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Fact-Based Health Care
The findings of medical research support integrative health practices. This is referred to as "evidence-based medicine." Furthermore, integrated health care is founded on the following integrative medicine defining principles:
You and your practitioners are collaborators in your healing.
Your care team considers all aspects that may influence your health and wellness, such as your mind, body, spirit, and community.
When conventional and non-mainstream approaches are utilized in tandem to boost the healing response, your body recovers best.
Holistic approach promotes the use of natural, less intrusive treatments.
Holistic health practitioners do not dismiss traditional medicine or adopt alternative therapies without thoroughly reviewing the evidence for their usage.
Your care team recognizes that, in identifying and treating your discomfort or sickness, improving health and avoiding disease are pivotal aims.
Holistic health practitioners adhere to its ideas and are constantly exploring and developing themselves.
Frequently asked questions.
Your First Visit
How do reserve my experience?
What time should I arrive?
I need to cancel and reschedule what should I do?
I am a minor, what do I need to know?
What are the acceptable forms of payments?
Acceptable payments are Cash, (all) Major Credit Cards, and our Gift Cards. Gift Cards may be used for services only and not a product purchase. Gift Card must be present to redeem its value. Gift Cards may be purchased online. Gift Card may not be redeemed for cash. Institute of Integrative Health Specialists and Holistic Wellness Center is not responsible for any lost, stolen, damaged, or unauthorized use of card. Series of services are not refundable.
Do I need to pay Gratuities?
What is the returns policy?
Tell me more about our services
How long does an average treatment session take?
For a new patient, it generally takes 60-90 minutes to finish. For follow up treatments of an established patient, it generally takes 45-60 minutes to finish. For our ‘Mental Health Clinic’, the session is about 30 minutes. Treatment time may vary depending on the situation and condition of the patient, but a longer treatment session does not exactly mean a better outcome.
Do we accept walk-in appointments?
Your appointment must be scheduled online or by phone in advance.
What should I bring/prepare for my treatment?
Please wear loose clothing so that sleeves can be rolled up above the elbows and pant legs can be pulled up above the knees during your treatment.
When will the store open?
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Integrative Traditional Medicine
Anything I should avoid before my treatment?
Avoid alcohol, coffee, or any kind of stimulant before your treatment. Anything that alters the inner environment of the body alters the diagnosis, and hence alters the treatment. If you’ve taken such stimulants before your treatment, please notify your practitioner during your evaluation to avoid potential misinterpretation of your physical condition.
Avoid arriving at your treatment on an empty stomach. Acupuncture treatment tends to move the body Qi. Receiving acupuncture on a low sugar level may lead to lightheadedness, dizziness or even fainting. A full meal is not necessary, just a snack can give enough energy to the body.
Please turn off your cell phone during your treatment. In order to provide the best care possible, we ask that cell phones be turned off to avoid interruptions.
How many treatments will I need?
How does acupuncture work?
Acupuncture is a method that uses stainless steel filiform needles that are inserted into certain points on the body to stimulate Qi (energy) and blood promoting micro-circulation. The overall well-being of a body depends on the quality of Qi and blood. The flow of Qi through pathways in the human body are called meridians. Through these meridians, acupuncture has physiological effects on the body. To Read more about acupuncture