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Integrative Health Blog
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A primary care provider is a family physician, internist, or nurse practitioner who coordinates all of the health care a patient receives. The holistic primary care model offers not only traditional primary care but also incorporates the best of complementary and alternative healing therapies from around the world to help you achieve optimum wellness, not just freedom from disease.
Our holistic primary care providers will be your partner and guide in helping you achieve your health goals.
Top 5 Reasons for Integrative Medicine
1. We treat the whole person
The mind, body and spirit all contribute to your health status and wellness. An integrative MD or Nurse Practitioner will develop a treatment plan that addresses your medical needs as well as your emotional and nutritional well-being. Stress management, diet, and lifestyle factors all play a role in your overall health.
2. Integrative medicine and Functional Medicine treat the cause of imbalance, not just the symptoms
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Lisa Wilson CHC
I AM HONORED TO BE AMONG SOME OF THE TOP HOLISTIC CANCER RESEARCHERS AND PHYSICIANS BEING INTERVIEWED IN THE CURE TO CANCER SUMMIT.
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Barbara Solomon M.D. will be retiring at the end of July after a remarkable career in environmental medicine.
Laurie DeRosa RDH
Wrist braces, physical therapy, rest, ergonomic work stations.
You may have tried them all with little to no success for relief from carpal tunnel syndrome. The reason why it is not working is because most people, and even health practitioners, don’t understand where carpal tunnel comes from. All people know is that their wrist hurts or their hands are going numb and they want it fixed because it greatly affects their lives.
Why is it called Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?
I’m going to let you in on a secret. In a majority of cases It comes from your shoulders and neck!