About Us

About WholeHealth Chicago

Integrative Medicine is a growing field in which the patient and provider work together to develop a diagnostic and therapeutic program that makes sense for the individual. It combines the discipline of modern science with the wisdom of ancient healing.

This means for each patient our practitioners rely on the best evidence-based medicine and individualize a treatment plan–what we call a healing path. Your healing path might include one or more types of treatment, diagnostic testing, natural and pharmaceutical therapies, as well as referrals to other practitioners.

For people living with chronic or life-threatening illness, integrative medicine can transform life’s physical, emotional, and spiritual dimensions. Integrative medicine can also be life-changing for those who are not ill but want to increase self-awareness, enhance well-being, and prevent health problems.

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Our Services

At WholeHealth Chicago we provide our patients with access to providers who use an integrative medicine/functional medicine model. Functional medicine is a real paradigm shift in the practice of health care. Instead of the traditional disease-centered focus of conventional medicine, functional medicine practitioners apply a patient-centered approach that addresses the whole person–not simply isolated symptoms.

Our Practitioners

We have assembled a outstanding group of practitioners at WholeHealth Chicago, men and women who are leaders in their fields of expertise. Each practitioner has many years of experience and is dedicated to the integrative healthcare model at our center.

The Knowledge Base

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Patient education is an integral part of our practice. Here you will find a comprehensive collection of staff articles, descriptions of therapies and nutritional supplements, information addressing your health concerns, and the latest research on nutritional supplements and alternative therapies.

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Stress Reduction for the Holidays

Wednesday, December 10th (6:30 – 8:30 pm) or Sunday, December 14th (12:00 – 2:00 pm) at Whole HealthChicago, 2522 N. Lincoln Ave, Chicago IL.

The Holiday Season can mean time spent with family and friends, work parties, social gatherings, and the closing of a year. Joyous occasions can also be stressful as to-do lists are longer and anticipation is greater. The closing of the year brings many deadlines, either professional ones that must be met, or personal goals to close the year. For others, the joy of the holidays is overshadowed by a feeling of loneliness, or the loss of a loved one.

Stress Reduction for the Holidays at WholeHealth Chicago will address anxiety and stress that manifest uniquely in each person. Mindfulness and meditation will be used to acknowledge the mental or emotional stress of the holidays, and reestablish a sense of gratitude, contentment from within, and a vision of yourself closing out the year. Gentle movements and breathing techniques will be used to see where we hold tension and stress in the body, and discover how we can open and unlock healing energy.

Pre-registration and payment upon registration is required, as space is limited. To register, call (773) 296-6700.  Price- $30

Renee Zambo is the instructor.

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