Nyssa Tang is a licensed acupuncturist and board certified Chinese herbalist.  She received her Masters Degree in Science and Traditional Oriental Medicine from the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in New York in 2004.

Upon graduating, she moved to Beijing, China and apprenticed for a year and a half with Dr. Wang Ju Yi, a master practitioner with over 50 years of clinical experience and author of Applied Channel Theory in Chinese Medicine.  Dr. Wang has received world wide recognition for having revived an ancient technique of palpating patients’ channels to determine the nature and location of their imbalance.

Since 2006, Nyssa has been in private practice in New York City, utilizing this unique method to treat a wide variety of conditions.  In addition, she was on the faculty at Pacific College of Oriental Medicine and continues to teach Dr. Wang’s techniques in post-graduate programs, both domestically and abroad.  For more information about Dr. Wang's Applied Channel Theory, please visit www.channelpalpation.org.

Prior to her acupuncture career, Nyssa earned her BA in sculpture from Oberlin College in 1995.