East West Medical Arts

East West Medical Arts is a Primary Care Family Medical Practice providing Evidence Based Integrated Medicine. We specialize in Difficult and Unusual cases which have not responded to Conventional or Alternative treatment.

East West Medical Arts is a full service Primary Care Family Practice with an emphasis on the "Three Free Therapies" of Exercise, Nutrition, and Stress Reduction/Relaxation. We treat all ages and conditions with the finest in Evidence Based Complementary Medicine. We are experts in "No - Needle" Treatments using the latest in Microcurrent and Color Light Therapy, The Acutron Mentor.This FDA approv

Operating as usual

07/08/2020

I have office space available in my building 1/2 mile from Christus St. Vincent hospital in Santa Fe. Please contact me at 505-470-2167 if you or someone you know has interest in renting office space in a beautiful building in Santa Fe, NM.
Space in this building is rarely available, these rooms are opening up due to retirement of one tenant and relocation of another.

03/07/2020

Shanghai Government Officially Recommends Vitamin C for COVID-19
Written by Andrew W. Saul

(OMNS Mar 3, 2020) The government of Shanghai, China has announced its official recommendation that COVID-19 should be treated with high amounts of intravenous vitamin C. (1) Dosage recommendations vary with severity of illness, from 50 to 200 milligrams per kilogram body weight per day to as much as 200 mg/kg/day.

These dosages are approximately 4,000 to 16,000 mg for an adult, administered by IV. This specific method of administration is important, says intravenous therapy expert Atsuo Yanagisawa, MD, PhD, because vitamin C’s effect is at least ten times more powerful by IV than if taken orally. Dr. Yanagisawa is president of the Tokyo-based Japanese College of Intravenous Therapy. He says, “Intravenous vitamin C is a safe, effective, and broad-spectrum antiviral.”

02/05/2019

Today is both the New Year and the first day of Spring! Gong hey fat choy! Welcome to the year of the Earth Pig!

11/23/2018
11/07/2018

Spoken before about the Chinese Farmer's Almanac called the Book of Days, and how Santa Fe climate closely mirrors the changes it describes.
Today is considered the first day of Winter. The associated I Ching trigram is 23, Erosion.
The classics advise us : "Retire early and get up with the sunrise, which is later in winter. Desires and mental activity should be kept quiet and subdued. Stay warm, avoid the cold, and keep the pores closed (avoid sweating). The philosophy of the winter season is one of conservation and storage."

02/14/2018

Information on joining the New Mexico Serves Medical Reserve Corps Integrative Wellness Team, this year's winner of Unit of the Year for the team's participation in response to the shootings at the high school in Aztec.

02/13/2018

Hormone Therapy Certification Course

01/31/2018

This week marks for me 30 years of NM and FL Licensed and National Board Certified practice as a Primary Care Physician specializing in Asian Medicine.
I am grateful to my Teachers, Students, and Patients, who often along the way have been one and the same.
Like my colleagues, I went into Asian Medicine as a path, not just a career or a profession. At its best, the practice of any medicine requires lifelong learning and personal development. I found Asian Medicine to be right livelihood in the Buddhist sense, a way of earning a living through serving others, helping them in finding happiness and relieving suffering.
Along this path, we all as practitioners also have and will continue to face challenges, in the form of our own health difficulties, and in the form of family and patients whose dis-ease and dis-orders challenge us to grow in our knowledge and skill as practitioners. The people I have not been able to help have been my strongest impetus to continue to learn and expand.
I will be posting some videos over the next couple of days on my East West Medical Arts Page. I am making major changes to my practice. I will be focusing more in the future on teaching, and passing on some of the knowledge my instructors graciously shared with me. This will be through professional post graduate training in my school, Beginner’s Mind Medical Arts Institute. Someplace on F Book I have a page for this - will be reviving this as well. These business pages are where I will be doing most of my posting and f booking from now on – will share more about these pages in the next few weeks…
For decades now I have used as part of my logo the old homeopathic axiom “Primum Non Nocere”, First, do no Harm. I am changing this to “Primum Bonum Facere” or First, Do Good. I think this a more accurate reflection of my intention, and also certainly of what I would want and expect out of a physician as a patient…
So always interested in feedback from the limited group of close people on my personal fbook feed. I have given up on understanding how this works anymore, who I see and who sees my posts and why, etc. If anybody has time and interest when some new videos go up on the other pages I think it will get mentioned on this account as well. So if the subject holds any interest for you, please check it out and let me know what you think.
Thirty years in the biz. It has been an honor and a privilege to share in the lives and stories of so many people in so many places, from here to Nepal and back. Thank you. Whatever skill and compassion I have been able to develop, has been because of your trust in sharing your deepest truths with me, the truths of the joys and suffering we are all subject to as human beings.
Here is what I have come to believe about skillful means and compassion and healing. Love is what heals. Nature is what heals. Relationship to source, the planet, and each other is what heals.
The external requirements must be there in the correct amounts and used in a skillfully applied way. But - that old Sufi saying applies here, there is no one right way – there are as many paths to source as there are breaths of the children of humanity. Same with paths of healing, they are infinite, a mystery to be discovered individually on our paths..
Ok enough philosophizing and reminiscing - got to go to clinic and get to work.

