Yeh Center of Natural Medicine
Yeh Center of Natural Medicine™ is at the forefront of the practice of natural medicine because they have the knowledge of the art and science of both Western and Oriental medicine. This gives them the unique ability to know how an illness operates in the body and more importantly, how to treat it.
The Yeh Center’s goal is to help each patient achieve their full potential physically, mentally and spiritually. This is the Natural Way, The Yeh Way™.
Yeh Natural Medicine has a unique and very effective way of diagnosing and treating diseases and ailments.
Founded by Drs. Timothy and Pearl Yeh in 1980, the Yeh Center was one of the first large-scale offices of natural medicine in the United States. Their staff has more than 80 years of combined medical experience.
Yeh Natural Medicine™ has developed a sterling reputation for its ability to treat autoimmune diseases, immune diseases, metabolic diseases and many others with proven results.
Through their many years of business, they have treated more than 500,000 patients, some traveling from distant locations in Europe, Asia, Latin America, and all over the United States and Canada to receive the excellent care they offer.
As the demand for natural medicine continues to expand at an ever increasing rate, the Yeh Center of Natural Medicine, as well as, its products and services, are sure to be a phenomenal success.
“As a board certified geriatric physician, I face a multitude of patients with chronic diseases daily. Often, I cannot impact my patient’s health. When my wife and teenage son developed a chronic illness, viral inflammation with Chronic Fatigue, I was
stumped and could not find answers from my colleagues to help them. After initiation of therapy by the Yeh Center,
my wife and son soon began to recover. I realized that Western medicine does not hold all the answers and that the combination of food, medicine, essentials oils, medicinal teas and herbs, and acupuncture are
needed to heal the body.
Sincerely, Steven E. Warren MD, Utah”
• Chronic Fatigue
• Crohn’s Disease
• High Cholesterol
• Hormonal Imbalance
• Rheumatoid Arthritis
• Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
• Ulcerative Colitis
• Infertility and many more!