Though "Traditional East Asian Medicine" conjures acupuncture needles or herbs in a clay pot,
the heart of this medicine lies not in a technique but in a worldview.
Understanding life in a radically process-oriented way, the physician learns to see differently.
From here springs the true clinical power of Traditional East Asian Medicine:
treating the hidden roots of disease rather than just the branches.
As a clinician trained in East Asian Medicine, I help people regain their health so they can enjoy the play of life.
As a writer, I attempt to serve as conduit for the insights and wisdom of the past.
"Walk not in the footsteps of the masters of old; rather, seek what they sought." - Matsuo Basho