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What is Integrative Health Care?

Integrative medicine is healing-oriented medicine that takes account of the whole person (body, mind, and spirit). It emphasizes the therapeutic relationship and makes use of both conventional and alternative ways of healing, using both allopathic western medicine and natural, alternative medicine. The main principles of Integrative Medicine include:
  •  An active, committed partnership between patient and practitioner in the healing process
  • Appropriate use of conventional and alternative methods to facilitate the body’s own healing response
  • Consideration of the myriad factors that influence health, wellness and disease including mind, spirit and community
  • A philosophy that neither rejects conventional medicine nor accepts alternative therapies without clear evidence
  • Recognition that good medicine is based in good science, is inquiry driven, and is open to new paradigms
  • Use of natural, effective, less-invasive interventions whenever possible
  • Use of the broader concepts of promotion of health to emphasize the prevention of illness, as well as the treatment of disease.
  • Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy for Males and Females
  • Nutritional and Lifestyle Counseling, Adrenal Fatigue Therapy
  • Individualized Thyroid Disease Treatment with Bio-identical Hormones
  • Hashimoto's Thyroiditis Therapy; Autoimmune Conditions
  • Nutritional Supplements; Treatment of "Leaky Gut" (Intestinal Dysbiosis)
  • Treatment Intestinal Parasites, Yeast, Bacterial Overgrowth
  • Prolozone Therapy, Ozone Medical Therapy
  • Lyme Disease (Diagnosis and Treatment, traditional and non-traditional)
  • Non-drug Chronic Pain Management
  • Alternative Cancer Therapy; IPT/Fractionated Chemotherapy
  • Holistic Medical Therapy, Natural Health Care
Alternative Primary Care

Annual Physicals

Sports and Camp Physicals

Full Laboratory Testing

Preventive Health Care
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