Frank Butler has been involved in Chinese medicine since 1990, and Chinese Taoist meditation since 1978. Frank not only received a master's degree in TCM, he also completed a seven year apprenticeship with a traditional Chinese "bone-setter." Constantly trying to improve his skills, he has studied with some of the most famous TCM masters of the 20th century, both in the U.S. and China.
Frank has taught both Chinese medicine, and martial arts, all over the world. He has been practicing martial arts for 28 years, and has dedicated the last 17 years to improving his Chinese medicine skills through practicing and teaching the "internal arts" of Xing Yi Chuan and Ba Gua Zhang.
Frank's unique apprenticeship training, coupled with his strong history of martial arts, has given him an in depth understanding of trauma medicine. Frank has a practice in New York City, where he specializes in injury and musculoskeletal pathology. He has many clients, including professional athletes, many of whom who travel across the country to receive his care. He has treated players of the LA Rams, NY Yankees, NY Mets, as well as many Olympic athletes.
His reputation and skill have earned him features in several publications and television shows; Cosmopolitan, Vogue, NPR, Extra and Fox News to name a few. He was also featured in a documentary titled "Journey to the West: Chinese Medicine Today."
After many years of success in Chinese medicine Frank took the last year off to travel around the world and do aid work, delivering Chinese medicine to those in need. From the mountains of Bali and the Himalayas, through Thailand, and Africa, helping anyone in need, and spreading the wonder and beauty of this incredible healing system.