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About NBE Therapy

Our alternative medicine therapy provides relief for over 90% of our patients
with a wide variety of ailments with their very first treatment.

Conventional medicine treats the symptoms rather than the underlying cause, creating a vicious cycle of drug consumptions and unnecessary surgeries. Drugs only deteriorate your health, as they are masking your symptoms. However, with Neuro-BioEnergetics (NBE) therapy, the focus is restoring your health and resolving the cause of your health problems, all with NO drugs and NO surgery.

Neuro-BioEnergetics adopts the ideologies of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), which focuses on the study of qi, a healing energy from our mind and spirit that is required to sustain health. Qi flows through meridians, which are a network of channels interconnected throughout the body. Stress, poor diet, and chemical drugs all cause blockages which prevent qi from circulating throughout our body, resulting in disorders and ailments. Dr. Tong discovered that improving qi flow increases tissue warmth, opening capillary circulation to allow blood to supply tissues with nutrients.

NBE therapy is able to clear up all the blockages in the meridians by combining acupuncture with nerve block injections. These injections, consisting of saline solution, as found in IVs, and Marcaine, an anesthetic commonly used in dentistry, increase the flux of qi, thereby increasing blood circulation and improving overall health. It is harmless.

Most of our patients have exhausted other therapies for years, or even decades,
but were able to get dramatic relief with their very first NBE treatment!

What people say about Dr Tong‘s treatments

Disclaimer: We make no guarantees of any kind. Results may vary from person to person. Not every patient or every case can be cured, and this website is not intended to replace the direct management of an illness by a caregiver. Please consult a qualified practitioner regarding therapeutic options.

Meet the Doctors

Yee-Wing-Tong-M-DDr. Tong was born in China and immigrated to the United States in 1962. He initially studied physics at California Institute of Technology before deciding to pursue a medical career at USC School of Medicine specializing in anesthesia. During his studies, Dr. Tong discovered the flaw of modern-day allopathic medicine: drugs merely mask symptoms, rather than cure diseases. More importantly, all drugs have side effects which can be deadly with long-term use.


Yee-Wing-Tong-M-D

Dr. Tong was born in China and immigrated to the United States in 1962. He initially studied physics at California Institute of Technology before deciding to pursue a medical career at USC School of Medicine specializing in anesthesia. During his studies, Dr. Tong discovered the flaw of modern-day allopathic medicine: drugs merely mask symptoms, rather than cure diseases. More importantly, all drugs have side effects which can be deadly with long-term use.
Dr. Elain was born in Pasadena, CA. She is a primary care physician and also treats patients with NBE therapy. Her interest in medicine began at a young age, after suffering multiple ankle injuries from years of practicing ballet. Her injuries were successfully treated by her father (Yee Wing Tong, MD) with NBE therapy, which allowed her to continue dancing, performing, and competing. When she was 15, her father taught her the NBE technique to help treat his own chronic illnesses. It was these experiences that led her to pursue a career in medicine.


Dr. Elain was born in Pasadena, CA. She is a primary care physician and also treats patients with NBE therapy. Her interest in medicine began at a young age, after suffering multiple ankle injuries from years of practicing ballet. Her injuries were successfully treated by her father (Yee Wing Tong, MD) with NBE therapy, which allowed her to continue dancing, performing, and competing. When she was 15, her father taught her the NBE technique to help treat his own chronic illnesses. It was these experiences that led her to pursue a career in medicine.

What to Expect During Your Visit

How long is an average treatment?

Your initial visit will be about 2 hours long. This will give us enough time to do a comprehensive health history, listen to your health concerns, educate you on diet and herbs if appropriate, and provide a NBE treatment (which consists of injections and acupuncture).

Subsequent visits are approximately 60 minutes and will include following up on your progress as well as a NBE treatment.

How should I prepare for treatment?

Before your first treatment, be sure to eat a light meal. Please bring a form of ID and your insurance cards. There will also be a gown provided for you to change into prior to your treatment. We try our best to accommodate every patient’s comfort level, so please feel free to ask us any questions that you may have.

How many treatments will I need?

The number of treatments a patient will need varies based upon their treatment goals. During your initial visit, we will address an appropriate course of treatment for your specific condition. Generally, acute conditions may only require a few treatments, while chronic conditions usually require more treatments to achieve prolonged results.

Depending on the severity of your condition, follow up appointments can range from once a week to once a month. Once your health is sustained, you may come in as needed for regular check-ups or to address new health concerns.

How much do treatment cost?

We accept most PPO insurances, as well as traditional Medicare (as long as it is not assigned to a HMO group).

Please do not hesitate to give our office a call with your insurance information so that we can give you an estimate of how much your treatment will cost.

For patients without health insurance, service rates are:
Initial Treatment – $590
Subsequent Treatments – $450

For your convenience, we accept cash, check, Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover and CareCredit.

New Patient Forms

To provide you the most effective treatment, we encourage you to fill out the new patient form in as much detail as possible.

Below, you can download the printable form and bring the completed copy with you to your initial visit.

If you are unable to fill out the new patient paperwork in advance, we ask that you come 20 minutes prior to your appointment so that you have time to complete it in the office.