08/09/2017

Original Longevity Medicine - Principles of Asian Medicine

08/09/2017

Tibetan Medicine & Holistic Healing

Love, Peace, and Harmony to all beings...

Seems like a good thing to remind people right now.

08/08/2017

Original Longevity Medicine - More on Lineage Traditions and the Yellow Emperor's Classic of Internal Medicine

08/06/2017

Day 2 First Annual Qi Gong and Conscious Aging Conference

08/05/2017

Live from first annual Qi Gong and conscious aging conference

08/04/2017
08/03/2017

Original Longevity Medicine Seminar - Lineage Traditions (continued)

08/02/2017
08/01/2017
03/06/2017

All About Moxibustion http://dlvr.it/NYP7bW

02/22/2017

Heart Afire: The Fire Element http://dlvr.it/NRxgS1

02/22/2017

Valentine’s Day, TCM and Heart Health http://dlvr.it/NRxgR6

02/22/2017

Fighting Flu Season with Acupuncture http://dlvr.it/NRxgN4

02/22/2017

Going Deeper: The Kidneys http://dlvr.it/NRxg7H

02/22/2017

Traditional Chinese Medicine and the Season of Winter http://dlvr.it/NRxfpY

02/20/2017

Heart Afire: The Fire Element http://dlvr.it/NQrz49

02/14/2017

Posted at the reques of Dr Glenn Wilcox -
This message is from Glenn Wilcox. I need your help, please.
The New Mexico Board of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine will hold a Special Meeting on February 14th 2017 at the RLD office, 5500 San Antonio Dr. NE, Albuquerque, New Mexico at 8:00 a.m.
There is only one item on the agenda and that is “House Bill 232 Review.”
BAOM Chair, Barbara Maddoux, feels the meeting will only last about 45 minutes.
New Mexico House Bill 232, sponsored by Representative Patricio Ruiloba, will be amended. It will add the following to the Expanded Practice Section of our Practice Act:
1. Lidocaine (Safest and most commonly used local anesthetic with 1 hour action.)
2. Ropivacaine (Safest local anesthetic with 4 hour action.)
3. Nitrous oxide (“Laughing gas” to relax patients during painful procedures.)
4. Diphenhydramine (Benadryl for injection to manage allergic reactions more quickly.)
5. Topical anesthetics (To reduce discomfort of injections, IV pushes and infusions, and phlebotomy.)
6. Substances necessary to manufacture, compound, stabilize, preserve or administer the substances currently authorized, but only if used by the manufacturer or compounding pharmacy. (For example, hyaluronic acid is cross linked by adding a patented substance to improve its duration of action.)
7. Language to indicate the location of definitions for natural medicines, dietary supplements, biological products.
The Medical Society, Medical Board and Pharmacy Board were not opposing HB 232. However, our very own BAOM has concerns and we must be there on Tuesday morning to help convince the BAOM to support it.
We have a very good chance of getting HB 232 passed by the NM Legislature.
I seldom ask for help, but this is a very, very important meeting. We really, really need as many supportive DOMs at this meeting as possible to show the BAOM we want these changes and that they will be good for our practices and patients. Please bring friends and family, too! If we can convince the BAOM that this is a good change to our Practice Act, our way is open to get it passed.

