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We have all been to conventional physicians for various health issues, but when was the last time you combined conventional medicine with alternative modalities? Maybe you could lower the dosage of a medication you are taking. Maybe you could incorporate exercise and a better meal plan to get on the road to a healthier lifestyle. Join The Integrated Physician to learn how integrative medicine could be an option for you!
What is an Integrative Medicine Practitioner? Nancy Guberti , MS,CHN Integrative Practitioner with over 14 Years Exprience & Pam Crane, CMA, Toxic Disease Health Advocate & Producer Focus on Health Radio
Discuss Their Years of Experience With Integrative Medicine & Why Integrative Medicine&Functional Medicine Testing Help Change Lives
How can integrative medicine be used in fertility treatment? What alternative treatments work to increase your chance of success with infertility? What complimentary medicine techniques can help when trying to conceive? Our guest today to talk about integrative medicine in infertility treatment and IVF is Dr. Carmelo Sgarlata, a Reproductive Endocrinologist and the director of Integrative Medicine at the Reproductive Science Center of the Bay Area.acupuncture and infertility, acupressure and infertility, Chinese Medicine and infertility, Homeopathy and infertility, Chinese herbs and infertility, mind/body and infertility, massage and infertility.
Blog summary of the show and highlights can be found here: Blog summary of the show Highlights More Creating a Family resources on alternative and integrative medicine in fertility can be found here.
Integrative medicine is healing-oriented medicine that takes account of the whole person (body, mind, and spirit), including all aspects of lifestyle. It emphasizes the therapeutic relationship and makes use of all appropriate therapies, both conventional and alternative. In other words, integrative medicine "cherry picks" the very best, scientifically validated therapies from both conventional and CAM systems. You don’t want to miss this show.
David Hobbs received his Master's degree in Oriental Medicine from the International Institute of Chinese Medicine in Santa Fe, New Mexico. In 1997, David earned the highest mark in the nation on the Chinese Herbology National Board Exam. Besides pain relief and management, David specializes in cancer treatment support, digestive issues, emotional conditions, such as anxiety and depression, and allergies and asthma. He has made extensive efforts to bridge the gap between conventional and complementary medicine within the greater Atlanta medical/health community which includes lecturing to support groups and medical professionals. In addition to acupuncture and Chinese herbs, David often addresses the topic of nutritional supplementation, making recommendations while emphasizing the need for monitoring possible interactions with medications. The need for the integration of Western and Oriental medicine is at the heart of David's philosophical approach to healing.
This week I interview Dr. Jason Kelberman of DrKelberman.com. Dr. Kelberman is the owner and founder of the Westside Wellness Center, a holistic center for education, nonsurgical treatment and prevention programs, in Los Angeles, Ca. Board certified in integrative medicine with an emphasis on the triad of health (Physical, Chemical and Mental). His clinic specializes in the drugless management of metabolic disorders like Diabetes and Peripheral Neuropathy. Their treatments are designed to eliminate acute or chronic pain as fast as possible. His team utilizes blood and urine analysis, lifestyle changes, nutritional therapies, chiropractic care, physical therapy modalities, acupuncture without needles and exercise rehabilitation.
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Integrative/functional medicine Benefits of seeing an integrative medical practitioner Natural Neuropathy Treatment Natural Diabetes Treatment Personalized Supplementation
What Is Integrative Medicine?
Experts explore new ways to treat the mind, body, and spirit -- all at the same time. Learn about Integrative Medicine in a way like never before. Dr. Feldman,MD and Dr. Davakos,ND will speak on behalf of integrative medicine from their experience and expertise with their everyday practices. Real experiences and life long solutions will be hosted in this episode. See you there!
This week, Dr. Kim and Dr. Jeannie will share more natural animal health news & events as well as the philosophy of animal naturopathy.
The topic this week is on integrative medicine - what is it? Is it something viable or another spin doctor term? Join us to find out.
Today's guest is Dr. Marie Steinmetz (MD, DABFP) Marie Steinmetz, MD is an board certified in Family Medicine, Integrative Medicine and Medical Acupuncture. Dr. Steinmetz transformed the way she practiced medicine and uses a combination of conventional and holistic approaches to healing and wellness. Her goal is to treat the cause of illness not just treat its symptoms. She is currently a fellow in Dr. Andrew Weil’s Integrative Medicine Fellowship at the Univ
Dr. Yang has authored numerous peer-reviewed articles in his fields of expertise, and he has been a speaker at several national and international conferences and academic forums. In 2008, after two years of intensive training in areas including botanical medicine, mind-body physiology, nutrition, and holistic clinical care, Dr. Yang completed a prestigious Integrative Medicine Fellowship at the University of Arizona launched in 2000 by internationally recognized integrative medicine pioneer Dr. Andrew Weil. Dr. Yang has been a certified N.E.T. practitioner since early 2011.
Dr. Yang is the founder and medical director of Tao Integrative Medicine. In addition, he is the Director of Oriental Medicine and Acupuncture Program at the Jefferson Mryna Brind Center of Integrative Medicine and Assistant Professor of psychiatry and human behavior at the Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals. Dr. Yang is currently on the faculty of Integrative Medicine Department of University of Arizona. Dr. Yang is a board member of the International Organization of Integrative Mental Health, and a member of American Medical Association.
"Patients want to be considered whole human beings in the context of their world," Dr. Weizer explains. Both doctors and patients alike are bonding with the philosophy of integrative medicine and its whole-person approach - between the patient and doctor, where the goal is to treat the mind, body, and spirit, all at the same time. Join Dr. Weizer for this incredbly interesting discussion.
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