Centers

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Centers


A Complementary Healing center generally houses a group of practitioners that
provides multiple modalities of healthcare. They have several configurations of modalities,
intake, treatment plans and treatment.


Centers provide the opportunity to develop and accomplish individual and group
treatment and wellness plans through the centers’ information, diagnostics, cooperation,
energy, atmosphere, central information system and coordination. These organizations are
spear-heading a movement to creatively and credibly broaden healthcare services.


This movement is effecting health plans, hospitals, HMOs and conventional medicine
throughout the US and those countries closely following the US medical model. This effect is
already evident in small to large healthcare facilities; look for the effects and enjoy each
center’s unique and robust services.


A Complementary Healing center generally houses a group of practitioners that
provides multiple modalities of healthcare. They have several configurations of modalities,
intake, treatment plans and treatment:


  • Centers can have a wide range of modalities, e.g., conventional or Naturopathy, Chiropractic, as well as Physical, Massage and Energy Therapies, to a very narrow range, e.g., several massage therapies.
  • Some centers have one or more main intake practitioners, who evaluate a client initially
    and recommend a treatment plan. Whereas, other centers provide intake through any of the
    practitioners and develop the treatment plan as the client meets with each practitioner.
    However, some centers do not focus on a treatment plan, encouraging the client to pick the
    practitioners as he deems necessary.
  • Some centers provide a diagnostic system � some very
    high-tech � as well as diagnostic practitioners, to provide quantitative information for
    developing a treatment plan.
  • The treatment plan usually recommends practitioners at the
    center, but may also recommend outside practitioners.
  • Some centers have developed a record-keeping system to document treatments and give
    feedback to all the practitioners involved. Others rely on the client to record and evaluate
    his progress as well as communicate with his practitioners.
  • Most centers provide information � pamphlets, papers, books, classes
    or seminars � to educate their clients.
  • Some also provide a very soothing environment in both the waiting areas and
    practitioners’ rooms.
  • A few centers are actively cultivating strong ties with non-health organizations to
    proved regular treatments at per-capita or reduced-rate charges. Organizations include
    associations, unions, local governments and companies of all sizes and types.