My name is Avi Shaman Oded. I am a naturopath and clinical herbalist. Naturopathy and herbs rely mainly on ancient traditional medicine and innovative studies. In the treatment I combine Chinese, Indian and Western herbal medicine. My philosophy is the initial healing ability of nature and the ability of the body to heal in a natural way.
In 2017, Ms. JULIA KORSUN and I (pr maneger) decided to go deeper and find natural solutions to common health problems. Its role was to analyze the results based on market research and make decisions regarding the improvement of the herbal formula, in addition, building a marketing, advertising and providing more effective solutions to patients.
From childhood I was fascinated by the healing properties of herbs and methods of traditional medicine. I learned recipes and formulas from sources where Western medicine is less well known. And in 2008 I deepened my knowledge during my 5 years of study at the College of Alternative Medicine, where I studied medicine in all its components. As of today I have gained experience as an herbalist with scientific aspects of plant influences on the body. And conducts research in the field of herbs, which have led to the compilation of unique therapeutic formulas for solving problems in a natural way.
The name Shaman represents the tribal healer and is so named in several cultures. I have combined their experience and recent research on complex treatment methods that allow the body to return to balance and health and in a natural way.
By a carefully selected balanced diet, herbs, optimal exercise and mental support. This is the formula for successful clinic care. This path has led patients to amazing results and without medication.
For me, every patient is a friend. At Shaman, the schedule is very flexible, with maximum availability. If you want to recover and improve your health. I will be happy to accompany you to success and health.
Tuina therapist and medical massage
Member of the “Association of Naturopaths and Herbalists in Israel”
Member of the Tuina Association