Specialties & Practice Areas
Is Integrative Medicine Covered by Insurance?
Is integrative medicine covered by insurance? That depends. Explore which integrative treatments are covered and what to do to get the care you need.
Inositol PCOS Supplements: What You Need to Know
Inositol PCOS supplements are gaining popularity. But do they work? And can they help you if you have PCOS and want to get pregnant? Learn more inositol here.
PCOS and Mental Health Issues: Can CBT Help?
PCOS and mental health issues such as anxiety, depression, and OCD often occur together. Discover how CBT can help people with PCOS manage these conditions.
Popular Herbs and Their Applications
An overview of just a few of the innumerable herbs and botanical medicines available worldwide today: ginger, rooibos, turmeric etc.
What Does a Metabolic Nutritionist or Dietitian Do?
Metabolic nutritionists or dietitians can help create diet plans adjusted to patients’ precise metabolic needs.
Those with pelvic and menstrual issues are increasingly turning to lifestyle consultations. This holistic approach focuses on healing the physical, mental, spiritual, and social needs.
Hydrotherapy: How it can improve menstrual health
Growing scientific evidence supports the effectiveness of hydrotherapy to treat menstrual health challenges.
Behavioral Therapy: Women’s Health
Behavioral therapy is one key tool that has shown to be effective for those with chronic pelvic pain and overall for women's health.
Behavioral Therapy: Chronic Pelvic Pain & Menstrual Cramps
There is strong evidence that behavioral therapy can help improve chronic pelvic pain, menstrual cramps and emotional health.
Tui Na: How it can relieve pelvic pain
Tui na has some similarities to other modalities like shiatsu or deep tissue, but has a history, philosophy, and many movements of its own.
Pelvic Floor Massage: Using it to improve pelvic pain
Pelvic floor massage is a particularly effective remedy when targeting various sources of menstrual and pelvic pain.
LED Light Therapy: How it works and benefits for menstrual health
LED light therapy is a newer form of acupuncture using forms of light energy, including LEDs and lasers, to bring about different effects within the body.
Gua Sha: How it works to relieve menstrual pain
Gua sha has some similarities to traditional acupuncture but its mechanism is quite different, and it’s used most often to combat pain or inflammation.
Biofeedback: How it can improve your pelvic symptoms
Biofeedback translates your body’s internal functions onto a screen or into sound. It makes you conscious of your body's processes and helps train your body to correct them.
Pelvic Floor Exercises: How they can strengthen your pelvic muscles and reduce pain
Pelvic floor exercises build strength and endurance in the muscles around the uterus, bladder, and rectum. They can help reduce pain in your pelvis and abdomen.