Become the global leader in Integrative Medicine.


Our mission is to improve the lives of people by providing an integrative approach to healthcare which balances traditional medicine with complete nutrition, mindfulness, spirituality and education.

What is Integrative Medicine

The Principles of Integrative Medicine

  • Integrative medicine is a partnership between patient and practitioner in the healing process.
  • Use of natural, effective, less-invasive interventions whenever possible.
  • A philosophy that neither rejects conventional medicine nor accepts alternative therapies uncritically.
  • Training of integrative medicine practitioners to be models of health and healing, committed to the process of self-exploration and self-development.
  • Use of the broader concepts of promotion of health and the prevention of illness as well as the treatment of disease.
  • Consideration of all factors that influence health, wellness and disease, including mind, spirit and community as well as body.

The 5 Key Elements of Integrative Medicine

5 Pillars

Physical Body

Healthy Physical Body.


We help our patients make informed decisions.


Daily mindful choices impact our optimal health.

Integrative Nutritional Support

Specialized nutritional programs complement our physical body.


Trust, love, and joy is the foundation of good health.


Optimal Health

Optimal health is the perfect equilibrium between the person and the environment.

The Healing Power of Love

Healing starts when we first learn how to love our self. We believe in extreme self care.


Understanding illness starts with the whole systems approach. Every organ system is connected.

Prevention and Treatment

Prevention and treatment is always supported with a vast variety of elements available in nature.

Innate Healing Power

Identification of the root cause of symptoms and the removal of obstacles from pathways will often initiate the path of self-healing.

Integration of Health Systems

To fully understand the disease, we must look at the patient’s knowledge about health, physical body, nutrition, mind-body connection and spirituality.

Relationship-Centered Care

Our patient-centered approach allows physicians to share information and education the patient along their journey to optimal health.


We focus on the individual patient and their families, environment and cultural backgrounds to encompass the whole person.

Teaching by Example

If it is to be, it begins with me. Lead by example to educate others and spread the word about wellbeing.

Learning Opportunities

We believe the secret to our success is based on sharing information with our patients.