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Dr. Yu Chiu, DO 

Founder of ReGenMed101

Dr. Yu has 2 college degrees in Chemistry and Biological Sciences and has over 7 years of experience in a research laboratory with a focus on  Nanotechnology, Automated Technology, Next-level Diagnostics Research, and has trained with experts in Cancer Immuno-therapy at the National Cancer Institute and National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, MD. He has received multiple awards in research, chapter-textbook writing, publications, and was featured in multiple newsletters and magazines. 

Doctor Yu graduated from medical school in Pennsylvania, completed a Medicine & Surgical internship in Camden, NJ, and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation residency at NYU Langone Health in Manhattan, New York City.  He is furthering his sub-specialization as a Comprehensive and Interventional Pain Fellow at an Anesthesia and ACGME-accredited fellowship at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee.

Doctor Yu currently serves as the Director at Large for Eastern Pain Association, Resident & Fellow Board Member at American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians, and trainee Mentorship at North American Neuromodulation Society.  He and a group of Expert Physicians also started an Educational Forum Podcast designed for the General Public called ReGenMed101

He has multiple Special Guests Speakers and is featured on Spotify. 


Dr. Ashley Wong, DO

Undergraduate: Binghamton University - NY

Medical School: New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine – NY

Internship: Northwell Health/Plainview Hospital – NY

Residency: Chief Resident, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Case Western Reserve University/MetroHealth – OH 

Interventional Pain Medicine Fellowship: Albert Einstein College of Medicine - Montefiore Medical Center - NY


Dr. Jamal Khan, DO

Pain Fellow 

Dr. Khan developed a passion for pain medicine early in his training and it's reflected in his academic pursuits. He's presented at numerous local and national conferences about topics related to pain medicine as well as rehabilitation medicine. He's appeared on Sirius XM's "Doctor Radio" discussing rehab in the elderly as his primary specialization was in PM&R. He's served on the resident/fellow council of the New York Society of Interventional Pain Physicians (NYSIPP). In keeping with his academic endeavors, he's been an active part of the scientific planning committee for the Midwest Pain Society. He also currently serves as a fellow liaison for the Eastern Pain Association.

Dr. Khan completed his residency training at Stony Brook University Hospital in Long Island, NY. He served as chief resident in his final year of training. In that role, he has enjoyed serving as a mentor to junior residents and medical students. He is now completing an ACGME accredited Pain Medicine Fellowship at the University of Minnesota Medical Center. His professional interests include cancer pain and neuromodulation.

In his free time, you can find Dr. Khan on the basketball courts, on a hiking trail or at a baseball game.

BestDocz leadership team is incredibly grateful to have Dr. Khan as a young, leading physician member and one of the few selected Rising Starz of BestDocz. 

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