncture with "Ryodoraku", a Japanese acupuncture system that combines western medical theory with TCM holistic approach, her unique treatment approach is more effective, has a higher success rate and works faster.
Due to her clinical excellence, she was awarded the prestigious "Accomplished Young Doctors" award in Shanghai, China. She has been an acupuncture demonstrator to foreign visitors from Germany, France, America, Japan and Korea at Yuenyang Hospital, the only Shanghai hospital that specializes in combining western and Chinese medicine. She has published numerous papers on medical journals in China, Japan and the US. In Chicago, she works with renowned physician Dr. Lo, who is one of the earliest and most effective acupuncture practitioners in the city. Recently she has been frequently invited to lecture on fertility treatments and pain management with TCM.
Fan Jiang (Pietrangelo), L. Ac., MSOM, is an NCCAOM Board Certified Acupuncturist and Herbalist. She graduated as a valedictorian from National University of Health Sciences in 2013. During two years of internship at school clinic, Fan had experience with gynecological cases including menstruation problem, infertility, pregnancy maintenance, and menopause as well as patients with stress, insomnia and digestive issues. She also worked at Pain Clinic in John Stroger Cook County hospital.
With a strong biochemistry background, Fan considers human body as a delicate and precise biochemical machine, and symptoms are the manifestations of imbalanced bio-energies. She also utilizes Traditional Chinese Medicine as preventative health care.