Whole Health applies complementary and integrative health approaches to treatment plans for specific conditions. The intention is not to pressure clinicians to incorporate new modalities they may feel uncomfortable with, but rather to equip them with the latest research so they can have informed discussions with patients who are likely already experimenting with integrative health. This is especially important if patients are taking supplements that could react with their medications. Knowing the latest research on complementary and integrative health adds to your repertoire and could be a source of hope for patients and their families.
Click on each health related topic to access:
- Overviews containing the latest evidence supporting a Whole Health approach
- Whole Health tools you can use during point of care
- Case studies that include sample personal health inventories and personal health plans