Our Integrative Primary Care Family Practice Model offers not only conventional primary care but also incorporates the best of complementary therapies from around the world to help you achieve optimum wellness, not just freedom from disease. All services are provided under the guidance of your physician. Our providers will be your partner and guide in helping you achieve your health goals. Our staff utilizes a healing oriented medicine approach treating body, mind and spirit synergistically and not as separate and independent entities. Our staff emphasizes on therapeutic relationships and makes use of all appropriate therapies conventional and complementary/alternative as needed. Our approach is built on a firm base of innovative, rigorously evaluated research; education that promotes wellness of the patient and the healthcare provider; and superior clinical care that embraces patient-centeredness and partnership with the provider.
What is Integrated Medicine?
Integrated Medicine couples the latest scientific advances with the most profound insights of ancient healing systems, giving you the best ways to preserve health, increase longevity and speed recovery from illness.
Integrated Medicine is a revolutionary approach to healing people — not just treating diseases — using the unique tool called person-centered diagnosis.
Integrated Medicine recognizes that the outcome of all health care is strongly dependent upon four powerful influences in the lives of each person. These four pillars of healing are:
Integrated Medicine allows you to find optimal health by understanding your individual needs for achieving balance and harmony.
In the last two decades, as a wide array of practices have gained greater acceptance as potential forms of treatment and healing, the terms used to describe them have evolved as well. Complementary and alternative medicine, or CAM, was once the common name for therapies once considered “alternative” or “unorthodox.” Today, as physicians integrate more of these treatments into their medical practices, the term CAM has given way to integrative medicine.
Integrative medicine describes the integration of natural or holistic practices into the health-care paradigm to complement conventional Western medicine and promote wellness. Western medicine can accomplish incredible feats of healing, but as advanced as it is, it still doesn’t have cures for everything. Relying solely on conventional Western medicine, people often wait until they have serious health problems before seeking care—but integrative medicine includes many practices that are particularly good for preventing certain conditions and ameliorating the effects of others, making it a valuable adjunct to conventional care.
The Defining Principles of Integrative Medicine