At Integrated Medical Care we believe that there is more than one path that leads to good health. In fact, you may need multiple paths to get where you want to be: enjoying a high quality of life with the energy and motivation to fully participate in your daily experiences.

Our unique approach features the best of what both Western and Eastern medicines have to offer. Relying on sophisticated laboratory testing, your care will be guided by a board-certified MD with over 32 years in private practice. From there, Japanese acupuncture, Chinese herbal therapies, powerful nutritional supplements and homeopathic remedies may be part of your individualized treatment. The ideal combination for each patient is different.

Integrated care can be restorative and supportive for many health issues.
To see if we can help you, call us today.


June 24th, 2015

Navigating Your Own Health

Navigating your own health decisions involves greater participation, motivation to change, and increased knowledge and awareness of current trends in the alternative care paradigms. Western Medicine offers lifesaving care for acute emergencies, but when the crisis is over, recovery and ongoing preventive care is often limited. With the availability of Internet access, information is readily obtainable, but applying it to your personalized lifestyle choices requires more than an online opinion. Knowledge requires applying wisdom, experience and practice to your unique personal medical needs, one size doesn’t fit everyone! So create a relationship, with a caring practitioner, and establish realistic goals to move toward your optimum level of health. Listen to the full podcast episode here

April 15th, 2015

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In the Chinese model the cycles of a woman’s life are progressive of seven years. So every seven years there’s a new cycle and a new change in their life and when you reach the “seven by seven,” which is 49, the oriental model looks at that being the time that the reproductive energy wanes. As you reach that age your body has become weaker and probably needs to conserve its energy. In its wisdom the concept is that women will stop having menstrual cycles  to conserve the blood. Now, in the Chinese model, the concept of blood is that it’s your fluid, your nutrient, kind of the supportive nourishment to your body, and your body’s wisdom is such that it wants to stop loosing that because its no longer necessary for reproduction. However, generations ago when people didn’t live much beyond that time frame, it really had less effect read more

April 7th, 2015


Supportive Care for Cancer – The next Step With the completion of your cancer treatment, the work of recovery and rejuvenation commences. Certainly, supportive care is essential to help you sustain your energy, digestion and the correct attitude during treatment. With the conclusion of chemo /radiation utilizing diet, acupuncture, herbs and lifestyle can provide the essential tools to allow you to regain the quality of life you desire. Helping your body recover can be challenging but IS possible.   Listen to the full podcast episode here