Center for Integrative Medicine

What is Integrative Medicine?

Integrative Medicine is evidence-based, relationship-centered care, promoting optimal health. It is a system of comprehensive care that emphasizes wellness and healing of the whole person, with special emphasis on patient and family participation, and attention to mental and spiritual health. The knowledge and use of Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) is an important aspect of Integrative Medicine. Integrated Medicine uses the best of both conventional and complementary strategies to attain patients' health goals.

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Announcements:

  1. CIM eNewsletter - August 21, 2014
  2. Photos/Video from History of Women in Medicine Conference 
  3. Student Wellness Center (WFSM Only)
  4. Massage Services Available Throughout the Medical Center
  5. Guided Imagery Services Available Throughout the Medical Center Through Recreation Therapy
  6. FREE Classes and Services: 
 

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Natural Triad Magazine /
Wake Forest Integrative Medicine Seminar Series


The Seminar Series is free, and open to the public. 
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Quick Reference

Center for Integrative Medicine

336-713-9197

cim@wakehealth.edu

336-713-3849 FAX
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CIM Spotlight on News

Integrative Medicine Leaders Visit the CIM

Adam Perlman, MD, MPH, Margaret Chesney, PhD and Adi Haramati, PhD met with members of the Center for Integrative Medicine to provide insight and help guide the Center's future efforts.

Last Updated: 10-14-2014
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