Dr. Hui OUYANG is a Doctor of Oriental Medicine, Doctor of Chiropractic and Licensed Acupuncturist in Texas. Originally a medical doctor in China, Dr. Ouyang is currently practicing in Friendswood, Galveston and southern Houston areas with clinic, research and teaching experience in acupuncture and Chinese medicine, as well as chiropractic manipulations.
Dr. Ouyang grew up in China in a doctor family of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) ascending to his great grandfather who was a TCM doctor with great renown in his hometown. In addition to years of learning from his family, he completed a 5-year full-time program of professional education majoring in acupuncture and TCM in 1993 with M.D. degree in China. After graduation, he had been working at a major hospital of Chinese medicine undergoing a 6-year residency training of TCM Orthopedics and accumulated extensive clinic experience on Chinese medicine specializing in acupuncture for pain management.
After moving to the US in 1999, Dr. Ouyang got intensive experience in acupuncture research by working as a research fellow in the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, and a research scientist in Transneuronix research company. His papers were published in prestigious medical journals, including Gastroenterology, American Journal of Physiology, Alimentary Pharmacology & Therapeutics, Digestive Diseases and Sciences, etc. His extraordinary research accomplishments resulted in Young Investigator’s Awards in the meetings of American Motility Society and the International Electrogastrography Society, and Posters of Distinction at Digestive Disease Week -- the annual conference of American Gastroenterology Association.
At the meantime, he also passed all the national examinations on acupuncture and herbology (National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine), and was certified and designated a Licensed Acupuncturist in the State of Texas (Texas State Board of Acupuncture Examiners).
In order to update knowledge of modern medicine, in order to adapt the great language and culture shock, Dr. Ouyang went back to school again in 2005, and graduated from Pasadena’s Texas Chiropractic College as Doctor of Chiropractic in 2008.
With the education from both China and United States, with the experience from both clinic practice and scientific research, Dr. Ouyang provide a unique integrated Chinese and western medicine (acupuncture, Chinese herbs, chiropractic and nutrition) for preventions and treatments of common diseases, especially anxiety/depression, allergy, GI diseases, musculoskeletal disorders and pain syndromes.
Based on research and clinic experiences, Dr. Ouyang is also teaching courses of acupuncture and Chinese medicine at American College of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine as an adjunct faculty. The courses he teaches include the programs of master and doctoral degree, especially on acupuncture and manipulations.
Using a combination method of chiropractic, acupuncture and physical
medicine, Dr. Hui Ouyang treats sports injuries with great success. His
treatments for the main players in Houston Dynamo Team are of significant
influence. Professional players he treated include Ricard Clark, David Horst,
Kofi Sarkodie, Omar Cummings, and Andrew Driver and so on. Among them, Ricardo
Clark is Houston Dynamo’s midfielder, in US Major League Soccer. He participated
in the 2010 World Cup in South Africa for US Men’s National Soccer Team.
The patient Dr. Hui Ouyang treated were reported on "New York Times" as an example for acupuncture to treat pain more effectively than drugs. Lt. Col. Richard Brunk is one of his veteran patients, clinic seeking help for Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) caused by traumatic brain Injury (TBI). Acupuncture eased his headaches and other symptoms more effectively than drugs. The video for the acupuncture therapy was taken in YIN & YANG Healthcare showing Dr.O performing acupuncture on Lt. Col. Brunk.
1. Therapies including acupuncture eased Colonel Brunk"s headaches more effectively than drugs.
Todd Heisler/The New York Times (December 16, 2012)
2. Houston Dynamo"s Ricardo Clark making progress in recovery from concussion.
3. Midfielder Ricardo Clark captured three club awards: Most Valuable Player, Players’ Player of the Year, and Humanitarian of the Year.
Address: 903 S Friendswood Dr
Friendswood, TX 77546
Work Phone: (+1281) 612-2116
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