WHO WE ARE

ABOUT the practitioner

I am a master physician with decades in the practice of the healing arts. I have been a massage therapist for over 41 and a Chinese medical physician for over six years.
During these years I have given over twenty thousand massages and 300 acupuncture treatments. I have taken numerous training classes in a wide variety of healing therapies, including the application of Chinese medicine to orthopedics and physiatry. I have incorporated what I have learned into the work that I do.
George Engelhard
years of experience
Diagnosed Patients
CEU's accredited
meridians in the body
WINTER PARK, ORLANDO, DR. PHILLIPS, MAITLAND, COLLEGE PARK

Daily Benefits to the Body Resulting from Acupuncture

better General health

Reduced NERVE PAIN

Healthier Orthopedics

Better sleep and naps

OUR SPECIALITIES

WHY CHOOSE US

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Acupuncture is effective at reducing pain, including headache, menstrual cramps, tennis elbow, fibromyalgia, muscular and joint pain, osteoarthritis, low back pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, and tendonitis, and more.

03

Acupuncture works by balancing energy in the body. Everything from sleeping too little, eating a greasy meal, or taking stressful meetings at work can throw that energy off. When these things happen infrequently our bodies are able to bounce back easily, but if stressors happen repeatedly over a long period of time, our energy begins to shift into an unhealthy pattern.

02

Acupuncture has been shown to be effective in surgical and injury rehabilitation. It has been shown to speed up recovery time and bringing even greater recovery once traditional physical therapy is finished.

04
Enhancing sports performance, acupuncture effects the autonomic nervous system which controls our bodily functions not under conscious control-heart rate and stroke volume, breathing rate and depth, digestion, sweating, etc. Acupuncture reduces fright or fight mechanism (stress) and promote relaxation and recovery.
Some acupuncture points increase the release of dopamine and produce a runners high.
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When I first considered becoming a Chinese medical physician, I had already been a licensed massage therapist for 32 years. I was, at this point quite good at helping people with the bodywork that I was doing, but I wanted to expand my skills and knowledge to be an even more effective healer.

I looked at chiropractic medicine, physical therapy, and Chinese medicine. I concluded that Chinese medicine, with its ancient and longstanding history of potent medicine along with its variety of modalities, was the most complete of the three and would provide me with the best medicine I could practice to help my patients.

What I'm looking for,

Pain Relief in 2020

THE MOST ACCURATE DESCRIPTION OF MY PROFESSION IS CHINESE MEDICAL PHYSICIAN. ALTHOUGH I AM LICENSED AS AN ACUPUNCTURE PHYSICIAN IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA.

IN ADDITION TO ACUPUNCTURE, CHINESE MEDICINE INCORPORATES HERBAL MEDICINE, BODY WORK, AND NUTRITION. I AM, ALSO, LICENSED TO PRESCRIBE HOMEOPATHIC MEDICATIONS AND GIVE B-12 INJECTIONS.

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