Dr. Yuchin Chang, Biography
Dr. Yuchin Chang received her Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry from Baylor University in 2003 and her Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Delaware in 2006. She has been deeply involved in treating people with chronic pain for the entirety of her clinical career. Through her trigger point work as a dry needling specialist, she has expanded her specialties to treating other complex chronic pain or dysfunctions.
As a chronic pain practitioner and pelvic care specialist, Dr. Yuchin Chang has come to appreciate the contributions of multiple components involved in treating complex pain as well as the importance of the body-mind connection. Using a unique whole-body approach, she considers the contributions of nerves, muscles, joints, internal organs, lymph, biomechanics, and posture as well as the body-mind connection to treating chronic pain and dysfunctions. She enjoys sharing her knowledge on the interplay between different systems and body parts with her patients as a means of empowerment.
Dr. Chang has cultivated her manual skills to be gentle and effective and deepened her understanding of the human body’s systems through ongoing training. She is passionate about helping patients who suffer from chronic conditions and pelvic issues and gets great satisfaction from guiding her patients to reclaim wholeness, vitality, and resilience along their journey of healing.
Dr. Yuchin Chang holds dual Board Certifications in Orthopedics & Women’s Health as well as advanced training in the topic of heart coherence. She is also a certified dry needling specialist. She is a Member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) and belongs to both the APTA Section on Women’s Health and the APTA New Jersey Special Interest Group on Women’s Health. She is also a member of International Pelvic Pain Society.