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Western Medicine's Symbol, the Caduceus represents duality...the unification of polar opposites. Double snakes speak to the Balance & Integration of polarities establishing Harmony. Akin to the ancient Yin Yang principle in traditional Chinese medicine...
The Balance Method
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Balance ~ Harmony ~ Health
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Today we’d like to introduce you to Yosef Pollack, L.Ac.
Yosef, let’s start with your story. We’d love to hear how you got started and how the journey has been so far.
While vacationing in Miami some 30 years ago, it dawned on me…martial arts, eastern philosophy, hmm…Chinese medicine…I quit a lucrative position at Met Life Ins, began a study of anatomy, physiology, pathology…graduated the Swedish Massage College and Ohashi Shiatsu Institute in preparation to study Acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine.
I surveyed western medical docs, none of which had any clue about nutrition being connected to health.
While at Univ of Michigan in the early 70s, my friends always hazed me for shopping in a “health food store”