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Mark Tryling

Location: Bedford, TX US


Often, patients are surprised to discover that most conditions treated by a western doctor are successfully treated with Oriental Medicine. Most patients equate Oriental Medicine with acupuncture. The fact is that OM involves many different modalities designed to correct imbalances and disharmonies manifesting as symptoms. Symptoms commonly seen in my clinic are all the female related disorders: menopausal, gynecological, menstruation, infertility, yeast infections, urinary tract infections, as well as others affecting both men and women: migraines, whiplash and sports injuries, headaches, gastrointestinal disorders, high blood pressure, diabetes, high cholesterol, fibromyalgia, insomnia, chronic fatigue syndrome, allergies, emotional stress, depression, anxiety, acid reflux, hives, psoriasis, eczema, post stroke paralysis, seizures, epilepsy, arthritis, peripheral neuropathy and of course, pain, to name a few. Once a patient realizes OM has an 8000 year history, it really isn’t that surprising to see the many conditions treated using Oriental Medicine. One of the things we strive to provide for each patient is a one-stop resource so that patients can become empowered to support, rather than degrade, the treatments and therapies they receive in our clinic. It is important to us to provide the highest standard of medical care to our patients. It’s even more important for us to provide them with information they can use, right away, to begin realizing immediate benefits. We have found that coupling robust treatment strategies with specialized knowledge is an awesome combination that results in patients healing faster and staying well longer. Mark Tryling is nationally board certified in both acupuncture and oriental medicine by the national certification commission of acupuncture and oriental medicine and is licensed by the Texas Medical Board.




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