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The Center for Integrative Acupuncture and Pain Management Opens Nutritional Therapy Institute
The Center for Integrative Acupuncture and Pain Management in Silver Spring, Maryland announces the grand opening of its Nutritional Therapy Institute serving the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.
The Center for Integrative Acupuncture and Pain Management has served the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area for nearly five years providing acupuncture and other complementary health treatments for stress reduction, wellness and pain management.
The Nutritional Therapy Institute specializes in treating the many common health conditions related to nutritional deficiencies by identifying such deficits, then utilizing whole foods (and whole foods concentrated to clinically potent supplements)
“We are pleased to be able to extend our nutritional therapy practice to the entire metropolitan D.C. community and beyond,” announced Dr. Hazel E. Jackson, Medical Director and CEO of the Center and the newly-established Nutritional Therapy Institute. Dr. Jackson projects that, “With the creation of the Institute, we anticipate being able to aid more people with health concerns caused by nutritional deficiencies.”
Some common conditions to be treated at the Nutritional Therapy Institute include allergies, back pain, chronic fatigue, constipation, joint pain, sinusitis and many others. The Center’s other services include acupuncture, therapeutic medical massage, low-level laser pain management therapy, patient education and holistic health counseling. The “whole food nutrition therapy” utilized by both The Center and the Nutritional Therapy Institute utilize emphasizes the use of supplements derived from unprocessed, fresh and locally-grown ingredients.
Dr. Jackson reports that, “Many of our acupuncture and pain management patients have experienced tremendous benefits by incorporating whole food nutrition therapy into their wellness regime. It’s very satisfying to see patients respond so well to such simple and natural solutions.”
One patient commented recently that, “Every time I leave this place I feel good.” Another says that, as a result of their treatment with the Center, “I have more energy, my digestion has improved and I am sleeping better at night.”
For more information about The Nutritional Therapy Institute at the Center for Integrative Acupuncture and Pain Management, visit the Center’s nutrition website at http://drhazelejackson.LiveItLifestyle.com or call (301) 585-7798.