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Archive for the ‘Integrative Health Care’ Category

Cultural Considerations in Health Care

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Posted on September 11th, 2019 by Bettina Carlson, under Caregiving, Integrative Health Care, Leadership, Palliative Care & Hospice, Patient Advocacy, Something New

Last week, we went to a presentation on “Cultural Considerations at the End of Life” at the Northbrook Inn Memory Care Community in Northbrook. The fabulous speakers, Lauren Weldon (Partner at Margolis Weldon, LLC) and Jacqueline Boyd (Owner... Continue Reading »

Ageism in the Health Care Setting

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As Patient Advocates, we advocate for all people with any kind of a medical need. Many of our clients have complex medical conditions, but not all do. We have clients of all ages, but a large number of our clients are the elderly; these are... Continue Reading »

Heart Health in 2019

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Posted on February 19th, 2019 by Teri Dreher, under Integrative Health Care, Medical Devices, Something New

What's new? Quite a bit, as it turns out. February is American Heart Month. While taking care of the heart has been a longstanding goal of people in our country, new technologies are changing the ways we're able to do so. A recent piece on LinkedIn... Continue Reading »

Integrative Medicine Growing in Popularity

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Posted on March 7th, 2016 by Teri Dreher, under Integrative Health Care

Many major medical centers around the country are now combining conventional Western medicine with alternative, or complementary treatments such as naturopathic supplements, acupuncture, massage, biofeedback, yoga, meditation, stress reduction, and... Continue Reading »