Linda W. Yueh 岳惠林, MSPT, AP (Acupuncture Physician)
Licenses and Qualifications
Licensed Physical Therapist in Florida since 1977, License #PT-2038
Licensed Acupuncture Physician in Florida since 1984, License #AP-99
B.Sc. and M.Sc. in Physical Therapy, graduated in 1971 and 1975
Owner and President of Yueh Healthy Center, Inc. since January 2011
Former President of Acupuncture & Physical Therapy, Inc. since March 1979
Former Owner and Dean of Holistic Oriental Medical Academy, License #1362
Former Florida Acupuncture Board Examiner
May 1977 to Present: Self-employed.
Responsibilities: President of Yueh Healthy Center, Inc. since January 2011, previously known as Acupuncture and Physical Therapy, Inc. since March 1979.
I use a unique “Yueh Integrated Therapy”, combine Western andEastern Medicine, including; Physical Therapy modalities, manual therapy, therapeutic exercises of vertebras/knees/shoulders, gait/balance training, Acupuncture, Acupressure, foot reflexology, blood type diets consultation, Isotonix herbs/vitamins, saliva/urine tests and analysis, etc. to alleviate acute and chronic pain, headaches, nervousness, insomnia, pinched nerve, arthritis, high blood pressure, stroke, Parkinson neurological disorders, post-surgical pain, addictions and all illnesses. I was also Dean of Holistic Oriental Medicine Academy. Four students have passed the State Board Exam, and are now Acupuncture Physicians.
March 19, 2012 to Present: Contract Physical Therapist, FL Home Bound, MHA.
July 15, 2001 to Present: Contract Physical Therapist, CSI/Health Med Home Care, Inc.
October 1, 2008 to Present: Contract Physical Therapist, First Care Home Services, Inc.
January 27, 1994 to August 1995: Contract Physical Therapist, Baptist Hospital Home Health Dept., Children’s Rehab Network, and Nurse Finders (home health agency).
July 19, 1993 to January 27, 1994: Part-time Staff Physical Therapist, HIS at Green Briar Rehabilitation Center.
May 3, 1993 to July 18, 1993: Contract Physical Therapist. Responsibilities: Used various physical therapy modalities, NDT, prosthetic, orthotics and therapeutic exercises to reduce pain, increase flexibility, strength, endurance and improve function in the acute care and out-patient department of South Miami Hospital.
September 18, 1992 to April 30, 1993: Contract Physical Therapist. Responsibilities: Rehabilitating geriatric and disabled patients to return to their optimal level of function in the extended care facility of Villa Maria Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.
September 1974 to June 1983: Physical Therapist.
Employers: Home Health Care Services, South Shore Hospital, Mercy Hospital, and Philadelphia General Hospital, Pa., Willowbrook Development Center, N.Y.
Responsibilities: Continuing therapy of homebound patients after discharge from hospitals, acute care of pre and post-surgical orthopedic and orthotic problems. Use of electro-modality equipment. Application of variety neuromuscular facilitation and abnormal reflex inhibition techniques, specializing in the Bobath and NDT techniques. Instructor for in-service programs to staff and assistants.
September 1971 to May 1974: Physical Therapist and Acupuncturist.
Employer: Veterans Hospital, Taipei, Taiwan.
Responsibilities: Very broad rehabilitation programs for medical, surgical, orthopedic, orthotic and neurological disorders. Used physical therapy modalities, therapeutic exercises and acupuncture for physical and mental illnesses.
1975 to Present: Continuing education courses in Physical Therapy and Acupuncture
1974 to 1975: M.Sc. Physical Therapy, Long Island Univ., N.Y., specializing in early intervention programs for children with Central Nerve System Dysfunction.
1974: Chinese Acupuncture Science Research Foundation, Taipei, Taiwan.
1970 to 1973: Post graduate studies of Acupuncture Science, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan.
1972 to 1972: Post graduate internship at the Acupuncture and Moxibustion Research Center, Taichung, Taiwan.
1967 to 1971: B.Sc. Physical Therapy, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan.
Presentations on Comprehensive Alternative Medicine and Pain Management
Speaker: Breast Cancer Journey and Discovery and Tram Flap Reconstruction, 5 pages. Hands-on Demonstration for Inner and Outer Beauty, 1 page. Linda Chin’s Disease Management, 1 page. Neck/Back/Shoulder/Knee/Wrist/Ankle Exercises, 7 pages. Balance and Gait Training, 1 page. Home Exercise Program, 1 page. Deep Hypnotic Relaxation Breathing Exercises and Diaphragmatic/Abdominal Breathing Exercises, 1 page, etc., furnished upon request.
Lecturer: Acupuncture, Acupressure, Yin/Yang, Five Elements, Auricular Drug Detoxification, Smoke Cessation, Weight Reduction, Foot Reflexology, Blood Type “A”, “O”, “B”, “AB” Food Selection and Exercise Regimen Recommendation, etc. by appointment only.
National Taiwan University Medical College Alumni Association Annual Convention, August 2001.
Hospitals: Jackson Memorial, Hialeah, Kendall Regional, Cedars of Lebanon and University of Miami.
Public: Jewish Federation Housing, Inc., Senior Citizens and Condominium Associations.
Television: Channels 4, 7, 10, Cable 17, 30, 51, and Spanish Cable HIT TV.
Radio: WNWS and WRHC (Spanish language station).
1990 to 1993: Actively participating in Acupuncture legislation, and helped to establish Florida Traditional Chinese Medicine Association.
1985 to 1997: State approved preceptor for Acupuncture Tutorial Program.
1989 to 1990: Board of Directors of Florida State Acupuncture Association (FSSA).
1987 to 1989: Vice-President, FSAA.
1984 to 1985: Florida State Board Acupuncture Examiner.
1981: Vice President, American Acupuncture Association.