Yufang Lin, MD, FACP, FAAP is an integrative medicine physician who believes in the intrinsic healing power of the human body. She feels in order to treat disease, we need to look at root causes and driving factors. Dr. Lin then uses an integrative approach of nutritional guidance, stress management, herbal support, supplements, exercise and other mind and body modalities.
Dr. Yufang Lin joined Cleveland Clinic in August of 2017 and provides Integrative Medicine consults for patients of all ages with the goal of partnering with patients to create a personalized treatment plan that empowers them to achieve the health and wellness that we all deserve.
Dr. Lin is board certified in Internal Medicine, Pediatrics and Integrative Medicine as well as certified by the Institute for Functional Medicine, the American Board of Integrative Holistic Medicine and the American Board of Integrated Medicine. She has additional training in Herbal Medicine, Qigong Healing, Reiki, and has ongoing training in Homeopathy.
Recent news articles featuring Dr. Lin
- 04/09/2020: Dr. Yufang Lin talks about Reiki. Read the story - The Atlantic
- 03/30/2020: Several key healthy lifestyle habits can help keep your immune system working to stave off illness and infection. Dr. Yufang Lin explains. Read the story - Everyday Health
03/27/2020: Curcumin has been shown to provide many health benefits. Dr. Yufang Lin comments. Read the story - Mind Body Green
03/20/2020: It’s not known if taking vitamins or supplements will help your immune system fight off coronavirus, but experts say some supplements may affect symptom severity when it comes to other viral infections. Dr. Yufang Lin comments. Read the story - Everyday Health
03/20/2020: Doctors explain how your immune system protects you against viruses and other threats. Dr. Yufang Lin comments. Read the story - Everyday Health
03/03/2020: Is turmeric good for you? Dr. Yufang Lin weighs in. Read the story - WeightWatchers.com
02/19/2020: Experts discuss weird things that stress can do to your body. Dr. Yufang Lin comments. Read the story - Elemental
02/03/2020: New research suggests a diet with more fruits and vegetables and less meat could reduce the presence of harmful bacteria that cause urinary tract infections. Dr. Yufang Lin comments on the findings. Read the story - Everyday Health
12/24/2019: Experts talk about essential oils that may help relieve anxiety and stress. Dr. Yufang Lin comments. Read the story - Women's Health
12/09/2019: Dr. Yufang Lin discusses the best supplements for boosting immunity. Read the story - New Hope
Irina Todorov, MD, ABFM, ABOIM, is a Family Medicine physician who believes that we all should strive to achieve optimal physical, social, and mental well-being. She looks for underlying causes of disease and addresses them with nutrition optimization, exercise therapies, herbs and supplements. In addition, she will work with you to address stress, sleep and motivation to change.
Dr. Todorov believes that heart disease, cancer and stroke, the most common causes of death in the U.S., are directly linked to lifestyle factors and are preventable with modifications in diet, exercise and stress management. She consults with patients of all ages with a wide variety of medical conditions who have found her approach effective in addressing chronic disease like insomnia, mood disorders, headaches, irritable bowel syndrome, diabetes, pain and fatigue.
Dr. Todorov is board certified in both Family Medicine and Integrative Medicine and practiced for 7 years in Europe prior to moving to the USA. She has additional training in Herbal Medicine, manual therapies, mind/body techniques, and aromatherapy which are used to create a unique plan for each individual patient that is in alignment with the patient’s beliefs and preferences.
She enjoys teaching, dancing, and creating new, healthy Mediterranean recipes.
- Learn more about this provider
- You can find Dr. Todorov as a contributor on Cleveland Clinic Health Essentials.
Read about several patients that have benefited from working with Dr. Todorov and Integrative Medicine:
- Teacher Learns Valuable Lessons About Weight Loss
- Unique Weight Management Program Helps Patient End Yo-Yo Dieting
Recent news articles featuring Dr. Todorov
- 06/24/2020: Is it safe to receive hands-on therapy during the coronavirus pandemic? Dr. Irina Todorov weighs in. Read the story - Elemental
- 10/21/2019: Dr. Irina Todorov comments on the health benefits of using elderberry syrup as an immune booster. Read the story - Fatherly
04/29/2019: Recent research has challenged several promising roles of vitamin D. Dr. Irina Todorov comments. Read the story - WebMD
04/19/2019: There are a number of essential oils that can help ease cold symptoms. Dr. Irina Todorov comments. Read the story - WELL+GOOD
04/10/2019: Dr. Irina Todorov shares about several essential oils that can help combat aches and pains you may experience from inflammation. Read the story - WELL+GOOD
Dr. Umeda is an Integrative Medicine specialist with an interest in cancer, Oriental Medicine and root cause assessment. He is originally from Japan, where the average life expectancy is the longest in the world. He has more than six years of experience providing Integrative Medicine for cancer patients (Integrative Oncology). After receiving his medical degree from a national medical school in Tokyo, Japan, Dr. Umeda trained as an Internal Medicine resident and Gastroenterology fellow in Tokyo. He then completed an advanced fellowship of Hepatology (liver disease) and a fellowship of Gastroenterology Oncology at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. In October of 2019, he successfully completed a fellowship in Integrative Health & Medicine from The Academy of Integrative Health & Medicine (AIHM).
Based on his experience of treating patients in "clinically tough situations" such as liver transplant recipients and cancer patients in advanced stage, Dr. Umeda became more interested in "whole person" and "Body - Mind - Spirit" care. He worked as an Integrative Medicine staff physician, and he combined Western Medicine with Eastern/Traditional Medicine such as Chinese herbal therapy and Ayurveda. He realized this blend would produce a beautiful and great "synergy effect" to relieve both physical and spiritual pain, and to improve quality of life of cancer patients.
Dr. Umeda is board-certified in Internal Medicine, Gastroenterology and Hepatology, and Integrative Medicine in Japan. His strong points include his wide experience of Integrative Oncology for all types of cancer; his knowledge of Japanese healthy food culture, such as fermented foods, tofu, or green tea; and his understanding of both the advantage and disadvantage of Western and Eastern Medicine. His aim is to maximize patients’ “self-healing power” and “self-adjustment function”, and he respects each individual’s belief and uniqueness. Dr. Umeda will tailor the personalized treatment plan not only for cancer patients but also for chronic disease patients including fatigue syndrome, migraine, gastrointestinal disorders, allergy disorders, and mood disorders.
Dr. Umeda provides one-hour Integrative Medicine consultations to create personalized treatment plans for patients at the Cleveland Clinic Lyndhurst Campus.
Recent news articles featuring Dr. Umeda
06/01/2016: Dr. Naoki Umeda comments on the use of herbal treatments to support traditional cancer treatments. Read the story - STAT