East-West
Integrated Medicine,
LLC

 

Holistic Care          

      Children & Adults

Traditional Chinese Medicine, Reiki, Flower Essences,
Consultative Western Pediatrics

East West Integrated Med Services Operations and Pricing Contact and Directions



Welcome!  East-West Integrated Medicine, LLC is a unique practice in the Chicago area offering holistic medical care to children and adults.

Dr. David Miller, M.D., L.Ac. is one of the only physicians in the U.S. dually board certified in Pediatrics and Traditional Chinese Medicine (including Chinese herbalism). 

He is one of a growing number of health professionals seeing a need in medicine for more Holistic options.  To help work toward this end, he has sought out medical systems that are inherently based on holistic approaches:  Traditional Chinese Medicine, Reiki, and Flower Essences.   

Dr. Miller sees children and adults, but specializes in pediatrics and believes that children should have access to the same broad range of healthcare options as adults.

He provides options for parents seeking to integrate other sophisticated medical modalities with the allopathic care their children are already receiving from a primary care pediatrician, and for adults who wish to expand their own treatment options.

He also provides options for Western medical practitioners seeking to work collaboratively in order to expand the care their patients are receiving.

Dr. Miller is particularly interested in chronic conditions such as asthma, headaches, chronic pain, Sickle Cell Disease, seizure disorders, attentional problems and autism.
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David W. Miller, M.D., L.Ac.
Fellow American Academy of Pediatrics
Diplomate of Oriental Medicine


Professional and Academic Background


Biomedicine

M.D. – Medical Doctor

• M.D. - Brown University, Providence , R.I. 
   1996
• Internship/Residency: University of 
   Chicago, Department of Pediatrics, 1999
• Board Certified in Pediatrics: 
   American Board of Pediatrics, 2000
• F.A.A.P. – Fellow of the 
   American Academy of Pediatrics
• Licensure State of Illinois

Chinese Medicine

L.Ac. – Licensed Acupuncturist

• MSTOM - Master of Science in Traditional 
   Oriental Medicine Pacific College of 
   Oriental Medicine, Chicago Campus, 2005
• Board Certified by the National Certification 
   Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental 
   Medicine (NCCAOM), 2005.
• Dipl. O.M. – Diplomate of Oriental Medicine 
   (includes certification in both Acupuncture 
   and Chinese Herbalism)
• Licensure State of Illinois

Reiki

• Reiki practitioner since 1998.
• Completed Reiki Master-Teacher training 
   in 2004 – Traditional Usui System.
• Classes taught: Reiki I and Reiki II

Flower Essences
 
• Self directed learning

B.A. – Bachelor of Arts

• B.A. - Theoretical Mathematics, 
   Vassar College, Poughkeepsie , NY , 1989




For more information about CAM therapies in general, visit the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine.  The NCCAM is a branch of the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

NCCAM
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For more information about Flower Essences I recommend beginning with the sites below.  Please note, while I authored this site, all flower pictures used are from the Flower Essence Society (FES) and are used by permission (© Flower Essence Society).   For more information about FES contact 800-736-9222 or click the link to visit www.flowersociety.org.
                                                                  
                                                     
Flower Society
The Edward Bach center is located at Mount Vernon in Oxfordshire, England. This is the site where Bach lived while developing 19 of the original Essences (Bach Flower Remedies) in the 1930's, and many of the original plants he used are still grown there. To learn more, visit www.bachcenter.com or click the link.                       
                                       
Edward Bach Center