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|Dr. L.B. Grotte, M.D.|
Information on traditional Chinese medicine and other Oriental medical systems to treat pain and disease; contrasts between modern and traditional systems; guidelines for finding a practitioner of acupuncture or Chinese herbal medicine.
|Metropolitan Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine|
New York acupuncture and fertility specialist, Michael Bennett, focuses his practice on helping patients to increase fertility, eliminate pain and reduce stress/anxiety naturally using acupuncture and Chinese herbs.
Chinese herbs for common health problems of infertility, weight loss, anxiety, stress and depression. Combined with therapeutic massage and acupuncture, you have a holistic wellness center. Carrboro, North Carolina.
|Thumos Health Center|
Specializes in acupuncture and Chinese herbology. Their philosophy is to promote the most desired state of healthfulness in their patients.
Chinese Medicines promoted for strengthening the human immune system to combate HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis B. Includes news, information about clinical trials, and studies.
|Academy of Oriental Medicine at Austin|
Texas school offers courses and programs leading to licensing. Includes information on student and professional clinics, online registration and finances.
Retail vendor of Guang Ci Tang Brand Chinese formulas. Traditional Chinese medicine for everyday health issues.
|Sacred Lotus Arts|
Traditional Chinese medicine and its theory in practice. Detail information about herbs, Chinese formulas, and differential diagnosis.
|USA Hunyuan Taiji Academy|
Tai Chi and Chinese medicine in New York and Connecticut.
|Yin Yang House|
Information about Chinese and Japanese acupuncture for practitioners and students. Also includes information about acupuncture and related modalities aimed at the general public.