StillWaters Healing Center located at 1850 Lee Road will be closed as of September 30th 2021.
I am taking a three month hiatus and plan to open at a new location in the Port Orange FL area starting in January of 2022. An “Opening Announcement” will be posted on this website at that time.
My past and present patients will still be able to reach me on the office number: 407-772-9243. If you would like updates pertaining to the new location and hours or if you would like your medical records please contact me at the above number.
Thank you to all my patients and friends! I have appreciated your confidence and trust in me over these 14 years. I hope to see some of you in January!
Constance Fraatz AP/DOM
Acupuncture and Cancer Care
Stabilizing and increasing both red and white blood cells
Reducing or eliminating nausea and vomiting
Reducing or eliminating hiccups
Treating dry mouth
Reducing or eliminating hot flashes and night sweats
Decreasing incidence of neuropathy and treating any should they occur
Increasing T-cell and Nk killer cell count to help fight rogue cancer cells (These are the body’s own chemo agents)
Acupuncture has been shown and in many cases proven through double blind studies to be one of the best adjunctive (complementary) therapies in holistically aiding the body to combat this disease. But perhaps even more important is it’s role in reducing stress and promoting well being during the roller coaster ride to full recovery. Many cancer patients benefit immensely from acupuncture’s ability to improve mood due to the release of endorphins and regulation of seretonin levels that this therapy provides. Frustration and depression both can be treated and alleviated with Oriental Medicine.
Cancer treatment in Traditional Chinese Medicine follows the Fu Zheng Gu Gen principle:
Strengthen what is correct, fortify and support the body to make it stronger and more resistant to disease.
Lao Zi said:
“Between Heaven and Earth — is it not like a bellows? When emptied, it is still inexhaustible. When activated, it wants only to continue.”
It is this basic principle that drives Oriental Medicine’s approach to holistic healing – “Restoring the Harmony” of the body. This, in turn, gives rise to inexhaustible vitality and wellness!