“Even if conventional medicine tells you that your condition is incurable or that your only option is to live a life dependent on drugs with troublesome side effects, there is hope for improviing or reversing your condition.”
-Leon Chaitow, N.D., D.O.It takes time to master the study of Oriental medicine. The subtleties of Oriental medicine are the hardest parts to understand but are the most interesting parts of this profession. Our body is made to heal and to be healthy. For any illness, there is hope to change if you correct the energy distortion of the body and life.For many years I struggled with health concerns that affected me mentally and physically. I was introduced to Acupuncture in 2005 and became fascinated by the symptoms that it treated. For seven years I turned to Acupunture as my primary care because it is affordable. Over time I became more passionately involved with ancient medicine and how it thrives in modern day.This blog is designed to bring awareness to the symptoms that are commonly treated as I move along in my study of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. I seek to place Oriental medicine and all its modalities on a platform that everyone can understand. Learn by this study rationally, mentally and physically, take this journey with me and explore this ancient but remarkable medicine founded 5,000 years ago.Antonika lives in Florida and is pursuing her Masters Degree in Oriental Medicine at the Atlantic Institute of Oriental Medicine in Fort Lauderdale.