Have you ever wondered about the many Chinese medicine herbs? Would you like to know whether you could benefit from the centuries-old practice of using plants as medicine? If so, then you can come to our site for information on the herbs used in Chinese medicine.
Treating diseases with the help of Chinese medicine herbs is a rarely mastered art that is very popular in the Far East and Europe. For more than 2500 years, generations of patients and physicians have depended on the large variety of Chinese medicine herbs for preventative care and basic medical treatment. Chinese medicine herbs can also help in correcting complex disorders of your body.
The use of Chinese medicine herbs requires that the physician have the ability to individualize the formula to the exact imbalance in the patient. Sometimes one disease can have many patterns, and sometimes the same pattern can occur in different diseases. The Chinese fashion is to determine how the disease affects the patient, and treat accordingly. One unique aspect of traditional Chinese medicine is to always try to improve the patient's well being both physically and psychologically.
The rare arts of utilizing Chinese medicine herbs are now available in Cleveland. For an initial consultation on the benefits of these Chinese medicine herbs, contact us using the phone number listed on our website. When you schedule your appointment we will send a package of forms and questionnaires and an appointment card along with a return envelope. You then will mail the completed forms to our office, so that we can review the documents before your visit.
Dr. L.B. Grotte, M.D., was the first physician in Ohio to be board certified in both acupuncture and Chinese herbology. He has studied Oriental medicine since 1972 and has practiced Oriental medicine in Cleveland for more than 27 years. Our small practice specializes in creating individualized treatment plans combining Western and Oriental methods. Call us at 440-461-7488 or visit our website for more information, or to make an appointment.