Allison Kramp, December 2018 graduate, says “I chose East West College because I wanted a very good education of East and Western medicine and I believe I got that here and I’ve had the most wonderful time.”
According to Time magazine, “A new federal report reveals that Americans spend about $30 billion a year on complementary health approaches, from ginkgo biloba to yoga.READ MORE
‘The Many Reincarnations of One Why’
You can take the individual out of Chinese medicine, but you cannot take the passion of Chinese medicine out of the individual. Not everyone starts their desired career path immediately; but, when the dream is sincere, it has a way of beckoning one back to it. Rene Ng (AP, L.Ac) learned this lesson first-hand.
As a child, Dr. Koslosky was no stranger to a doctor’s office. Overcoming personal health difficulties, she always had an interest in “home remedies”. She knew she was destined to be in healthcare. Along the way, she warmly recalls a special mentor in her life saying “do what makes you happy”. She never understood the full meaning of this, until now.
The Drive of an Airman: Story of Dr. Lynn McPhearson, Acupuncture Physician
"I have patience and experience; a man can do anything if he has those two things."
We know how serious you are about studying natural medicine. That's why the instructors at East West College of Natural Medicine work tirelessly to prepare you for your future career. When it comes to being passionate about their work, instructors like Dr. Jessica Fritz truly shine.
Question: When and where did you develop a passion for Chinese medicine?