Graduate Highlight - Allison Kramp
Allison Kramp, December 2018 graduate, says “I chose East West College because I wanted a very good education of East and Western medicine and I believe I got that here and I’ve had the most wonderful time.”
According to Time magazine, “A new federal report reveals that Americans spend about $30 billion a year on complementary health approaches, from ginkgo biloba to yoga.
Complementary medical approaches are alternative types of healing outside the realm of Western medicine, and they’re fairly popular in the U.S. An estimated 60 million Americans spend money on them each year, and 4.1 million children have used some type of complementary medicine, the report reveals. In all, the out-of-pocket costs for these types of therapies total $30.2 billion.
The study doesn’t break down what types of complementary health approaches are the most popular, but people reported using acupuncture, Ayurveda, homeopathy, naturopathy, chelation therapy, natural product supplements, special diets, massage, mind-body therapies, hypnosis, energy healing and more.”
With the growing demand for holistic health care, don’t you think it is time for you to enroll in our Master of Science in Oriental Medicine program? Fill out our request information form today.*
*http://time.com/4377345/americans-complementary-medicine/ Retrieved 12/18/2018