Dr. Patrick Purdue, DOM is a former writer for Verywell Health, specializing in Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Dr. Purdue uses acupuncture to address gastrointestinal, gynecological, cardiovascular, and all other internal medicine diseases. He also specializes in pain management using acupuncture, Biopuncture (a European technique that uses natural substances in an injection to improve various symptoms), prolotherapy (a connective tissue reconstruction injection technique), adhesion release techniques as developed by Dr. Jean-Pierre Barral, DO, and various physical manipulation techniques using Tui Na (a Chinese medical technique), Arthrostim and Vibracussor. He also incorporates nutritional and dietary counseling into his practice.
Patrick C. Purdue, DOM has been registered with the National Provider Identifier database since May, 2007.
Dr. Purdue earned his Diplomate in Oriental Medicine specializing in Traditional Chinese Medicine from the Florida Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
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