Jeannette is an Acupuncture Physician and Doctor of Oriental Medicine with fifteen years of clinical experience in acupuncture, Oriental medicine, and Chinese herbology. She taught at the Florida School of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, and at the Institute for Classical Acupuncture. She became the Academic Dean and a professor at the prestigious Dragon Rises School of Oriental Medicine -one of the top five programs in the nation, before returning home to Melbourne to open live and practice.
Jeannette has advanced skills in the treatment of addictions, neurological injuries and diseases, autoimmune disorders, eye diseases, gynecological disorders, and chronic pain. She also teaches seminars on advanced Oriental diagnostic techniques.
A Brevard County native, Jeannette is a physician dedicated to her community and the health and wellbeing of the people who live here.
Originally from Sweden, she graduated from Uppsala University, then the University of Florida and The Florida School of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine. Catherine holds degrees in Nutrition and Biochemistry and is a member of the Swedish Dietetic Association, the National Certification Commission of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, the Florida State Oriental Medical Association, and the American Society of Acupuncture.
She has further studies and clinical experience in the areas of Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Infertility and Gynecology, and Aesthetic Medicine and Non-Surgical/non-invasive face-lifts. She has expertise in all aspects of Classical and Traditional Chinese Medicine, Nutritional and Herbal Medicine, Homeopathy, Pain Management, Physio-Therapies and Manual Osteopathic Bodywork as well as special certifications in Acu-Point Injection Therapies/MESO therapies and electro-acupuncture (as well as other methods of acupuncture without needles).
If you are on the path to restore balance and quality to your life, Catherine would welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and provide you with the best healthcare available for you and your family.
Adam’s massage and bodywork practice is unique: he melds myofascial, muscular, and kinesthetic therapies with advanced relaxation techniques into a seamless methodology. This allows him to adapt his therapeutic approach to the individual’’s needs in a way that few others can. With experience in education, cognitive psychology, and neuroscience, as well as study in philosophy, eastern traditions and transpersonal psychology, Adam is able to address the apparent (but illusory) separation between body and mind, leaving the client with a sense of connection and well-being that is both physical and emotional. His work is healing on the most profound levels.
“Leaving the office relaxed is great but not good enough. Leaving the office free of pain is wonderful, but also not good enough. That relaxation and well-being must carry through into the rest of the client’s life if we have done our work well. The goal of massage is not just a reduction in pain but a greater, freer and overall more connected life.”
Adam also does specialty work teaching couple’s massage and Sensate Focus dealing with issues of intimacy and trust as well as reintegration for veterans and those who have experience physical, emotional and sexual abuse and trauma.
Adam is a nationally certified Hypnotherapist and certified teacher specializing in trauma/PTSD, stress management, neurology and couple/intimacy issues. An author and teacher with over two decades of experience in academic and field practice, Adam has degrees in Education, English and Psychology and years of experience working with groups and individuals at retreats, in the workplace, and in educational settings, with programs designed to teach them how to reduce stress and pain, work more effectively, and improve life skills in human relations, intimacy and conflict resolution.
He is a member of the Florida State massage Therapy Association, The American Massage Therapy Association, and the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists.
Jazmin uses a form of gentle deep tissue massage to affect lasting change in the body as well as working with a client to reduce future injury or strain. She affects changes at a deep level without the discomfort often associated with such work.
Jazmin specializes in working with children and dealing with ADHD and Migraines adding that many people don’t realize massage therapy works on a neurological basis as well as a purely mechanical.
For those clients needing relief from stress, her calm sense instantly puts the client at ease and allows for deep relaxation. Her techniques are as individual as her client’s needs.
Jazmin’s goal is to assist clients in moving themselves toward health and wellness and to be a valued partner in that journey.
Lee Tritt provides high-quality, client-centered healthcare and wellness programs. These programs include the use of Oriental Medical Techniques both with or without needles. She also uses herbal medicine, natural medicine, homeopathy, Oriental bodywork and is licensed for injection therapies.
A note from Doc Lee
We’re perfectly happy to tell a patient when something is in our scope, out of our scope or to work with an MD when a concern requires it. But many patients would be surprised just how effective Oriental Medicine is and for just how many things.
Many don’t even realize we are full primary care physicians with exhaustive medical training, internship and clinical practice.”
For many families, Oriental Medicine is no longer “Alternative” or “Complimentary” but their method of choice for primary healthcare. Whatever is most appropriate is what should be done. Whatever works and is least invasive, does the least to the patient while doing the most good. If you break a leg, you should go have it set at the ER, but Oriental Medicine can keep the swelling down, relieve the pain and speed healing. Everything has its place. An OMD can handle most common and most uncommon healthcare issues and even some many patients would not expect we could. For many families I am their primary family physician. And we do a great job of it. Just ask our patients.