I got excited when I read this article.
Chinese herbs have been in the news recently, with Time Magazine and The Wall Street Journal both reporting on the growing trend of major medical institutions incorporating Herbal Medicine into their offerings. In January, the Cleveland Clinic opened a Chinese herbal-therapy ward. In the past three months, therapists at the clinic have seen patients suffering from chronic pain, fatigue, poor digestion, infertility, and sleep disorders. "We're incorporating ancient knowledge into patient care," says in-house herbalist Galina Roofener. Our clinic at PCOM-NY is currently the most active Oriental medical clinic on the East coast with 30,000 visits a year! With Western medical facilities incorporating Oriental medicine at unprecedented rates, the need for qualified practitioners grows simultaneously. Pacific College's programs are rooted in Chinese and integrative medicine, including Chinese herbal medicine, acupuncture, and massage. We provide you with the tools you need to fill this demand and thrive as a practitioner.
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