Southwest Integrative Medicine Celebrates Relocation

Jul 17, 2013, 05:00 ET from Southwest Integrative Medicine


Residents of Greater Phoenix and Scottsdale are invited to experience the exceptional blend of traditional Western medicine and progressive Eastern medicine offered at Southwest Integrative Medicine. Dr. Robin Terranella and Dr. Christy Cline welcome established and prospective patients to visit the newly relocated office at the Desert Valley Medical Plaza located just east of the Bell Rd Exit of SR-51 at N. 40th St.

PHOENIX, July 17, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- After 6 years of promoting wellness, Southwest Integrative Medicine has relocated to the Desert Valley Medical Plaza next to Paradise Valley Hospital.

Patients will enjoy the Zen-like environment of Southwest Integrative Medicine. The Far East theme has a calming effect on all who enter. The warm earth tones and textures make the reception and waiting area comfortable and the office layout affords patients and staff greater efficiency. Larger exam rooms and new specialized treatment areas support the practice's exceptional patient care and allow room for expanded services in the future. "Our new location helps us ensure that every patient has a positive experience with us, from beginning to end," says managing partner Dr. Robin Terranella.

Southwest Integrative Medicine combines the benefits of Eastern and Western medicine in a holistic approach to wellness. They address immediate health concerns and investigate root causes. As naturopathic doctors, Drs. Terranella and Cline seek to optimize their patients' overall health through customized treatment plans developed through a thorough understanding of the individuals' social, emotional, physical, and spiritual circumstances. Some of the specific treatments offered include acupuncture, vitamin and nutritional therapies, hormone treatments, as well as naturopathic and traditional medications.

This holistic philosophy can successfully treat almost any illness. Some of the most common health concerns that are addressed at Southwestern Integrative Medicine are: stress and anxiety, pain management including nerve pain, vitamin and nutritional deficiencies, smoking cessation and addiction, sleeplessness, digestive disorders, thyroid issues, infertility, diabetes, respiratory conditions, weight loss, skin conditions, cancer, hormonal imbalance, cardiovascular disease, stroke, fatigue, allergies, migraines, sinusitis, and cold and flu.

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