Recent discoveries have shown calcium plays an integral role in regulating adiposity (fat deposition), insulin resistance, and hypertension–all risk factors for coronary vascular disease (heart disease). Low magnesium intake has been associated with adverse cardiovascular events, including atherosclerosis, cardiac arrhythmias, and hypertension.
Integrative medicine is comprehensive patient-centered care that focuses on the whole person and addresses all aspects of lifestyle– body, mind and spirit. This paradigm combines cutting edge medicine and functional testing with a warm, holistic and individualized approach to find the root causes of your ailments and illness.
As integrative medicine practioners, we help our patients focus on lifestyle interventions that activate the body’s natural healing mechanisms to restore wellness.
Fellowship trained in Integrative Medicine
Georgia Tetlow, MD and Lauren Houser, CRNP received fellowship training at the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine, the premier training Institute in the field. Dr. Tetlow is board certified in Integrative Medicine and Clinical Assistant Professor of Rehabilitation Medicine at Sidney Kimmel Medical College, Jefferson University. Get Expert Consultation
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About Philadelphia Integrative Medicine (PIM)
Philadelphia Integrative Medicine combines the best of conventional and alternative medicine to inspire you and give you the tools to care for yourself and be well.
We provide leading edge clinical expertise using a combination of conventional and evidence-based alternative and holistic medicine, to recommend the lifestyle changes, cutting edge diagnostic testing, mind-body practices, supplements and medicines to meet your personal health goals. Our approach helps you achieve better health, including the physical, emotional, psychological and social dimensions.Learn More Watch Videos