Jung Yun Wong, L.Ac., MSTOM, is licensed by both the State of New York and State of Connecticut to practice acupuncture. She graduated from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine and has a Bachelor of Professional Studies and Master of Science in Traditional Oriental Medicine. She holds a Nationally Certified Diplomate of Acupuncture and Chinese Herbology by the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM). She also completed and is certified in Clean Needle Technique (CNT) by the Council of Colleges of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (CCAOM), and holds a Bachelors in Linguistics from SUNY Stony Brook University.

Jung Yun’s primary interests are in women’s health, pediatrics, internal medicine, neurological and musculoskeletal disorders. She has clinically trained with leading practitioners in gynecology, pediatrics, internists and pain management. Jung Yun is trained to treat severe, chronic illness and complex conditions where several different illnesses may strike at the same time with acupuncture and Traditional Oriental Medicine. Her skill as an acupuncturist treats common problems of the eyes, ears, skin, nervous system, musculoskeletal disorders and reproductive organs with the thinnest needles.

Jung Yun brings an extensive personal background in parenting, pediatric development knowledge and Chinese herbal nutrition to her career as a Chinese Medicine Practitioner. She has treated infants and children with development delays and can help you navigate through Early Intervention Program (EIP) and Committees on Preschool Special Education (CPSE). She has used Tui Na (Chinese therapeutic message) and acupuncture to enhance special instruction, speech pathology and audiology, occupational therapy, and physical therapy. With years of experience in the parenting, she continues to integrate her knowledge and experience in both Western and Eastern Medicine in her private practice.

Jung Yun has enhanced her ability to recognize the body’s innate signs of harmony and imbalance. Pain in the body affects the mind and the spirit and impairs the flow of vital energy causing chronic exhaustion, depression, insomnia, anxiety, overeating, and diminishes the ability to enjoy life. All of which enervate the immune system and can manifest as asthma, headaches, arthritis, allergies, sciatica and digestive disorders.