Kevin Q. Ng, MD
Kevin Q. Ng, MD is a Philadelphia area native where he completed the majority of his professional training prior to setting down roots in South Jersey. He received his undergraduate degree at the University of the Sciences (now St. Joseph’s University) studying biochemistry and researching oncogenes, inspired to do so from both of his parents battle with cancer. He graduated medical school at Temple University School of Medicine in 2009 where he had the opportunity to study abroad in Kenya to broaden his perspective on parasitology. He then completed both an Internal Medicine Residency and Infectious Diseases Fellowship at Cooper University Hospital with his research focused on Candidemia and sepsis. He began his career practicing as an Infectious Disease specialist for several years and was also Medical Director of the Hyperbaric Medicine Program at Virtua. Thereafter, he decided to further his education focusing on integrative modalities. In 2017, Dr. Ng began training directly under Dr. Myung Kyu Chung at the Chung Institute of Integrative Medicine where he gained invaluable clinical experience. Additionally, he completed medical acupuncture training at Helms Medical Institute followed by prolotherapy at University of Wisconsin’s Hackett Hemwall Patterson Foundation. He joined the Chung Institute of Integrative Medicine in 2019 with a focus on integrative infectious care including both natural and pharmacologic treatments of mold, parasites, and Lyme. This evolved to include prevention and treatment of “Long COVID” combined with innovative pain management in the pursuit of vibrant health and longevity. As an integrative medicine practitioner, he utilizes a combination of conventional medicine and alternative modalities including neural therapy, prolotherapy and prolozone, medical acupuncture, low dose immunotherapy, homeopathy, photobiomodulation, syntonic color therapy, chelation therapy, apitherapy, herbal medicine and autonomic response testing in addition to other treatments. He also believes in the importance of patient education with respect to lifestyle modification, nutrition, and holistic mental healthcare. Dr. Ng maintains his allopathic acumen with inpatient duties as an Attending Infectious Disease Physician at Cooper University Hospital. With his academic appointment of Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at Cooper Medical School of Rowan University, Dr. Ng enjoys teaching at all levels ranging from undergraduates to attending and specialist physicians. He is passionate on furthering awareness and accessibility of integrative modalities by performing clinical research with the Won Sook Chung Foundation and educating through social media.
Fun Fact: The most common question patients ask Dr. Ng is his age! He attributes his youthfulness to an amazing and supportive family, a life grounded in spirituality, and healthy life choices.