Integrative Medicine is the healing-oriented medicine that considers a person as a whole, including all that has happened in their life up to the present time. It highlights the healing relationship between doctor or consultant and patient, by what the patient presents with, putting this into context with how they came to be in that place or state of health and makes use of all suitable treatment choices.
Integrative Medicine also defines a style of clinical practice and uses an inclusive approach. Embracing the inclusion of the patient in their care, focusing on their personal needs, and makes use of all suitable beneficial approaches, or modalities to regain their best health outcome possible.
Integrative doctors are trained medical practitioners who have selected to further study how to integrate all the body systems and be definitive in discovering the reasons for symptoms. Concentrating on nutrition, past health and enhancing essentials such as nutrition as it is the basis of our health. Integrative doctors use their medical training alongside their integrative training to provide the best treatment solution for their patients.
Integrative medicine is used for acute and chronic illnesses. With conditions such as autoimmune diseases, such as thyroid dysfunction where the use of special kinds of thyroid enhancements can optimise wellness.