The Center for Holistic Medicine provides a network of medical doctors and licensed professionals integrating holistic, traditional, complementary, alternative, allopathic and functional medicine all under one roof. Many alternative or natural therapies have a holistic approach, although that is not always the case. We learn all about your physical, mental and spiritual health. CAM is attractive to many people because of its emphasis on treating the whole person, its promotion of good health and well-being, its valuing of prevention, and its often more personalized approach to patient concerns.
We understand the science behind integrative treatments and how to use them within existing care plans. Dr. Richard Bisceglie, DN, CNS Doctor of Naprapathic Medicine, Nutritional Therapist (more…) Dr. Bisceglie is a connective tissue specialist. Website created by Tim Farley listing cases of people harmed by various alternative treatments.
Complementary Medicine is a term used when therapies are being used in conjunction with conventional or Western medical treatments. Good listening and communication skills during the consultation are essential qualities for a doctor using an holistic approach.
Available at Gundersen Integrative Medicine Center and the Gundersen Center for Women. Herb Treatment: This practice includes medicinal plants through which prevents and treats diseases, some kind of medicinal plants are: Horse Tail, Dandelion, Rosemary, Marygold, Chamomile, Abes Vulgaris.
Each system was developed in relatively isolated regions of the world where there was little or no medical contact with pre-scientific western medicine, or with each other’s systems. As an integrative practitioner I have learned how to do several of those. Our approach helps you achieve better health, including the physical, emotional, psychological and social dimensions.