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The Integrative Clinic for Restorative Medicine controls how and why disease and cancer develop and improves health by addressing the root causes of disease for each individual.
The Integrative Clinic for Restorative Medicine (ICRM) design is an all-comprehensive practice of organizing conventional medicine, evidence-based naturopathic medicine, and complementary medical supplies. ICRM is a customized, patient-centered science-based strategy that empowers healthy patients or with cancer and their practitioners to serve together to address the underlying causes of illness and promote optimal well-being. ICRM demands an understanding in depth of each individual’s hereditary, biochemical, and lifestyle factors to give tailored treatment plans that lead to enhanced patient outcomes.
By discussing the root cause, rather than symptoms, ICRM examines the best of conventional medicine and other therapies that are evidence-based and put them together. And, it is an extremely individualized approach because it depends on one’s values and cultural beliefs well that made it so clear.
Healing your Disease & Cancer Not to Show your Weaknesses but to Identify your Strengths
Integrative Restorative Medicine gives the best of different healing modalities so at our clinic we seek conventional medical therapy besides acupuncture, massage therapy, behavioral medicine, Yoga, meditation, Tai Chi, Reiki, Ayurveda, Hypnosis, nutrition assessment and naturopathic oncology. ICRM leads you to an optimal health and fitness because no one else is going to do it for you. ICRM is more than just the therapies that are being presented, however, it is bringing that highly individualized to permit you so you can become an active representative in your own health care before you build up cancer as part of cancer, during the medication as part of cancer fighting or recovering and healing from it after you complete your treatment.
The Body, Mind and Spirit, Complete Harmony.
Integrative Restorative Medicine recognizes the behavioral medicine phase when you are going through an illness, especially that cancer is turning into a chronic illness. Cancer is no longer considered just an automatically fatal disease. Dealing with the emotional aspects of having a chronic illness is very important because many people suffer, for example, from what they call brain fog or from insomnia or anxiety or depression. These issues need to settle along with the organic illness of your body. So, the first step to take is to get in contact with our ICRMC experts who present a comprehensive care of conventional medical oncology with cancer-focused behavioral medicine through psychosocial and psychiatric assessment.
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