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Shin-Yiing Yeung

Shin-Yiing Yeung, PT, DPT, E-RYT

Specialties and/or Subspecialties

  • Physical Therapy


Shin-Yiing Yeung, PT, DPT, E-RYT, holds a doctorate degree in physical therapy and specializes in pelvic health physical therapy. She helps adults restore their urinary, bowel, sexual and core functions by treating dysfunctions located at the spine, hip, groin, sacroiliac joints, low back, abdomen, pubic area, tailbone and feet.

She is committed to helping her patients control their symptoms and regain participation in their home, work and fitness routines. Her approach is centered around her patient’s goals combined with research and clinical expertise. When treating chronic pain, she offers neuroscience therapeutic education, yoga-based exercises, relaxation techniques and graded movement in combination with traditional physical therapy interventions.

“Misinformation about core and kegel exercises can lead to pelvic health problems. I enjoy helping people get on the same team with their body rather than going against it.” - Shin-Yiing Yeung, PT, DPT, E-RYT

Areas of Interest

Specialities include difficulty with urination, recurrent urinary infections, post-void dribble, overactive bladder, stress/urge incontinence, chronic prostatitis, interstitial cystitis, irritable bowel syndrome, constipation, abdominal pain, diastasis recti, abdominal hernia, sciatica, pudendal neuralgia, non-relaxing/overactive pelvic floor, pelvic organ prolapse, difficulty with sexual function, vaginismus, coccydynia and scoliosis.



Graduate School

Elon University, Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT)


North Carolina State University, B.S. Biological Sciences

Honors, Awards, etc.

Additional Education / Training

  • Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute, Pelvic Health Training (200 +hours)
  • Asheville Yoga Center and other locations, Yoga Instructor Training (350+ hours)
  • International Spine and Pain Institute, Neuroscience Therapeutic Education (15 hours) 
  • Duke Integrative Medicine, Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction courses (40 hours)