Interested in Integrative Medicine? Heard about it but not quite sure what it means? Come join us for a group discussion on what Integrative Medicine truly is and how you personally can benefit from this method of care.
Dr. Julie Reardon, a board-certified Integrative Medicine Practitioner, will share her background and experience and explain her current style of practice.
A New Year is upon us, one with new goals and new challenges. If you feel like any aspect of your mental, physical, or spiritual health is suffering, please consider the art of Integrative Medicine. Centered around a practice where both patient and practitioner are partners on a healthcare team, we can dig deep into root cause medicine and promote healing from within. Based on research and science, Integrative Medicine gets past the symptoms and looks for imbalances between body systems. It’s time to stop wondering and start investigating!
Join our round table discussion and learn how working with an Integrative Medicine Practitioner, like Dr. Julie, may benefit all aspects of your life!
Julie Reardon, MD & Theresa Hernandez, APN/CNP
Jan 15 (W)
$50 (Includes lunch. Pre-registration required.)
Dr. Julie Reardon believes in a completely integrative model in medicine. Her model is inclusive of practices designed to support health in mind, body, and spirit. After receiving a Magna Cum Laude degree in Psychology from Harvard University, she completed her medical training at The University of Connecticut School of Medicine. She is a Fellow of the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine, having completed a two-year program of intense study under the leadership of Dr. Andrew Weil.
Theresa Hernandez, APN/CNP received her BS in Nursing from the University of Chicago in 2002 and continued her education with a Masters of Science in Nursing in 2006 while working in the pediatric ICU at Rush University Medical Center. She is currently completing her certification in Functional Medicine with the Institute for Functional Medicine. Theresa believes that listening to her patients’ problems and concerns will tell her more than any physical exam ever will.