Integrative Medicine's complementary services at UW Health in Madison, Wisconsin, include acupuncture, naturopathic consults, healing touch, massage therapy and bodywork and the Feldenkrais® method.
We have a healing-oriented philosophy that focuses on less invasive therapies to help remove barriers that may be blocking the body's ability to heal. This process recognizes and nurtures each individual's unique balance of mind, body and spirit.
Acupuncture may be effective for many acute and chronic illnesses and stimulates the natural healing process of the body to restore health and healing.
- Feldenkrais® Method
Through this practice you may increase your ease and range of motion and rediscover your innate capacity for graceful, efficient movement.
- Healing Touch
Healing Touch is a non-invasive therapy that may provide the recipient with mental calmness and an improved sense of well-being.
- Inpatient Services
Healing Touch, massage therapy and acupuncture may assist patients in dealing with many issues commonly experienced during a hospital stay, including pain, anxiety, nausea and sleep disturbances.
Integrative Medicine Physician Consultations
Consultations are provided by physicians who have completed a two-year fellowship in Integrative Medicine and/or have completed requirements for board certification by the American Board of Integrative Holistic Medicine. They are trained to integrate both traditional and complementary therapies towards the facilitation of health and healing. Insight developed in the consultation also might be used to direct patients to the most relevant UW Health professionals.
- Massage Therapy and Bodywork
Massage therapy and bodywork may offer benefits including stress reduction, relief of muscle tension and chronic pain and increased circulation.
- Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction
Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction is designed to introduce Mindfulness meditation practice as a way of reducing stress and developing greater balance, control and fuller participation in your life.