Eva (Jialei) Tang is a New York State licensed acupuncturist. She graduated from Pacific College of Health and Science with Masters of Science in Traditional Oriental Medicine (MSTOM) and earned her Bachelor of Nursing Science at Northumbria University (Newcastle, UK). She is currently working (part-time) at Pacific College of Health and Science (NY Campus) in the Acupuncture Department.
During her studies, she completed multiple externships at Columbia University Health Centre in the Athletic Program and NYU Langone Medical Centre (Brooklyn) in the Department of Neurology. In 2017, she joined the fellowship at the NYU Langone Medical Centre focusing on stroke rehabilitation and pain management. Before pursuing her education in eastern medicine, she worked as a Clinical Research Associate in multiple phase III clinical trials.
With her nursing and research background, Eva provides an individualized and dynamic treatment incorporating her knowledge of classical eastern medicine, modern western medicine and research to bring about the best outcome for her patients and guide them on the road to recovery and wellness. Besides her passion to help relieve patients’ physical and mental discomforts, she recognizes the value of preventive care.
Her ultimate goal is to optimize the patient’s health based on her knowledge on nourishing life in Traditional Eastern Medicine perspective. As the classic Chinese Medicine literature stated: “The superior practitioners do not put in order what was already in disorder, but put in order what was not yet in disorder.”
During her time off, Eva enjoys hiking, archery, and studying eastern medicine to keep her mind and body balanced.