Flynn Chang, L.Ac, DAOM
"You don't have to totally believe in Chinese Medicine nor my personal experiences, but please believe in the great healing potential of your own." - Flynn Y.S. Chang, 2017.
"From the moment you accept and activate your self-healing potential, you are no longer a patient, but a recovering person who steps on the way of healing at your own will." - Flynn Y.S. Chang, 2017.
Flynn Yi-Shou Chang learned Yi-Ching and Traditional Chinese Medicine from several folk masters of TCM in Taiwan as an apprentice for 5 more years before he came to the States in 2013. He has started his Tai-Chi Qi Gong training in 2005 and practicing acupuncture since 2010.
Flynn graduated from Five Branches University in 2016. He also got the DAOM degree from FBU later in 2020. He is well-versed in TCM diagnostic skills of pulse taking and tongue diagnosis and spends copious time furthering his practice in TCM channel diagnosis & palpation. He can help people not only with pain management or sports/work injury but also many chronic issues, such as insomnia, allergies, digestion disorder, mobility disorder, long COVID symptoms, and side effects after COVID-19 vaccines such as panic attack, anxiety, muscle or joint pain, headache and fatigue.
Besides rapid effective acupuncture, Flynn has applied his knowledge and experience from Tai-Chi practice onto his unique acupressure and channel regulation techniques, which has won praise and affirmation from many clients and senior TCM practitioners. In addition, Flynn specialized in non-invasive auricular and palm reflexology, as well as self-care coaching and dietetics according to each client's body constitution. His professional abilities on the application of traditional Chinese herbal formulas has helped many client relived from the long time troubles that cannot be solved by chemical drugs, and gradually return to a healthy life.
He eases the client's pain and discomfort through an integrated and customized solution which combines various TCM modalities, and aims to reduce their long-term dependence on chemical drugs.