NWHSU faculty & clinicians named Faces of Integrative Care in MSP Mag!

MSP Mag | December 11, 2018

Mpls.St.Paul Magazine​'s annual "The Faces of Minneapolis/St Paul" feature has named the faculty and clinicians of Northwestern Health Sciences University​ as the Face of Integrative Care!

Mpls.St.Paul Magazine​'s annual "The Faces of Minneapolis/St Paul" feature has named the faculty and clinicians of Northwestern Health Sciences University​ as the Face of Integrative Care!

The feature includes a look at how NWHSU is pivotal to healthcare's transformation as consumers take a more active role in their own healthcare than ever before, Included in the feature is Dr. Brad Finer, Dr. Davey Farrar, Dr. Tolu Oyelowo, Dr. Amrit Devgun, Dr. Michele Renee, and Dr. Jinming Yue.


You would likely have a difficult time finding individuals as passionate about integrative care as the faculty and clinicians at Northwestern Health Sciences University, based in Bloomington.

Consumers today are taking a more active role in their own healthcare than ever before. They are taking more initiative for being at the center of their own wellness and healthcare choices. They have a desire to explore and consider a variety of treatments, many times using conventional medicine alongside evidence-based complementary treatments. This synthesis of mainstream medical treatments and complementary therapies is leading the way in transforming healthcare.

Northwestern Health Sciences University believes that a focus on person-centered care is the key to transforming healthcare to solve some of the key problems facing patients. Person-centered care provides patients with options. These options provide therapeutic and lifestyle approaches that achieve optimal health and healing, and they, at the same time, reduce overall costs. These complementary treatments may help patients recover from illness or surgery more quickly, prevent the need for medication or surgery, or help cope with a chronic condition. We believe in the importance of scientific evidence behind safety and efficacy.

Our faculty and clinicians are pivotal to healthcare’s transformation. Students—whether studying acupuncture and Chinese medicine, chiropractic or massage therapy— learn about natural health care beyond their own field of study. They interact with healthcare providers and develop clinical skills in a variety of hospitals, clinics and community settings. Our practitioners treat clinic patients with best-in-class treatments in multiple disciplines utilizing an integrated approach, putting the patients’ needs at the center of every decision.

Read more here: http://bit.ly/MSPFaces18

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