Yang Institute of Integrative Medicine in Marlton
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Office in Marlton
  • Areas of Practice:
  • Psychiatry

Yang Institute of Integrative Medicine

About Us

By incorporating advanced tools with integrative treatment modalities, Yang Institute’s physicians and holistic care specialists conduct comprehensive and thorough evaluations and develop customized strategic plans to address your health and wellness needs. Through these individualized plans, we strive to activate the body’s inner healing systems to achieve ultimate wellness of mind, body, and spirit. Our tailored treatment may include acupuncture and herbal remedies, advanced nutrient therapy, functional medicine, psychotherapy, medication management, TMS and Neurofeedback.

In addition to alleviating symptoms, we focus on addressing the root causes of illnesses and treating the whole person to generate long-lasting health benefits.

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

Our Doctor

Dr. Jingduan Yang

The Yang Institute of Integrative Medicine was founded by Jingduan Yang, M.D. in 2004. Dr. Yang is a board-certified psychiatrist and 5th generation Chinese medicine and acupuncture doctor. In his early years, he followed a comprehensive educational path through top medical, educational institutions in both China and the West.

As he was learning, he found that these radically different medical systems – Chinese and Western medicine – seemingly clashed with and contradicted each other at times, while simultaneously, amazingly complemented each other! And from this unique perspective, he founded the Yang Institute of Integrative medicine.

Education & Training
  • Medical Degree – The Fourth Military Medical University
  • Residency – Thomas Jefferson University Hospital
  • Integrative Medicine Fellowship – University of Arizona
  • Research Fellowship in Clinical Psychopharmacology – University of Oxford, England
Board Certifications
  • American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology
Teaching Appointments
  • Assistant Professor of Psychiatry – Thomas Jefferson University
  • Our Office
    Phone: (856) 802-6888
    Fax: (856) 802-6878
    Monday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    Tuesday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    Wednesday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    Thursday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    Friday: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    Saturday: Closed
    Sunday: Closed

    First, I would like to thank Dr. Yang and his staff as they have been very professional and also treated me like I was family. I came to Dr. Yang after the VA had diagnosed me with TBI from my deployment in Iraq. Dr. Yang came up with a treatment plan. Within the 1st week, I was able to get a full night’s rest without taking any drugs; it had been 9 years since I could sleep well. After a few weeks, I noticed significant improvements with my grades in school, and I was feeling significantly happier.

    Chris D.

    I did not think it was possible for me to feel living again. I have seen so many doctors and tried many medications and therapies. No one wants to see me anymore because the conventional treatments are not working. Dr. Yang did a special blood and urine tests that identified three major biochemical imbalance in me due to my genetic make-up and traumatic life experiences. He started me on a customized nutritional formula for me, using a therapy that combines desensitization of past trauma and acupuncture to treat my PTSD and anxiety. I feel so well that I for the first time in ten years think of going back to work.

    Stephanie G.

    I had breast cancer and mastectomy on my left side. I am grateful that I am cancer-free. However, I have had severe pain and limited range of motion on my left shoulder, allegedly due to scar tissues. I scheduled for surgery to fix it. Dr. Yang suggested he try acupuncture treatments on me to see whether the pain and limited range of motion were primarily ‘energetic.’ When Dr. Yang inserted needles on points in my right leg and elbow, I can move my shoulder for the first time in the six-month post the surgery. A few sessions later, I am pain-free and regained full range of motion. I canceled my surgery.

    Maggie H.

    My severe sciatica for four months put me into tears while I tried to walk for more than one block. I had metastatic prostate cancer in remission and spinal stenosis. I dread the surgery that was recommended by the orthopedic surgeon friend of mine. I decided to try acupuncture with Dr. Yang, who was highly recommended by my friends. After I received two times weekly acupuncture for four weeks, I was able to walk for long-distance again. Astonishingly, my mood became much calmer too.

    Alvin B.

    When I was 14 years old, I began to withdraw. I became depressed, angry, and suicidal. I refused to go to school and was admitted to the hospital five times for 1-3 months. I was put on many different medications that seemed to help initially, but then made me worse, with horrible side effects. After one and a half years of suffering, I found Dr. Yang. I received acupuncture, then Neurofeedback. My family noticed changes soon after. Now, I am 9 months into my treatments and completely off medications. I am happier, more social, easier to get along with and enjoy doing things again. I am excited about going to college next year.

    Samantha P.