EWCNM Clinic Testimonial

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EWCNM Clinic Testimonial
USER | EAST WEST COLLEGEPosted by Marie
DATE | EAST WEST COLLEGE On April 12, 2019
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Head of Sarasota County's Nurturing Dads program. Sunday school teacher. Jack Baker led a busy lifestyle, but one thing complicated his daily activities: optic atrophy. Responsible for impairing his vision, this rare condition has no cure. Fortunately, East West College of Natural Medicine was prepared to lend assistance.
 
About ten years ago, Mr. Baker became acquainted with acupuncture through an East West College alumnus. This inspired Mr. Baker to research Oriental medicine and consider how it might affect his optic atrophy. He soon made an appointment with us. The series of treatments he received here was so successful that Mr. Baker's vision improved. He now visits our clinic a few times each month for maintenance and preventative care of his vision. 
 
With Western medicine doctors, acupuncture physicians, and Oriental medicine doctors on staff, our professional clinic embodies integrative care. The list of conditions served best by integrative care is growing rapidly as new developments are made. Infertility, cancer, migraines, and hypertension are just a few examples. East West College of Natural Medicine's clinic also has a Western medical doctor on staff specializing in internal medicine for patients whose conditions require a medical consult. Additionally, we offer natural medi-spa services with treatment packages utilizing acupuncture and bio injectables for facelift and mesotherapies. Demonstrations at EWCNM are scheduled regularly to inform the public about natural beauty options.
 
Our clinic is open from 9:00 am to 10:00 pm Monday through Thursday, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm on Fridays, and 9:00 am to 1:00 pm on Saturdays. To book an appointment, call 941-355-9080 today. Come see how integrative care could benefit you in ways that traditional Western medicine may not.
 
We are also looking for students who would like to become acupuncturists.  Talk to us about our Master of Science in Oriental Medicine program today.