Kyu Chung, MD, graduated from the University of Washington with a Bachelor of Science Degree in 1977 and the U. of W. School of Medicine in 1981. He is currently a clinical associate professor at the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and the founder and director of the Institute for Acupuncture and Integrative Medicine since 1995. This Institute’s name was changed in 2005 into the current name: Chung Institute of Integrative Medicine. Dr. Chung served as the Chief of the department of Family Medicine at Cooper University Hospital for 13 years before electing to devote his entire efforts to his role as the director of the Chung Institute. Dr. Chung is board certified in Family Medicine by the American Board of Family Medicine and board certified in Medical Acupuncture by the American Board of Medical Acupuncture. He has been named in both the Philadelphia Magazine and the New Jersey Monthly Magazine as one of the “Top Doctors” and named as one of the “Best doctors in the Northeast” by Woodward/White.



Dr. Oswari joined the Chung Institute of Integrative Medicine in 2004. He is a graduate of Loma University Medical School in Loma Linda, CA and completed his residency at Virtua Health System in Mt. Holly, NJ. In 2000, he became board certified in Family Medicine by the American Board of Family Medicine, and earned the designation of Fellow from the American Academy of Family Practice in 2005. He was part of the faculty staff at Cooper University Hospital in Camden, NJ for 7 years and then decided to dedicate full time to the Chung Institute of Integrative Medicine. In addition, he is currently a clinical Assistant Professor for the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. He also has expertise in Prolotherapy, Neural therapy, and Autonomic Response Testing.

Dr. Oswari is board certified in Medical Acupuncture and has earned the designation of Diplomate, American Board of Medical Acupuncture. He has also been performing Prolotherapy since 2005. Dr. Oswari feels it is an honor and a privilege to be a physician and takes his responsibility very seriously. His goal is to “make man whole” by not only treating the patient’s physical ailments, but also by treating their emotional and spiritual states.

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Dr. Brobyn joins the Chung Institute with over two decades of clinical experience including teaching, lecturing and clinical trial work. Dr. Brobyn received her BA cum laude from Barnard College of Columbia University in 1990 and her MD from the State University of New York at Buffalo in 1994. She completed a residency in Family Medicine at Mountainside Hospital in Montclair, NJ in 1997 and served as Chief Practice Management resident. Dr. Brobyn attained board certification by the American Board of Family Medicine in 1998 and in 2008, she was honored with the degree of Fellow from the American Academy of Family Physicians. After serving three years on active duty in the United States Air Force, Dr. Brobyn served as Assistant professor for the Robert Wood Johnson School of Medicine and attending physician in Cooper Hospital’s Department of Family Medicine from 2000 until 2010. Dr. Brobyn currently serves as Assistant Professor of Family Medicine at the Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Brobyn graduated from the Helms Medical Acupuncture course in 2011 as well as completing training in prolotherapy under the direction of the University of Wisconsin’s Hackett Hemwell Foundation. She attended the foundation’s medical mission to Honduras in March of 2011 where she was awarded the ROY award for excellence in both prolotherapy technique and dedication to the mission itself. Dr. Brobyn has a strong interest in slowing age progression through alternative medicine. She was trained by The American Academy of Anti-Aging in the use of bio-identical hormones. She is a staunch advocate for increasing physical activity in our community and is known by her patients as a doc who practices what she preaches. She was a finisher in several sporting events including the Disney marathon, the Philadelphia half-marathon, the Philadelphia distance run, the Broad street run, the Westpoint Triathlon and the Pine Barrens Olympic distance triathlon. In addition, she sings alto for The Philadelphia Pops Festival Chorus and The Philadelphia Pops Orchestra at the Kimmel Center. For more information about Dr. Brobyn, check-out this article published in the NJ Academy of Family Physician’s newsletter “Perspectives”. Interesting article on Dr. Brobyn


Kevin Q. Ng, MD

Kevin Q. Ng, MD practiced as an Infectious Disease specialist for several years and medical director of the Hyperbaric Medicine program in the Virtua Health System prior to joining the Chung Institute. He graduated medical school at Temple University School of Medicine in 2009. He then completed residency in Internal Medicine and fellowship training in Infectious Diseases at Cooper University Hospital in 2014. Dr. Ng completed medical acupuncture training at Helms Medical Institute in 2017 followed by prolotherapy at University of Wisconsin’s Hackett Hemwall Patterson Foundation in 2018. Dr. Ng currently practices full time as an integrative medicine practitioner at the Chung Institute with modalities including neural therapy, low dose immunotherapy, and autonomic response testing. He maintains inpatient duties as an infectious disease specialist at Cooper University Hospital and research with the Won Sook Chung Foundation. His current focus is on the prevention as well as natural and pharmacologic treatments of COVID or “Long COVID” symptoms.