Philadephia, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/20/2017 -- The trauma of warfare can never be underestimated. Soldiers return from war, more lucid, more sensitive, having endured the physical, mental, and spiritual conditioning of a military life. At the Yang Institute of Integrative Medicine, they employ a team of holistic and Taoist medical practitioners. Veterans and civilians alike in Philadelphia are invited to seek out acupuncture at their center in Marlton NJ, or Bryn Mawr, PA.
Stemming from the age of antiquity, Taoism thought emerged from a major school of wisdom, alongside Confucianism. Both philosophical and spiritual, like Buddhist contemporaries, it blossomed into medicine practices—most notably, acupuncture. Yang Institute of Integrative Medicine acupuncturists are not only trained in this classic modality, but they also hold doctorates in Western medicine, bringing the best of both worlds together.
Veterans of war, stirred by their training and combat, can seek treatment at Yang Institute of Integrative Medicine. With their nerves strained, and their psyches nervous, veterans are susceptible to a spectrum of Post Traumatic Stress Disorders. At the Yang Institute of Integrative Medicine, doctors and acupuncturists view PTSD from a more holistic perspective. By applying both Eastern and Western philosophies, their medical practitioners can see the roots of a physiological and psychological condition more clearly.
When applied to a patient's treatments, acupuncture soothes and treats bioenergies in the body—extending to the mind, nature, and spirit, too. Because of their knowledge of western practices, they are able to treat PTSD, stresses, and anxiety, in Philadelphia and the surrounding areas.
Anyone seeking a nuanced and modernized treatment for anxiety or Post Traumatic Stress is invited to contact the doctors of Yang Institute of Integrative Medicine by visiting http://www.taoinstitute.com/.
About Yang Institute of Integrative Medicine
The Yang Institute of Integrative Medicine combines the best methods of Western and Eastern medicine to help their patients achieve health and wellness. The center operates with a highly-skilled group of holistic integrative medicine experts, including board-certified psychologists, psychiatrists, nutrition specialists, meditation specialists, counselors and licensed acupuncturists. Every treatment begins with a comprehensive evaluation to determine an approach that will help find and assess the root of health problems in order to improve one's quality of life.
To find out more about the Yang Institute of Integrative Medicine, please visit http://www.taoinstitute.com.