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Dr. Inyoung Yang, DC, FIAMA, MS

Dr. Yang went on to perform her medical clerkships at the Veteran Affairs (VA) Hospitals in New Haven and Newington, Connecticut after her medical education. There she trained under the expert tutelage of Dr. Anthony Lisi, Chief of VA hospital chiropractic services and a chair of the Veterans Health Administration National Chiropractic Field Advisory Committee. At present, the VA hospital network is the largest integrated health care system in which chiropractic trainees can acquire clinical skills along-side other medical professionals. During her time there, Dr. Yang developed a passion for treating those veterans suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder or PTSD.

She has a full-time successful practice as a chiropractor and acupuncturist in Fairfield, Southport CT, as both a chiropractor and acupuncturist, Dr. Yang understands the intimate relationship between acupuncture and chiropractic; this combination promotes the best healing. She specializes in the diagnosis of different types of pain especially from PTSD (posttraumatic stress disorder), soft-tissue management, stress management and its treatments with an innovative, established and well-researched approach to non-surgical care, while incorporating proper nutrition protocols.

Dr. Yang also cares for a diverse range of patients, offering a combination of acupuncture, chiropractic, cupping, moxibustion, ART, Graston Technique, detoxification, and traditional Chinese medicine for optimum results. She also attended continuing education for nutrition, rehabilitation and management for PTSD to help patients the most.

The synergistic effect of these specialties will benefit you greatly. If you seek a great experience and fast results in the Fairfield County CT area, Choose the service you are interested in below or schedule an appointment for a consultation.




Moxibustion (MOXA)

Nutritional Consultation


Weight Loss

Contact Dr. Inyoung Yang at 347-610-6330.

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