02/06/2017

Valentine’s Day, TCM and Heart Health http://dlvr.it/NJPF73

02/05/2017

The Chinese equivalent of the Old Farmer's Almanac is called "The Book of Days". And according to this Book, today is the First Day of Spring. I have found that Santa Fe, located at 35º 41' N, 105º 56' W, and at an altitude of around 7,000 ft, follows this calendar very closely. I will be posting about these notable days as they come around - So, Welcome To Spring!

01/28/2017

GONG HEY FAT CHOY! Happy Chinese New Year!

01/27/2017

The I Ching, called the The Book Of Changes in the West, is one of the foundational texts of Taoism.
Based on a binary code symbolizing Yin ( - -) and Yang ( ─ ), it examines the inter-relationships of Yin and Yang as they apply to all creation and thus to human life.
There are 64 HEXAGRAMS consisting of combinations of two trigrams of three lines each; 6 lines in all possible configurations of Yin and Yang lines. 12 of these trigrams are associated with the 12 months. The Winter solstice is seen as the culmination of Yin energy, at which point Yang begins to rise.
Now at the Chinese Lunar New Year, the trigram for the month of Feb. is number 11, T’AI; PEACE, HARMONY and GOOD OPPORTUNITY .
Hexagrams are made up of two trigrams, and are constructed from the bottom up, with line 1 at the bottom and line 6 at the top. This is the configuration for T’AI : Earth over Heaven, at the bottom of the page.

Here is the interpretation from one of my favorite translations and commentaries, by Master Hua Ching Ni:
“GUIDANCE: “Good opportunity. In a time of prosperity something small is given and something large is returned. Little effort brings a big reward. Good Fortune. Proceed”
In this hexagram, Heaven is below Earth. The natural movement of light, Heavenly Yang energy is ascending, while that of heavy, Earthly Yin energy is descending. As they meet and commune with one another, peace and harmony are achieved and great accomplishments are possible.
This hexagram is associated with February/March, the first month of Spring. The harmonizing natural energy of Heaven and Earth is the highest foundation for all living things and indicates a time when all things grow and prosper. One who follows this principle will be able to arrange one’s energy harmoniously, thus maintaining good mental and physical health and managing business and state affairs well.”
May the energies of Peace Harmony and Good Fortune Fill the Spring and New Year for all of us.

01/26/2017

Yin and yang originally referred to the shady and sunny side of a mountain....

01/16/2017

Fighting Flu Season with Acupuncture http://dlvr.it/N76zDm

01/14/2017

JAN 2017 - Hello Friends,

To help celebrate the New Year we are offering to cover the costs of the first 15 minutes of any " TALK TO THE DOC" online consultation. You may sign up online at eastwestmedicalarts.com. Consultations are available on Thursdays. Sign up today to discuss any health concerns, nutritional programs, treatment options - any health related issue - and EW MEDICAL ARTS will cover the cost of the first 15 minutes of the consultation. Good Health!

01/02/2017

Going Deeper: The Kidneys http://dlvr.it/N1Ptvr

12/26/2016

Traditional Chinese Medicine and the Season of Winter http://dlvr.it/MywqBP

12/26/2016

Exploring the 24 Hour Qi Clock http://dlvr.it/Mywpws

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Information on joining the New Mexico Serves Medical Reserve Corps Integrative Wellness Team, this year's winner of Unit...
Hormone Therapy Certification Course
Original Longevity Medicine - Principles of Asian Medicine
Original Longevity Medicine - More on Lineage Traditions and the Yellow Emperor's Classic of Internal Medicine
Day 2 First Annual Qi Gong and Conscious Aging Conference
Live from first annual Qi Gong and conscious aging conference
Original Longevity Medicine Seminar - Lineage Traditions (continued)

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General information

East West Medical Arts is one of the East West Family of Companies, all dedicated to providing you with the finest in Modern and Traditional Health Care. Our sister companies are E/W Herbs and Natural Therapeutics, one of the largest Traditional Asian Medical and Homeopathic Pharmacies in the Southwest; E/W Diagnostics, The Longevity Institute of Santa Fe, The Tai Shen School of Martial and Healing Arts, and Acupuncture VIP. Together these companies provide a wide spectrum of Natural and Integrated diagnostics and therapies, capable of helping people of all ages and conditions meet their health and fitness goals.

Opening Hours

Tuesday 8:30am - 11:30am
1:30pm - 6:30pm
Wednesday 8:30am - 11:30am
1:30pm - 6:30pm
Thursday 8:30am - 11:30am
1:30pm - 6:30pm
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