Meet Lee and Adam Tritt...
Lee Tritt, OMD, AP and Adam Byrn Tritt, M.Ed, CHt, LMT
We are dedicated to not just health, not management of disease and not the curing of symptoms, but overall wellness, physical and mental, of each patient. We are a truly integrated medicine along with dedication to the wellbeing
of their patients and their families.
Once a patient, always a patient.
Our office is calm and peaceful without the medical feel
many come to expect from a doctor’s office.
You will never see an officious, dower bureaucratic receptionist either:
at the front desk will be Adam, Lee or one of a member of the staff, smiling
and happy you are there with them.
You will also not find we are a cure of the month club. We practice Traditional Chinese Medicine and
Bodywork based in five thousand years of theory and practice.
We have a well-stocked formulary in our office for any
herbal preparations you may need.
We are happy to help. Please come to us before you get cut
open, have that operation, lose that organ or take that drug with a list of
side effects two pages long.
Feel free to call for a consult. We never ask a fee to sit
for a bit and look at your health concern to see if we can help. Consults are free of charge.
Let us be your first
stop, not your last hope.
FROM OUR WEBSITE: www.trittwellness.com
What can Acupuncture do for me?
Dr. Tritt, OMD,
in Palm Bay and Melbourne, Florida says, “Acupuncture has been used for
centuries in China to treat a host of problems, such as joint pain, sprains,
and strains, stress, skin problems, infertility, sexual dysfunction, PMS,
menopause, and most gynecological complaints.
It is no longer alternative medicine in the US, but is integrated into medical
care as a whole. Both the World Heath Organization and our own national Institute of Health tell us the sheer weight of
evidence demands that acupuncture be taken seriously as a clinical procedure of
The US National Institute of Health and UN World Health
organization both say acupuncture is not only an effective first choice for
most health concerns but, in the long run, saves money by preventing disease
and restoring health and wellness, according to Dr. Lee
Tritt, OMD, Acupuncture Physician in
Melbourne and Palm Bay,
Florida in Brevard County.
The National Institute of Health said, in 1997, there is
sufficient evidence to include Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in common
medical practice alongside other tools employed in our system of healthcare.
Fighting stress, trauma and pollutants
Dr. Lee Tritt, Acupuncture Physician often finds stress at
the root of many ailments. Stress and offers free stress and adrenal testing as
well as Pulse Diagnosis as a community service to catch heart disease, high
blood pressure and kidney problems before symptoms appear. Along with physical trauma and pollutants,
stress is responsible for many, if not most, of our modern health problems. And
constant minor stresses are enough to run down our health. Dr. Tritt, OMD, practices Oriental Medicine in Palm Bay and Melbourne
Dr. Lee Tritt, OMD, specializes in pain management in Palm Bay and Melbourne
Florida. Acupuncture plays an
important role in the elimination of pain, and gives a valuable choice for the
treatment of all pain conditions. The National Institutes of Health conducted a review of the scientific evidence
for acupuncture. And found clear evidence in support of acupuncture for chronic
conditions that benefit from the control of pain and inflammation, enhanced
circulation, endocrine and immune function and the reduction of stress.
Children and Oriental medicine
Doc Lee, OMD and
Acupuncture Physician in Palm Bay and Melbourne, Florida
agrees. “We’re perfectly happy to tell a parent when something is in our scope,
out of our scope, or if best done in cooperation with an MD when a concern
requires it. But many parents would be surprised just how effective Oriental
Medicine is and for just how many things. Many don’t even realize we are full
primary care physicians with exhaustive medical training, internship and
clinical practice. For many families, Oriental Medicine is no longer
“Alternative” or “Complimentary” but their method of choice for primary
Dr. Lee Tritt of The Tritt Wellness
Center in Palm Bay,
Brevard County, Florida. If you've been struggling with a
stubborn weight problem, you are certainly not alone. Acupuncture for weight
loss became popular in the US
in 2003 when CNN reported on successful acupuncture weight loss clinics in China. This is
why more and more people are turning to acupuncture and Oriental medicine for
weight loss. We identify the root cause
of the problem so losing weight is not a struggle. And since we use no drugs,
there are no side effects.
Face Lifts and Tummy Tucks
Dr. Lee Tritt, OMD, specializes in anti-aging and cosmetic
acupuncture in Melbourne and Palm Bay, Florida
at The Tritt Wellness Center. For
many people who would like to improve their appearance but who don’t want to
undergo surgery, acupuncture can provide a pain-free, less invasive alternative
to surgery that can simultaneously reduce the signs of aging, curb your
appetite, and improve muscle tone, digestion, and overall your health. In fact,
a traditional acupuncture physician may just be the best friend that we could
have in our quest to become fit and firm.
Frequently Asked Questions.
Dr. Lee Tritt OMD, of The Tritt
Wellness Center, serving Palm Bay, Melbourne and all of
Brevard County Florida answers your most asked questions about Oriental
Medicine and Acupuncture. Does it
Hurt? What is it effective for? How does it work? Is it safe? How long is a
Her patients rave about her. Lee
Tritt is one of the most popular
Acupuncturists in Brevard
County. Not only is she
an acupuncture physician, but an OMD as well. In her clinic, The Lee Tritt
Wellness Center, in Palm Bay (near Melbourne), Doc Lee
oversees treatment for everything from Pain Management, trauma and the effects
of chronic diseases like cancers to common colds and allergies. Her clinic, and
her staff, offer acupuncture, massage, homeopathy, herbs and laser therapy. Doc
Lee is also one of the few in Florida to be licensed
in Injection Therapy.
Lee Tritt, OMD, AP, Dip. Ac (NCCAOM)
Dr. Tritt received her OMD in Oriental Medicine from the Atlantic Institute of Oriental Medicine and studied under Dr. Johanna Yen, one of this country's most eminent practitioners of Oriental Medicine. Licensed as an Acupuncture Physician through the state of Florida and certified through the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, Dr. Tritt has years of clinical expertise in general practice. She also has many years of experience dealing with neurological issues from Multiple Sclerosis and neuropathy to strokes and epilepsy.
She is certified in Injections Therapies and Laser Therapies; has advanced skills in the treatment of pain management, weight control, stress management and gynecological problems; and has training in acupuncture aesthetic treatments, auricular therapy and laser therapy.
Adam Byrn Tritt, M.Ed., C.Ht. LMT (MA54881)
Adam's massage and bodywork practice is unique: he melds myofascial, muscular, and kinesthetic therapies with advanced relaxation techniques into a seamless methodology. This allows him to adapt his therapeutic approach to the individual’s needs in a way that few others can. With experience in education, cognitive psychology, and neuroscience, as well as study in philosophy, eastern traditions and transpersonal psychology, Adam is able to address the apparent (but illusory) separation between body and mind, leaving the client with a sense of connection and well-being that is both physical and emotional. His work is healing on the most profound levels.
“Leaving the office relaxed is great but not good enough. Leaving the office free of pain is wonderful, but also not good enough. That relaxation and well-being must carry through into the rest of the client’s life if we have done our work well. The goal of massage is not just a reduction in pain but a greater, freer and overall more connected life.”
Adam is a nationally certified Hypnotherapist and certified teacher specializing in learning strategies and stress management. An author and teacher with over two decades of experience in academic and field practice, Adam has degrees in Education, English and Psychology and years of experience working with groups and individuals at retreats, in the workplace, and in educational settings, with programs designed to teach them how to reduce stress and pain, work more effectively, and improve life skills such as decision making, prioritizing, and conflict resolution.