Dr. Frank Yurasek has compiled 28 years of experience in practicing Oriental Medicine and delivering highly effective patient outcome results through these methods. Dr. Yurasek has been President of the Eastern Medicine Group since 1988. He has published the Oriental Medicine Journal for more than a decade.
Dr. Yurasek began studies and practice of Eastern Medicine in 1985 to seek relief for his wife's intense pain. He attended Midwest College of Oriental Medicine, where he received a MS in Oriental Medicine, and his PhD in 2002. Dr. Yurasek was a Professor of Tui Na and clinic supervisor since 1996. He has interned in China and Japan, and has lectured across the United States.
Dr. Yurasek is currently Chief Clinician of Accupuncture and Oriental Medicine at National University of Health Sciences. He also serves as Vice President of the Board of the Illinois Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.
In recent years, Dr. Yurasek has zeroed in on the plight of veterans, particularly among the following issues:
· Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
· Silent Suicide Epidemic among Veterans
· Pain Afflicting Veterans and Non-Veterans
As an author, clinician, Martial artist, mentor, and teacher, Dr. Yurasek uniquely ties together his various disciplines and experiences to present Oriental medicine as a powerful problem-solving tool and restorative health modality.
By demonstrating how acutherapy is applicable to relieving pain and other chronic conditions characteristic of our American culture, Dr. Yurasek is demystifying Oriental medicine. By placing an emphasis on self-help, Dr. Yurasek is making Oriental medicine more accessible and empowering people to take control of their own health.