Norman Salyer at the American Institute of Alternative Medicine Acupuncture Clinic in Columbus, Ohio celebrating his 200th Acupuncture Treatment at AIAM

Celebrating Norman Salyer’s 200th Acupuncture Visit!

August 29th was a special day for the American Institute of Alternative Medicine and long time client, Norman Salyer. Norman celebrated his 200th Acupuncture visit! AIAM had the pleasure of sitting down with him and learning more of his experience and treatments in our acupuncture clinic.

How did you find out about the American Institute of Alternative Medicine?

I worked with an individual who was coming to AIAM and getting massages and acupuncture. They recommended that I try the AIAM clinic also.

What made you start coming to our Acupuncture Clinic?

I have essential tremors. The neurologist that I saw said they could help but the medicine they would prescribe would cause me to sleep a lot. I tried acupuncture and it took a while but we found a treatment. I have also used acupuncture for back problems after I did not find relief from other healthcare providers.

Why do you return?

I return because my wife recommends it. I feel that it’s helping me in many ways. I recommend it to everyone and have had multiple people come to AIAM. I wouldn’t recommend it if it wasn’t working.

What would you say to someone who wants to try acupuncture?

It’s the best thing that you can do. We’ve been given a body with the ability to heal itself and acupuncture gives the ability for it to do so.

Norman’s commitment to health and loyalty to AIAM’s clinic has been recognized and greatly appreciated over the years. We look forward to many more visits. Thank you, Norman!

Columbus Ohio Acupuncture Therapy Clinic

“We are happy that you utilized our support in your quest for perfect health. Our mission is to transform healthcare holistically. We do this in many ways through our educational and outreach programs but helping one patient at a time is often our most gratifying. I enjoyed hearing of your experiences. Thank you for being willing to share them. In gratitude, Diane”

– Diane Sater-Wee, CEO