About Us


Constance Fraatz graduated magna cum laude from the Florida College of Integrative Medicine and is National Board certified in both Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine. She has treated more than a thousand patients both here and in Beijing, China where she did her Internship in 2007. In conjunction with the study of Oriental Medicine Constance became accredited to teach the ancient healing exercise of Qi-Gong as well as a meditative form of Tai Chi. Other degress include: Bachelor of Health Sciences, Master of Oriental Medicine, Diplomate of Oriental Medicine, BFA, MA, and MFA

Through the years she has sought teachers that offer non-traditional views of Oriental Medicine that have expanded her ability to help others. Constance has incorporated therapies based on Meridian Analysis and Meridian Balancing techniques first introduced by Dr Tan into her practice. After realizing the vast number of children and adults who were placed on anti-depressants and anti-anxiety medications, Dr Fraatz responded by incorporating post graduate study in both acupuncture and herbal medicine to reverse this trend and balance the mind and body naturally. Finally, Dr Constance is passionate about helping those struggling with cancer. She has dedicated a great deal of study through Sloane Kettering Cancer Center to not only understanding the Western diagnostics and treatment of various cancers, but to learn the cutting edge Acupuncture treatments to help those who are going through chemotherapy and radiation.

Her areas of expertise are: Stress and Pain Management. Collaborative Cancer Support Therapies, Management and healing of chronic diseases including but not limited to: Fibromyalgia, MS, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Chronic Fatigue Immune Deficiency, and Crohn’s Disease.

Over the years Dr Fraatz has noticed that a great percentage of her patients viewed Oriental Medicine as a last resort and even so, Oriental Medicine was able to turn their health around significantly! This fact along with years in the educational field, have been a catalyst in her dedication to educate the community about this amazing 3,500 year old medicine! Dr Constance is an enthusiastic and frequent guest lecturer at several area community centers including the Winter Park and Maitland Public Libraries, Jewish Community Centers of Orlando, local YMCA’s as well as support groups like Parkinson’s Disease and Alzheimer’s Caregivers. She welcomes any and all opportunities to share and exchange knowledge! Additionally, Constance belongs to the non-profit organization of Wellness Professionals whose mission is to educate city, state, corporate and community organizations on the benefits of preventive and drug free medical alternatives.

Her mission and vision coalesce in this statement:

“The body has a miraculous ability, given the right tools, to heal itself. Natural Medicine, including Oriental Medicine, opens a pathway that is both drug-free and in sync with the body’s innate healing processes. My mission is to help as many people as possible achieve their optimal health so that their long life is truly ageless, vital and exciting!”