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Dr Grace Chang - Naturopathic Doctor and Acupuncturist

Grace Chang, ND, LAc

Naturopathic Doctor and Acupuncturist

Dr. Grace Chang is passionate in providing patient-centered, integrative healthcare. Trained in both Western and Eastern medicine, she believes in empowering her patients to thrive by establishing back-to-basics foundations of health.

Born and raised in sunny California, Dr. Chang spent her childhood running around her parent’s restaurant. Family ailments were always first addressed with food and herbs. At an early age, Dr. Chang discovered her father’s medical condition was not being treated due to a language barrier with his doctor. Her involvement with translating and strengthening the patient-doctor relationship led her pursuit to become a physician. 

Dr. Chang received her undergraduate degree in Exercise Biology at the University of California, Davis. Craving to dive further into holistic internal medicine, she completed her Naturopathic medical training and Masters in Acupuncture and East Asian Herbal Medicine at Bastyr University. She has since completed a 2-year CNME accredited residency here at NMS. 

Dr. Chang’s practice blends evidence-based medicine with natural modalities. Her clinical interests include: anti-aging wellness, allergies, skin conditions, hormone imbalances, digestive concerns, menstrual disorders and musculoskeletal pain relief. She is a member of the Institute for Functional Medicine and the WANP

Treatment specialties: 
  • Functional medicine / primary care
  • Injections / IV nutrient therapy
  • Acupuncture for pain, hormones, and cosmetic facial acupuncture
  • Kinesio® Taping
Outside of medicine, you can find Dr. Chang outdoors backpacking with her husband, recharging with friends, and doting over her rabbit, Chibi.

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