What is Integrative Health?
Integrative Health is the health and wellness of the whole person: body, mind, and spirit. It represents an approach to healing that moves beyond a strictly biomedical approach to physical wellness, emphasizing a broader concept of health which incorporates biological, psychological, spiritual, cultural and environmental influences on our overall well-being.
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Latest IIH news!
NCCAM Funded R01 to prevent type 2 diabetes in adolescents
In September 2013, Dr. Marc Weigensberg, Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics and Director of the USC Institute for Integrative Health, received a 5-year R01 award from the NIH’s National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine for his proposal entitled “Guided imaJgery lifestyle intervention to prevent and treat obesity in Latino youth.”
IIH Steering Committee Members in the News!
Keck medical student and IIH steering committee member, Ali Arastu, sometimes pitches his tent in the High Sierra; sometimes he pitches it on Skid Row in Los Angeles. - See more at: http://news.usc.edu/#!/article/58487/medical-student-leads-urban-youth-to-great-outdoors/
Jeffrey I. Gold, director of the pain clinic at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles and a pediatric psychologist & Co-Chair of IIH Research Committee was recently interviewed on CBS.