Dr. Michelle Thompson-Olson is a triple-board certified physician: Integrative, Lifestyle, and Osteopathic Family Medicine. She specializes in treating the root cause of health problems, not just the symptoms.
Currently, Dr. Thompson is employed by the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center and has a full-time integrative family medicine practice. Her specialty is reversing disease through diet, exercise, and lifestyle changes while empowering her patients to take charge of their health and work as a team with their physicians. There are healing powers of proper nutrition in almost all disease processes, and she believes that eating for health can be pleasurable if we eat in a way that serves our body.
Be Well Therapies has expertise in lifestyle medicine, integrative wellness, and mind-body medicine skills. They specialize in working with healthcare professionals; transforming burn-out, prioritizing self-care, and igniting change. They help physicians, rehab professionals, individuals, and at a corporate level. http://www.bewelltherapies.org
You can find Dr. Michelle Thompson on Facebook, Clubhouse and Instagram @mtyogidoc
Sound healing therapy uses aspects of music to improve physical and emotional health and well-being. The person being treated partakes in the experience with a trained practitioner. Music therapy may involve: listening to music and/or singing along to the music. Music therapy can reduce stress and promote relaxation. It's been shown to be more effective than prescription drugs in reducing anxiety levels before surgery. A study published in 2017 found that a 30-minute music therapy session combined with traditional care after spinal surgery reduced pain.
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