Have you ever wondered about clinical acupuncture and Oriental medicine? Would you like to know whether you could be benefited from this centuries-old practice? If you answer in the affirmative, then you can come to our site for information on clinical acupuncture and Oriental medicine.
Oriental medicine is a rarely mastered art that is very popular in Europe and the Far East. Many Western physicians and patients have also become interested in the benefits of these ancient traditions. For more than 2500 years, generations of patients and physicians have depended on clinical acupuncture and Oriental medicine for preventative care and basic medical treatment. Clinical acupuncture and Oriental medicine can also help to deal with complex spirtual and psychological disorders and may be an important adjunct in chronic and difficult to treat diseases.
At our office, we specialize in the personalized care that is characteristic of Oriental medicine. This individualized care is the most important feature of traditional medicine. We believe that the teachings of traditional medicine lead to the conclusion that medicine is not a commodity, but rather is the result of the unique relationship between a physician and his or her patient. The physician should be dedicated to the patient's welfare and his or her own capability, and the patient should feel comfortable relying wholeheartedly on the physician's guidance and advice.
The aim of clinical acupuncture and Oriental medicine is to treat the patient, not merely the disease. Careful diagnosis may lead to different types of therapy for people suffering from the same disease, but sometimes the same therapy can address different problems. The type of clinical acupuncture and Oriental medicine to be recommended will therefore depend on the constitution of the patient and the manifestation of the problem.
Our clinical acupuncture and Oriental medicine prepared from different herbs and roots have proven to be very helpful in the treatment of many complex physical disorders. The secret of improving health at a reasonable cost lies in the use of clinical acupuncture and Oriental medicine for preventative medicine and to address the imbalances of the modern lifestyle.
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 to make an appointment or visit our website for more information.