CUSV Clinic provides a variety of services and holistic treatments such as Acupuncture, Chiropractic, Cupping, Tuina, Moxibustion and Herbal Prescription by experienced providers. A brand new addition to CUSV Clinic service starting in August, 2022 is Physical Therapy.


Philip Yang, L.Ac    

CA Licensed Acupuncturist, Doctor of Oriental Medicine , CUSV President
Dr. Yang specializes in spinal diagnosis, holographic needling, Medical Qigong with moxa and herbal formulas to treat: insomnia, hormone disorder, all sorts of pains, arthritis, allergies and immunity issues. He has successfully cured covid patients with distance diagnosis and his herbal formulas.

Guo Zhi Wan, L.Ac

CA Licensed Acupuncturist, CUSV Faculty. 
Dr. Wan has 50+ years of teaching and clinical experiences. He specializes in cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, insomnia, all sorts of pains, and intractable diseases. He is one of the most reputable TCM doctors in the Bay Area.

Yougeng Wang, L.Ac

CA Licensed Acupuncturist, CUSV Faculty. 
Dr. Wang was trained in both Chinese and Western Medicine. She specializes in internal medicine, obstetrics & gynecology, and others. Her unique acupuncture techniques and deep understanding of herbs healed many patients with chronic & emotional pain. 

Kevin Yen, L.Ac

CA Licensed Acupuncturist, CUSV Faculty. 
Dr. Yen specializes in using Qi to diagnose and treat with acupuncture/acupressure for prevention and post COVID symptoms, all sorts of pains, thyroid disorders, insomnia, hormone disorder, weight loss, anxiety, and irregular blood Pressure. 

Yang Yang, D.C

Doctor of Chiropractic, CUSV Faculty. 
Dr. Yang specializes in the treatment of neck, shoulder, waist and leg pain related to the spine; posture correction for adolescents and adults; and the treatment and rehabilitation of sports injuries by his decompression myofascial relaxation techniques. 

Johnson Wei, DPT

Doctor of Physical Therapy, Strength and Conditioning specialist (CSCS), CUSV Faculty.
Dr. Wei’s specialties include rehabilitation for orthopedic problems, post-operation and sports injury. He is able to provide movement analysis, functional training for daily life and sports performance enhancement, education about injury prevention, posture, ergonomic workstation.

Student Intern Clinic

The mission of the Internship Clinic is to provide a reality-based clinical training environment for the clinical internship phase of education, to prepare students to become effective interns in an integrated medical setting, to reinforce the student’s practical and conceptual skills gained in didactic coursework, and to train primary care providers within the scope of acupuncture and Oriental Medicine practice as defined by California law.  Based on the student’s level of mastery and level of internship training, the clinic faculty will actively guide and support the student in assuming greater responsibility for various aspects of patient care leading to almost complete responsibility for patients while under close supervision of clinic faculty in the health care environment.

Educational Objectives of Clinical Internship Training

  • To prepare students to become an effective intern through supervised practice of patient intake skill, use of the Four Examinations, and completion of diagnosis, treatment planning, and patient evaluations.
  • To reinforce students practical and conceptual skills gained in didactic coursework and their application in the clinical setting.
  • To support students in using their physical diagnosis skill and to integrate their knowledge of biomedical pathophysiology, nutrition, pharmacology, etc. into their clinical interactions.
  • To support students in gaining the confidence necessary to treat more independently in a variety of patient scenarios.
  • To guide students’ development as a clinician through practice, the development of professional behavior and self-motivation.
  • To provide students with mentors to help them to mold their practice of Oriental medicine by exposing them to different styles of treatment through a variety clinical faculty.
  • To help students to make the theoretical knowledge of Oriental medicine become practical in the reality of a clinical setting.
  • To guide students through the process of working with and modifying traditional herbal formula and the writing of herbal formula.

Services and Fees

Acupuncture & Moxa & Tuina Massage

Initial Consultation$50
Acupuncture by Dr. Philip Yang$120
Acupuncture by Other Providers$80
Acupuncture by Senior Interns$25
Acupuncture and Clay Moxa by Dr. Philip Yang$150
Tuina Massage: 60 minutes session$90
Tuina Massage: 90 minutes session$135
Package for 10 x Acupuncture$1100
Package for 10 x Acu+Moxa$1200
Package for 10 x Tuina Massage$800
*Package is non-refundable * Senior discount $10 *New exam includes consultation+ treatment fee

Chiropractic Care

Chiropractic care: 30 minutes per session$85
Chiropractic: 5 sessions$400
Chiropractic: 10 sessions$750
*Package is non-refundable

Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy: Initial Consultation and 60 minutes Treatment$150
Physical Therapy: 30 minutes per session$75


Raw Herbs$10 per day
Powdered Herbs$50 per week
Lingon Skin cream 2 bottles $160
Magic Herbal Patch: Pack of 3$25
Detox Bag$50

Clinic Location and Hours

441 De Guigne Dr., Sunnyvale, California 94085
Monday through Saturday
9:30AM ~ 6PM
Call for appointments: 408.523.1228