“When you set an appointment and engage a Tibetan trained physician for healing
you will have also begun a journey of insight, of clearing away obstacles
and securing a path towards ultimate enlightenment.” ~ Ven. Tenzin Dorje
CLINIC APPOINTMENT INTRODUCTION
Upon requesting an appointment for consultation we ask that you please send a brief medical history and include your age, weight, height and diet history. Please make a list of foods and liquids consumed and the approximate time you consumed those foods during the day; for a two week period. List medications and supplements taken, stool consistency and regularity, sleep patterns, blood pressure and any information you feel important to include.
If you cannot make a physical appointment to the clinic, a consultation by phone and by email works very well, we request 5 photos, four of your tongue – one top rear, one top front, one of each side of the tongue and one full body photo. A clinic form will be sent to you and after reviewing the above information and consultation, a healing protocol will be designed, and prepared by the physician and sent to you.
You can to request an appointment for the consultation. Or call 1-360-376-8272.
The initial consultation at the Tanaduk clinic is on a sliding scale from $85 to $175 depending on what is needed. The consultation charge also includes the time the physician uses to design and build your healing protocol which can take another two to four hours. The full range of Tibetan pill medicines and the the Precious Tibetan Jewel Pill medicines are available through the Tanaduk clinic of Tibetan medicine.
How to prepare yourself for a visit or consultation
with a Physician at a Tibetan Medical Clinic
Because Western patients most often have a history of unsuccessful allopathic treatment, years of suffering and disappointing experiences with Western modes of treatment, they turn to alternate healing systems. Not knowing the holistic approach of Tibetan medical treatment, many patients expect a miraculous cure; exchanging their allopathic tablets with Tibetan herbal pills without making any diet or lifestyle modifications.
Tibetan medical treatment requires the patient to participate, to take responsibility for their life force and make the necessary diet and behavior modifications needed. Not wanting to take such responsibilities for one’s health may lead to further disappointment and misinterpretation of the Tibetan medical culture.
More and more patients from different cultures world wide are seeking appointments with Tibetan trained physicians. and generally do not know the basic principles of holistic medicine and specially Tibetan medicine at the time of their appointment. Because consultations usually last 30 to 50 minutes, precious time should not be wasted with questions such as “What is WIND, BILE and PHLEGM?” That information and more will be provided to the patient if they do not have it already.
More information will be provided upon
Dr. Thubten Lekshe ~ Physician of Tibetan medicine
Amchi (Dr.) Thubten Lekshe was born in the United States in 1953 as Bradley Dobos and in 1968 began botanical study and training in many systems all at once. The list is long and too many to include here, however his early favorites to study with included Western herbalism with Dr. John Christopher and the Latvian gypsy herbalist Dr. Ella Birzneck and the extremely talented Botonist and passionate Marine Biologist Dr. Ryan Drum. Bradley Dobos also studied at the Edward Bach Institute, the Rudolph Steiner Institute and did an intensive study of the botany of the Himalayas at the University of British Columbia.
In 1973 he began his training in the Himalayas in the theoretical and practical aspects of the ancient Tibetan medical system under the tutelage of many kind Amchi’s and Tibetan medical Lama’s including the great renown Masters of Tibetan Medicine, Dr. Amala Lobsang Dolma, Dr. Yeshe Donden, Dr. Tenzing Choedrak. At that time he also began studies in Sutra and Tantra with many great Tibetan teachers and that history is at the bottom of the page at http://tanaduk.com/medicine.html. Throughout the many years of his medical practice beginning in 1978 he has continued to receive clinical, botanical and spiritual training with wonderful teachers of Tibetan Sutra, Tantra and medicine.
Topics he covers in consultation are on the symptoms and diagnosis, rejuvenation, dietary and behavioral factors, medical treatment options, accessory therapies, on the healthy and dis-eased body, the use of gem stones, precious metals, minerals, herbs and plants in the Tibetan system and a wide range of other topics as required. He is also able to give effective consultations and treatments when contacted by letter, phone or email.
Understanding the Art and Science of Tibetan Medicine
To broaden your understanding of the Tibetan medical model and this ancient holistic art and science of healing go to http://tanaduk.com/medicine.html
Start Your Healing Now
Send an email to to request more information about scheduling and beginning your healing protocol.
Removing the obstacles to healing is a good first approach and obstacles can be recognized as psychological, physical or both, but whatever the obstacle, it can be recognized and removed. Where the issues are psychological, it may be necessary to revise subconscious scripts. On the physical side, often diet and lifestyle regimes need to be revised, healing internal organ energy issues and the balance within the three humours may need to be addressed. In nearly every instance, once the obstacle is addressed, healing proceeds swiftly and failure to eliminate the obstacle diminishes the effectiveness of whatever treatment is used. The Tanaduk clinic provides individual and affective healing protocols that can be easily understood.
A tip on how to prolong life from Amchi Thubten Lekshe
“There is a really good method to prolong life and that is by saving life, by saving the life of many beings in danger you are working to remove obstacles that may hinder your long life. For example, by buying and the letting free or finding homes for animals that are going to be killed or are suffering. In India people go to fishermen, buy many fish and let them free. Saving the life of living beings is the best method to prolong ones own life. This behavior is followed both by Buddhists and by Hindus. There are also several Tibetan pills that are helpful like the Nagpo Gutup Pill, which is made of 9 substances and contains many blessings and from the point of view of Tibetan Medicine “it has the potency of prolonging life, protects against illness and makes us more happy.”
May All Beings Be Happy ~ May All Beings Be Free