Holistic & Integrative
My definition of holistic and integrative medicine includes the following:
- First, do no harm!
- It seeks to heal the whole person and aim for optimal health with the safest and most effective treatment methods.
- Correction of the underlying pathophysiological and energetic disturbances.
- Recognition that the human body has the ability to heal itself.
- Recognition that different types of treatment modalities can be used together or individually to optimize a person’s health status.
In my practice I use a combination of allopathic treatment methods, bio-identical hormone replacement therapy, nutritional therapy, and energy medicine (NeuroModulation Technique) to help my patients. For some patients I just use one treatment modality. For others, I may use several in combination, depending on their presenting complaints, the underlying diseases processes, and patients’ preferences.
I don’t just offer quick fixes or offer remedies that temporarily mask or suppress symptoms or have the potential for serious short-term or long-term adverse reactions. My goal is to help my patients get better in the least amount of time, with the most effective and safest treatment methods.