Cerami Integrative Medicine & Acupuncture

What sets us apart? Well, a few things.

Time. This is a small practice. I see patients one and one and am able to give them my full attention in the time that we have together.

Communication. I understand that the concepts of Chinese Medicine & acupuncture are new to people. I don’t mind explaining to curious patients what I’m doing and why. In fact I love it.

Also, I encourage my patients to give me feedback. No one knows a body better than the person who lives inside of it.

Commitment. I’m not going to pretend that I have all the answers. I wish I did, but no one does. What I do offer my patients is my commitment to helping them in the best way I can. If this requires me to stay late or spend an otherwise free afternoon researching a disease to understand it better or looking at new clinical trials (in both Chinese or Western medicine), I do it. If I need to reach other to other acupuncturists across the country for a new perspective or sage advice, I do. If I need to take a seminar on a new technique that might help just one patient, I will.

I do this job to help people, because there is already too much suffering in the world. We need to do what we can to help who we can.