Center for Holistic Medicine is open for in-person visits.
Our office is now open and we are following all safety precautions based on the CDC's Covid-19 recommendations. All patients MUST wear a mask when entering the building, and all patients will have their temperature taken upon entering. When you arrive, please wait in your car and call the front desk. Your practitioner will come out and get you.
Choosing integrative care for yourself can be a puzzle.
You know that your health does feel right; you know you don't want to mask what can be mysterious symptoms. You know that you want one place that can help you solve the puzzle.
Within our state of the art integrative medicine facility, The Center for Holistic Medicine providers work collaboratively, bringing all the elements of healing the root cause of illness and relieving symptoms through behavior, nutrition, lifestyle and medical intervention.
Under one roof, we have 12 providers from Functional Medicine to Internal Medicine and General Practice, as well as behavior therapists, pain management specialists, and alternative providers, all of whom work in harmony for patients. We have onsite lab testing for microbiome and general lab tests, a fully stocked apothecary (and online)
For example, if you have pain, you may also feel anxiety. Pain is an inflammatory condition that can be helped with an anti-inflammatory diet, and the right exercise or stretching. You may require medication or alternative modalities. A treatment plan can address part or all of these.
Integrative Services need not be expensive. Whenever possible, our providers are in-network for insurance plans. We offer Shared Medical Visits, modeled after the Cleveland Clinic programs, to allow for a multidisciplinary treatment plan in a group setting. We are the only Integrative center in the tri-state area to do this.
Big systems offer short appointments and long waits. Our appointments are 30-60 minutes, and we do all we can to be on time.
Get help with your health and wellness — make an appointment today.