The Five Eras for Integrative Health and Medicine The day of the publication of "Rise" I attended the biannual conference
I asked Pizzorno after the talk if the formula has been vetted. He responded that he'd had it reviewed by multiple scientists
Chronicle of Health Creation: Are Integrative Health and Medicine Part of the National Pain Strategy?
The medical industry's uptake of complementary and integrative health and medicine is wildly uneven. This is true even in pain treatment, an area that drew most people to integrative practices and practitioners.
As a woman over 50, you've been riding the hormonal roller coaster. I hope you fastened your seat belt, because three key hormonal issues -- sex hormone imbalances, stress, and thyroid problems -- can make the ride particularly bumpy.
Taking time off, scheduling a vacation or even a relaxing weekend seems indulgent (and even a bit selfish) when there are millions of things demanding your attention. Yet, your body isn't designed for the craziness of a 24/7 non-stop, highly-stressful life.
James Maskell, host of the Evolution of Medicine summit, took this thinking one step further, in our recent interview, postulating that the reason Western medicine is slow to incorporate more holistic models is that the medical structures needed for acute disease and chronic disease are "completely opposite."
Chronicles of Health Creation: The Naturopathic Profession's Impact on Integrative and Functional Medicine
I was called by a consultant to an institute associated with the American Association of Naturopathic Physicians to participate
Chronicles of Health Creation: Report Shares Successes/Challenges in M.D.-Led and N.D.-Led Integrative Patient-Centered Medical Homes
One remarkable early lesson appears to be that integrative care should not be dismissed -- as some do -- as a pastime of
Chronicles of Health Creation: RAND Report Begs New Look at Integrative Medicine and Health Professionals in the Triple Aim Era
Let's start anew. What are the optimal uses of licensed chiropractors, naturopathic doctors and practitioners of acupuncture and Oriental medicine not in making a buck, but in creating health?
The VA has the ability to assign NDs an existing employment code; Congress' letter is intended to encourage the VA to take this important next step.
Women have all different experiences of pregnancy. Some love it and feel the best they've ever felt, others not so much. Wherever they fall on the spectrum, my patients really benefit from the appropriate use of herbs to help them on the nine-month journey. Botanical medicine is a grounding, stabilizing force during pregnancy, much like the earth from which it comes.