What is Integrative Medicine?
HaLe’ offers integrative health care based on a personal relationship. We want to talk with you, hear more about what is going on with your whole person, and address whatever you think needs help or optimization. We build on your strengths to help increase function, reduce stress, manage pain, and improve athletic performance.
Integrative medicine is a form of health care that focuses on the whole person. It uses evidence-based practices, which means your treatments have been proven to help. Taking a “yes, and” approach, all appropriate therapies and disciplines are utilized in order to achieve optimal health and healing.
At HaLe’, our template treatment plan is to begin a self-care practice with our classes, and to support that practice through individualized care to address deeper or acute issues. Our instructors are experts in customizing and modifying classes in order to meet the needs of both new beginner students and experienced students looking to deepen their practice. Our therapists offer manual medicine in the form of bodywork, massage, mindfulness, and coaching sessions to really address the specific needs of each client.
52% of manual medicine is utilized for medical treatment
19% of manual medicine is for pain relief & pain management
72% of self-care classes are utilized for stress relief
86% of students in self-care classes report high mental clarity
Integrative Medicine is non-invasive with few side effects and little evidence of harm. It is supported by the majority of PCPs and most clients notice their health conditions change for the better, along with improvements in overall health, better habits, improved mood, and body awareness.