I have been struggling with psoriasis with little success for several years, trying both Eastern and Western medicine and home remedies that worked for someone else.
After a first time flare up of some form of eczema and a dermatologist that only wanted to prescribe topical steroids to 'see what happens', I searched for another alternative.
I found Elizabeth's web site and contacted her to set up an appointment. After an exam and lots of questions she provided a diagnosis, Chinese herbs, diet change and an acupuncture plan. Within days I could see an improvement where nothing had worked before. Herbal treatment eliminated the itching and the acupuncture has completely cleared up the eczema.
With additional acupuncture the psoriasis is now 80% cleared up.
Elizabeth is not only very knowledgeable, she makes the effort to explain the treatments as well as the underlying causes or triggers from a Chinese medicine point of view. This is extremely helpful to those used to the Western approach of treating symptoms rather than the root cause.
I highly recommend her.
After only a few acupuncture treatments with Elizabeth, I was able to quit smoking. She patiently took my history and explained how she could help.
I was impressed by her honesty about conditions that acupuncture could or could not help.I immediately felt my stress level fall, as I received treatment and followed herdirection. She went above and beyond with a fantastic back massage after mytreatment that removed stiffness and pain due to arthritis. I am smoke free and she helped with some menopause symptoms, as well. She shared a book and tapes commonly used in China named "Liao-Fan's Four Lessons" that encourage healthy thinking and living. I had a friend from Taiwan during graduate school and Elizabeth reminded me of why I enjoyed her and valued her friendship. I appreciated that she was flexible with appointments and has a great sense of humor. I wouldn't hesitate to send my son's or husband to her for treatment. This is a little Chinese "gem" I feel lucky to have in Dripping Springs.
Elizabeth is a highly skilled and experienced acupuncturist. She cares very deeply for each patient and takes the time to really listen before making a treatment plan. She is ethical, kind, and caring. I had wonderful results after only 3 or 4 sessions.
- Sherry Melvin
“Healthy citizens are the greatest asset any country can have.”
― Winston Churchill
Dr. Yeh helped me a great deal this past winter when I was very sick for weeks and not getting better. I received immediate relief and was able to sleep and recovered within a few days. She is careful, professional and kind. Her office is a soothing and peaceful place to regain wellness.
Lower Back Pain
I started going to Ming Yin Acupuncture about two years ago and have had amazing results. I have had shoulder problems and she fixed those in a couple of treatments and last week I had terrible pain in my left hip. ONE TREATMENTand it was gone. Elizabeth does a great job and is a very kind, dedicated person.
Ever since I could remember - even as a child - I had a backache. I just learned how to cope with it. Tried every NSAID available with next to no results. In the 1980’s, I tried a doctor who informed me that my spine was twisted to the right and probably had been that way since birth. He diagnosed it as dextroscoliosis because the spine was twisted to the right. Years later - last year, in fact - I was referred to Dr. Elizabeth by a friend. She worked on several of my more minor physical complaints with great success. Then we agreed to tackle the big problem: my back. To my amazement and intense gratitude, Dr. Elizabeth did, indeed, put an end to my back pain. My spine was straight. But what truly astounded me is that this transformation took place in only one session! While I know that not every ailment is fixable by any healer in one session. However, I am impressed by Dr. Elizabeth’s dedication and intuition in my particular case. Sixty years is a long time to have the backache and I never expected to receive a solution for the problem.
Thank you, Dr. Elizabeth!