Resource for Wellness, Holistic Doctors, Alternative Medicines, Complementary Therapies and Treatments

This website is designed to help people find information about holistic health, healing, alternative medicine, complementary and integrative approaches to healthcare and treatments. You can contact the featured practitioners directly or contact us regarding your situation. We will make every attempt to forward your inquiry to someone who may be able to help.

Featured Practitioners, Businesses and Organizations
  • Karen Clark-Schock, PsyD, ATR-BC - Behavioral Medicine, Hypnotherapy, Psychotherapy, Art Therapy - Paoli, Chester County, PA

  • Women's Center of Montgomery County - Individualized and group domestic violence counseling, legal advocacy, education and outreach social services, and various support groups. - Montgomery County, PA

  • Maury Malyn, MS, PT - Myofascial Release, Physical Therapy - Main Line of Philadelphia, Center City Philadelphia and Chester, Delaware and Montgomery County, PA

  • Dr. Marina Yanover, ND, LAc - Naturopathic Medicine Family Practice & Acupuncture - New Haven/Norwalk Connecticut, Brooklyn, Bronx

  • Dr. Jonathan Singer, D.O. - Preventive Medicine, Complementary Medicine, Holistic Family Medicine - Denver, Colorado (CO) and Cheyenne, Wyoming (WY)

  • The Henderson Center - Dr. Jon Garzillo - Chiropractors, Shiatsu Therapy, Massage Therapists - King of Prussia, PA, Montgomery County, PA (Southeastern Pennsylvania)

  • Community Supported Agriculture - Wholesale and Retail - Locally Grown and Naturally Raised Food - Distributing in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware

Treatments, Modalities and Information
There are a wide range of different forms of alternative and complementary treatment, many with differing philosophies, but what they all have in common is seeing people as consisting of more than just a physical body. Therapy is aimed at the whole person, who is seen as a unique individual, an inter-relationship of physical, emotional, and spiritual components. A brief note on terminology: at one time the word used for these different forms of attempting to heal was "alternative" medicine. Gradually it has become known as "complementary" to highlight the fact that it can be used to complement conventional medicine. More people like to think of it as "integrative" care, in which an individual can integrate both conventional medical treatment and complementary therapy approaches. In no way are these therapies to be a substitute for medical treatment. We recommend advising your medical practitioners of your participation in all complementary approaches.

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