Scott strongly believes that optimal health is a function of quality interrelationships. There is both an art and science to understanding the dynamics inherent in natural systems, interpersonal communication, and biological interaction. Within the root of disease lies a disconnect of functional intercommunication, ranging from physiological, to psycho-emotional, to social.
At The WellBridge Clinic he works closely with patients to achieve sustainable health by identifying disharmonies and restoring coordinated function, a concept the ancient Chinese doctors referred to as the smooth flow of “Qi”.
He was first exposed to acupuncture and Chinese medicine 20 years ago after a car accident left him with a pinched nerve in his hip. Coming from an athletic background and working through a pre-med program in college, he was fascinated with anatomy and physiology and now had a personal injury to work through. Two doctor’s visits and two unfilled prescriptions for pain medication later, a friend referred him to a local acupuncture clinic where the renowned acupuncturist, teacher, and philosopher Giovanni Maciocia worked and taught.
After falling asleep during his first session and waking to the practitioner doing gentle stretches with his leg, he quickly realized that the acupuncture treatment had released the muscle tension impinging his sciatic nerve.