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Richard Ng, M.D.

Richard Ng, M.D.

Dr. Ng's first exposure to medicine was the ying/yang balance by his mother, the self taught doctor of the family. He eventually came full circle to embrace her Oriental philosophy of holistic medicine.

With experience in allopathic and holistic medicine, Dr. Ng takes a full spectrum approach to medical issues. He feels that it is necessary to restore a healthy foundation in the body via natural means, such as, nutrition, natural hormones, vitamins, minerals, acupuncture, homeopathy, structural alignment, energy medicine, and massage. There is a time and place for medications, but usually they are not the first and only choice.


Why do we get sick? My basic premise behind illness is that prolonged malfunction results in disease. What are the roles of malnutrition, allergy, toxin, tissue damage, and infection?

Deficiency disorders are old. They presented in the past as famine. Today they are cloaked in the guise of packaged and processed foods.  Nutritional deprivation abounds as we drown in a sea of caloric overabundance. The introduction of white flour and high fructose corn syrup are major players in our current obesity


Don’t let conventional medicine fool you! While it is true that your bones are going to change as you age, it does not necessarily mean that you have to develop osteoporosis. It certainly does not mean you have to take prescription drugs to prevent this condition either.

Osteoporosis is a disease in which bones become fragile and are more likely to break due to loss of tissue. This is typically a result of hormonal changes or deficiencies in one’s diet. Women who are in their late 40’s to early 50’s are predisposed to osteoporosis for a

We are exposed to an ever increasing array of toxic chemicals which have a profound impact on our overall health. Whether it is the food we eat, the beverages we drink, the air we breath, the car we drive, or even the basic household products that we use everyday, it is virtually impossible to avoid the toxins in our environment. According to the Environmental Working Group, approximately 2.5 billion tons of chemical pollutants are released in to the environment annually. While our liver has the natural ability to release small amounts of toxic agents through waste

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