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BE STRONGER. BE FASTER. BE QUICKER.
BE MORE FLEXIBLE. BE IN LESS PAIN.

BE STRONGER. BE FASTER. BE QUICKER.
BE MORE FLEXIBLE. BE IN LESS PAIN.

Acupuncture Winter Park FL

Welcome to Chinese Rehabilitative Medicine of Orlando (CRMO), located in Winter Park, Florida. At Rehabilitative Chinese Medicine of Orlando, I will accurately diagnose your issues and treat them effectively and efficiently. My goal is always to get you well as quickly possible, if I can, during your first appointment. Learn more here and see how acupuncture in Winter Park can help you.


Welcome to Rehabilitation Chinese Medicine of Orlando

My office is located on Minnesota Avenue in Winter Park between Orlando Avenue (17/92) and Clay Street. The address is 1298 Minnesota Avenue, Suite D. Its in the same office complex as Renew Wellness Center.


COMMON CONDITIONS WE HELP

  • Musculoskeletal pain and other issues
  • Tendon pain and other issues
  • Inflexibility
  • Stress and anxiety smoking and other addictions
  • Sports performance enhancement
  • Health maintenance

WHAT SETS US APART

I take only one patient at a time. You will have my undivided attention for the length of your appointment. Most other clinics treat multiple patients at a time.

There’s this old question: Are you good at what you do because you enjoy it or do you enjoy what you do because you’re good at it? The answer is yes.

I’m good at what I do and I enjoy what I do. I will enjoy working on you and working with you to bring you back to functional health and help you maintain health once it is achieved.

Give me a call and we’ll discuss your situation and what I might be able to do to help you.

OFFICE HOURS


Monday
9:00am - 9:00pm


Tuesday
9:00am - 9:00pm


Wednesday
9:00am - 9:00pm


Thursday
9:00am - 9:00pm


Friday
9:00am - 9:00pm


Saturday
3:00pm - 9:00pm

Common Symptoms We Help

Working with Rehabilitation Chinese Medicine of Orlando
will make a difference in your health.

WHY I BECAME A CHINESE MEDICAL PHYSICIAN

Though I am licensed as an acupuncture physician in the state of Florida, a more accurate description of my profession is Chinese medical physician. 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.

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.

COMMON MISCONCEPTIONS

Acupuncture is painful: This fear is understandable but the needles I used are only slightly thicker than a human hair. They are not sharp. They do not cut the flesh like a hypodermic needle. They only push though the spaces between the cells when inserted. Almost never does a needle cause pain. If it does, I will adjust it until it does not cause pain even remove it if needed. In most cases, patients find acupuncture so relaxing that they fall asleep during their treatment. We call it napping with needles.

Acupuncture is outdated folk medicine and a purely eastern practice: Acupuncture started in China and then spread throughout the East. In the last 50 years it has become firmly established in the West. It is recognized by the World Health Organization as legitimate treatment for many maladies, especially pain. The Veterans’ Administration and the armed forces use acupuncture to treat PTSD, drug addiction, and pain.

Acupuncture is a placebo: There is an immense amount of scientific evidence that shows the validity of acupuncture.

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