Tzafrir Nachmani is a Chinese medicine practitioner at the Izun Institute for Addiction and Mental Illness in Israel. This unique institute successfully integrates multiple therapeutic modalities, with the purpose of treating severe mental conditions (such as psychosis, bi-polar disorder, PTSD etc.) and various addictions.
During his years of practicing Chinese medicine Tzafrir has treated patients and conditions that are rarely seen in an ordinary clinic and has developed a novel way of understanding and approaching these conditions.
Tzafrir's article entitled “Acupuncture Treatment of Substance Induced Psychosis, Addiction and Pain” was published by Beijing University of Chinese Medicine. Tzafrir Nachmani graduated from East & West College for Classical Chinese Medicine in Tel Aviv, Israel. He is trained in 5-element acupuncture, herbal medicine, stems and branches, and trauma-oriented focusing.