Here’s a great article from Cure publication regarding cancer therapy and yoga therapy. We provided the link below. Jean Di Carlo-Wagner, M.A., yoga therapist is a year colorectal cancer survivor […]
by Ilyse Streim, Massage Therapist, Center for Integrative Medicine at Good Samaritan February is American Heart Month! I know what you’re thinking…”here comes the long list of things I should be doing […]
Nutrition and Breast Health Shari Oakland Schulze RD CSO Registered Dietitian/Nutritionist Certified Specialist in Oncology Nutrition Saint Joseph Hospital Good Samaritan Medical Center Good nutrition is important for breast health. […]
Can Psychological Interventions Increase Survival In Breast Cancer? Jana Bolduan Lomax, PsyD 10/01/2014 We know intuitively and anecdotally that relaxation and stress management interventions can help us to improve our […]
ONCOLOGY MASSAGE—Caring Touch for People Living With Cancer Oncologists are recommending massage more than ever as a complementary therapy to lessen the side effects of cancer treatment and provide gentle, […]
Yoga: Cancer, Survival, and Wellness “Health is a state of well being at physical, mental, social and spiritual levels and not mere absence of illness and infirmity.” WHO Over the […]
From CURE magazine, Laura Beil writes a strong article on the powers of bridging conventional and alternative therapies together for cancer patients. Marie Jackson used integrative therapies to resolve some […]
This is a great article adressing how acupuncture can help cancer patients experiencing chemotherapy induced peripheral neuropathy. Please read more about the article here.