Yang Institute of Integrative Medicine

Helping Those Who Suffer from Depression, Anxiety, ADD/ADHD, and Pain

Yang Institute of Integrative Medicine is a cutting edge medical center that focuses on treating patients suffering from depression, anxiety, ADD/ADHD, OCD, PTSD, pain and other chronic illnesses, using an integrative approach. We have helped many patients who struggled with the side effects and dependence of medication, including antidepressants.

Integrative Approach that is Holistic, Natural, with Minimal Use of Medication 

Our Integrative approach includes Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS), QEEG guided Neurofeedback,  Integrative Psychotherapy, Acupuncture, Advanced Nutrient Therapy, Functional Medicine, Chinese herbal medicine, and Medication Management. 

Yang Institute is committed to adjusting, reducing, or eliminating psychotropic medications that are either no longer working or are producing undesirable side effects. We take a holistic, natural, and non-invasive approach to our patients  mental health and well-being. 

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Pioneer in the Clinical Use of TMS for Major Depression Disorder

As one of the pioneers in the clinical use of TMS since the FDA approved it for Major Depressive Disorder (MDD), Yang Institute has conducted thousands of TMS sessions and helped many patients regain hope and happiness.

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS), is an innovative, non-drug therapy that helps those struggling with major depression after antidepressants have failed or they’ve become intolerant. 

TMS uses a non-invasive, targeted, and low magnetic pulse to modulate the brain’s natural neurotransmitter function. It is safe and has minimal side effects.

Incorporating TMS with Other Integrative Mental Health Treatments

Physicians and specialists at Yang Institute have been successfully incorporating TMS with the following 5 major integrative mental health treatments:

Advanced Nutrient Therapy comes from half-century scientific research and is a natural method for correcting biochemical imbalances due to the interaction of genetic predisposition and environmental stress. It has successfully treated and benefited thousands and thousands of patients diagnosed with depression, anxiety, OCD, PTSD, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, ADHD, and other symptoms.

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Neurofeedback, endorsed by both the FDA and American Pediatrics Academy,  is a non-drug and non-invasive therapy. Safe and time-tested,  Neurofeedback is clinically proven to treat brain disorders like attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, attention deficit disorder,   insomnia, memory Loss, traumatic brain injury and concussion. 

Neurofeedback is also used to assist brain functions in reaching peak performance. To achieve optimal results, specialists at Yang Institute combines it with acupuncture, TMS, and nutrient therapy.

Acupuncture  is an ancient Chinese healing art with a recorded history of over 2,500 years. Acupuncture treatment is based on Chinese medicine that describes human physiology and psychology in terms of Qi, the vital energy circulating through channels called meridians. Qi correlates mental and physical functionality with corresponding meridians.  Qi imbalances or stagnation may cause pain, stress and anxiety.  

After receiving acupuncture treatment, one feels less pain, more relaxed and calmer when the Qi is balanced and sufficient in amount and flows unobstructedly.  

Individualized Treatment Plan To Address the Root Causes 

Trained in both eastern and western medicine, Yang Institute’s physicians and holistic care specialists conduct comprehensive and thorough evaluations. We then develop customized strategic plans to address your health and wellness needs. The individualized plans help to activate the body’s inner healing—achieving the ultimate wellness of mind, body, and spirit. 

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In addition to alleviating symptoms, our physicians and specialists  focus on addressing the root cause of illnesses and treating the patients as a whole to generate long-lasting health benefits.

Through the specialized treatment plans, patients in our integrative mental health program  experienced reduced symptoms and medication needs, improved brain function, and quality of life.

Partner on Your Journey  to Healthy and Happy Life

We take pride in being a trusted partner on our patients’ journey to a healthy, happy and productive life.

“My family and I saw drastic changes in a very short period of time. I came to Dr. Yang to treat my severe depression and PTSD.   At the beginning of my treatment, I felt completely hopeless – I had zero desire to eat, socialize and even carry out everyday tasks. For my treatment, I received TMS and Neurofeedback three times a week conducted by the very experienced and knowledgeable Ellen. Coming out of depression is no easy task, and no one should have to do it alone. Ellen’s patience, kindness, and professionalism made me feel like I was in good hands even in my most hopeless state. 

As I write this note and think back to my 4-week intensive treatment at Yang Institute, I can’t help but smile – TMS, Neurofeedback, and my therapy sessions with Dr. Yang have been highly effective and I have come a long way in my recovery. I am grateful to have found Yang Institute. “–AZ

“When I was 14, I became depressed, angry, and suicidal. I received advanced nutrient therapy, acupuncture, neurofeedback, and energetic psychotherapy at (Yang Institute). Now I am 9 months into my treatments and completely off medications. I am happier, more social, and enjoy doing things and learning again.” 


Please contact Yang Institute or call 610-520-1128  for a free consultation. 

Yang Institute of Integrative Medicine, Tel: 610-520-1128,

1608 Walnut Street, Philadelphia   I   Bryn Mawr, PA  I Marlton, NJ

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