Claudette Baker L.Ac., Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine
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The Glenview Healing Arts Center
Our Mission: At the Glenview Healing Arts Center we are committed to excellence in providing natural and safe health care in partnership with those who seek our services. We provide expert, compassionate, effective, and unique care in a peaceful environment and are dedicated to teaching each person practical and attainable strategies to regain and maintain optimal health and vitality.
The Glenview Healing Arts Center is an inviting oasis of serenity located in downtown Glenview, Since 1985, Claudette Baker, the clinic's Founder and Director, has been providing affordable and highly effective natural family health care that is based upon dynamic communication, advanced knowledge, skills, and mutual trust. Over the past 3 decades, many thousands of people have healed with acupuncture and Oriental medicine under her guidance.
The majority of people who come to the Glenview Healing Arts Center have already been to numerous medical specialists and/or alternative practitioners but still have unresolved or dire health issues. Claudette has trained with some of the leading doctors from Asia, Europe and the US and obtains excellent results in her robust practice of both children and adults. She has witnessed the positive results attained by those who embrace optimal dietary and lifestyle modifications under her guidance. She is passionate about offering natural healthcare that is based upon extensive education and post-graduate training in Oriental Medicine as well as in Functional Medicine through Apex Seminars.
Oriental Medicine is the oldest, unbroken system of healing and has been practiced and refined in Asia for more than 3,000 years. According to the World Health Organization, Oriental (or East Asian) Medicine, is utilized by more people worldwide than any other form of medicine or healing. It is designed to determine and treat the underlying cause of disease that leads to pain and countless symptoms and conditions.
Although sometimes referred to as 'alternative' or 'complimentary,' Oriental Medicine is not 'experimental.' In fact, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) considers acupuncture to be mainstream based on the hundreds of NIH-sponsored research studies that show acupuncture to be safe and effective. There are more than 50 studies in the Cochrane Databases showing positive effects from acupuncture.
Oriental Medicine is the big brother to the Western world’s ‘Functional Medicine’, and together they complement each other beautifully, as both forms of medicine seek to determine the underlying cause of imbalances for each individual. With this customized approach in health care, the proper treatments can be given to each person to support the restoration of optimal function and health.