UC Health Integrative Medicine services combine traditional medicine with evidence-based complementary therapies that focus on healthy lifestyle addressing stress, nutrition, movement, sleep and environment to reduce suffering and promote overall wellness.
Our philosophy is a whole health approach that empowers and equips individuals to take charge of their health and well-being, and live their life to the fullest.
The UC Health Difference
UC Health is an academic health system, which means its Integrative Medicine approach incorporates physicians and a medical care team. It also means some services are covered by medical insurance plans.
Why Choose Integrative Medicine?
Many people seek options to reduce their suffering or look to prevent illness down the road. Some of the health conditions we specialize in treating are:
- Chronic and acute pain which may include:
- Sleep health
- Cancer treatment related side effects
- Digestive concerns (GERD/IBS/Food Intolerance)
- Weight and metabolic Issues
- Anti-inflammatory/ autoimmune conditions
- Cardiovascular health
- Women’s health (hormone issues/thyroid/menopause)
- Environmental sensitivities (allergies/sinus issues)
Treatments and Therapies for Optimal Wellness
The goal of UC Health Integrative Medicine is to engage mind, body and spirit to help the whole person achieve overall wellness. With our evidence-based complementary therapies, such as mindfulness-based approaches, acupuncture, massage therapy, and nutrition, partnered with conventional treatments, we focus on optimizing health function to preempt disease and prevent relapse. Personalized care plans for self-care and wellness are uniquely designed for the individual patient by our dedicated team of physicians and providers to meet patient’s individual goals.
Our clinicians are faculty, educators and researchers at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine and are part of the Center for Integrative Health and Wellness.
- Apr 07, 2017
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- Jul 20, 2016
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- Feb 03, 2015
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