Frischman, Dr. Yehuda L.

Frischman, Dr. Yehuda L.

Dr. Yehuda L. Frischman chose to practice medicine, being in business for 21 years. As a Chassidic Jew, he found that being a practitioner of Traditional Jewish and Chinese medicine seamlessly fits into his lifestyle. Judaism teaches that when illness strikes, a person needs to ground himself introspectively, determining in which ways his life is out of balance, and do whatever needs to be done to put himself back in a state of connectivity: with himself, his community, and with G-D.

He used this same model to formulate the 10 Principles of Traditional Jewish Medicine (TJM) and to treat his patients.

By addressing the whole person — physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually — he was able to resolve health issues that have stubbornly resisted conventional medical treatment. Each patient's individual constitution, nature, and life experiences (including traumas) represent the pieces of the map in their unique individual path toward healing and balance.


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