American Holistic Medical Association was founded in 1978 to unite physicians
who practice holistic medicine. AHMA membership is open to licensed
medical doctors (MD's) and doctors of osteopathic medicine (DO's) from
every specialty and the medical students studying for those degrees.
AHMA "Doctor Finder" is a compiled list of physician members, and is
intended for use by the general public to allow them quick information
on AHMA member physicians. They can be reached at: http://www.holisticmedicine.org.
Complementary HealthCare was founded in 1998. Tapestry focuses on providing
complementary care services to clinical groups, major organizations,
corporations, unions, HMO's and individuals in the greater Boston area.
For Tapestry, complementary health care encompasses both empirically
demonstrated and scientifically researched health care modalities such
as acupuncture, mind/body medicine, therapeutic massage, and homeopathy.
information, contact The Tapestry Group, Inc. at (617) 323-0900 or via
e-mail at email@example.com.
Jennifer Cao, OMD, MS, is the Director of Traditional Chinese Medicine
for Tapestry. She earned her MD from the prestigious Shanghai Medical
College with advanced training in molecular biology from the Shanghai
Institute of Biochemistry, Academia Sinica in China. From 1988-1994,
she served as a Research Fellow at New York Medical College, and Senior
Research Fellow at the Kimball Research Institute of the New York Blood
Zhang, MD (in China,) MS Lic. Certified Chinese Herbalist. Ms. Chang
received her MD at the Herbei Medical College in 1982, and Masters Degree
from the Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Beijing, 1987. She
was one of the first ten practitioners to be certified as a Chinese
herbalist in the US, and a founder of the New England Acupuncture and
Oriental Herbal Services. Ms. Zhang is also an acupuncturist and herbalist
at the Spence Center for Women's Health in Cambridge, MA, where she
specializes in ob-gyn issues.
Ted Kaptchuk, OMD
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