Listed in Acupuncture
- 2106 Bispham Rd, Sarasota, FL 34231, USA
At Longevity Wellness Clinic we offer a holistic approach to healthcare that combines Chinese Medicine, acupuncture and nutrition with Western science and diagnostics.
We offer one-on-one attention from our expert providers, personalized treatment plans to meet specific health needs, drug-free treatments without side-effects, and comprehensive nutritional evaluations with individualized nutrition regimes.
At Longevity Wellness Clinic we use whole food supplements from Standard Process and the best quality herbal remedies from Evergreen Herbs.
We excel at relieving pain with Acupuncture and holistic preventive care with an emphasis on optimizing overall health, well-being and performance.
About Dr. Cynthia Clark:
Dr. Cynthia Clark, Acupuncture Physician and Applied Clinical Nutritionist.
A highly skilled acupuncturist, Applied Clinical Nutritionist, Herbalist, and Doctor of Chinese Medicine, Dr. Cynthia has successfully treated patients with a wide range of health issues, including musculoskeletal, reproductive, psychological, respiratory, digestive and nervous system disorders.
Her comprehensive knowledge of herbal safety and herb-pharmaceutical interactions allows her to safely and effectively integrate herbal medicine, nutrition and whole food supplements into her treatment programs at Longevity Wellness Clinic.
Dr. Cynthia earned her Master of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine from AOMA, Graduate School of Integrative Medicine in Austin, Texas. AOMA is the leading graduate school for acupuncture and Chinese Medicine in the U.S. and the first to be regionally accredited. The four-year Master program includes extensive training in both Chinese and Western medical theory, diagnosis and practice.
Dr. Cynthia is a NCCAOM (National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine) Diplomate of Oriental Medicine. She also has an Applied Clinical Nutrition Certification (ACN).
She is licensed to practice acupuncture by the Florida Medical Board. In addition to her Master’s degree from AOMA, Cynthia also has a B.S. in Industrial Engineering from Texas A&M University.
Dr. Cynthia is dedicated to educating both patients and the general public about the importance and rewards of greater nutritional health and Chinese medical practices.
In addition to treating patients, she teaches weekly seminars, blogs, and writes the Crane Acupuncture & Nutritional Healing Newsletter.
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