National Center for Integrative Medicine One Place, One Focus: Total You
Just in case you missed the grand opening of Joliet’s own National Center for Integrative Medicine (NCIM) in March, they launched their unique medical center providing many sought after services to our area. This innovative organization provides a variety of services which integrate the best features of conventional, alternative, and aesthetic medicine. “This center is the ﬁrst of its kind in the country,” proudly states Dr. Rao Kilaru MD, President and CEO of NCIM. “Integrative medicine is the future because people demand more healthcare options than conventional medicine offers. We think that 21st century medicine is going to include all the pieces: the conventional, the alternative, and the aesthetic.” ThehealthcareprofessionalsattheNationalCenter for Integrative Medicine recognize the importance of the interaction between mind, body, and soul for an individual’s sense of wellness and advocate a holistic approach to address their clients’ health. Their three distinctive programs – Executive Health, Complementar y and Alternative Medicine, and Lasers and Aesthetics – offer clients a variety of ser vices to choose from in order to optimize their health and wellness. Executive Health at NCIM provides you the conventional medicine element of their integrative concept. Executive Health providers will perform comprehensive medical evaluations that incorporate state of the art conventional medical diagnostic testing with integrative treatment options. “The NCIM comprehensive physical will be a unique experience for our clients,” reports Dr. Satish Reddy, M.D., Medical Director of the National Center for Integrative Medicine. “Not
only will people receive a thorough conventional medical exam, they also get the added value and expertise of integrated assessments from our chiropractor,naturopath,andexercisephysiologist. Other programs in development such as weight loss, anti-aging, and lifestyle medicine will be incorporated to address our clients’ demand for these services.”
Complementar y and Alternative Medicine (CAM) at NCIM offers an array of complementary treatment modalities such as acupuncture, traction/decompression therapy, chiropractic manipulation, physical therapy, massage therapy, dietary modiﬁcation, nutrient supplementation, botanical medicine, homeopathy, intravenous nutrients, hydrotherapy, exercise medicine, yoga, meditation, and lifestyle counseling. “We focus on treating the cause of disease, preventing illness, and maintaining a healthy lifestyle,” states Dr. Carissa Baranoski D.C., Medical Director of Complementary and Alternative Medicine. “In order to be a successful integrative practice we offer our clients effective solutions that
either complement or provide an alternative to conventional medical treatments. Our goal is to get our patients back to doing what they love and living life pain free.” Lasers and Aesthetics at the National Center for Integrative Medicine provide a variety of safe and effective non-invasive laser and aesthetic treatments. Dr. Kilaru points to the rapid increase in the use of laser technology to provide nonsurgical alternatives. People want to look beautiful without the pain, cost, or down-time associated with traditional surgical cosmetic procedures. For example, our non-invasive i-Lipo laser procedure can help you achieve fat reduction and body contouring results comparable to surgical liposuction without any pain or down-time at a fraction of the cost.” NCIM’s Medical Lasers and Aesthetics program also offers non-invasive laser treatments for acne, wrinkles, hair removal, tattoo removal, spider leg veins, and a variety of other skin conditions. Aesthetic procedures such as Botox, dermal ﬁllers, and chemical peels are also available to address the negative effects of the aging process on the face. The National Center for Integrative Medicine‘s philosophy of “One Place, One Focus: Total You” is truly reﬂected in their extensive list of holistic services and integrated approach to healthcare. The NCIM team invites everyone in the Joliet area to explore their one of a kind, exceptional facility at 3100 Theodore Street and inquire about the array of services available to achieve your health and wellness goals. They can be reached at 815 330-3100 or on the web at www. thencim.com.
The National Center for Integrative Medicine would like to introduce and welcome two new doctors to our practice. Carissa Baranoski, D.C. Chiropractic Physician and Medical Director Complementary & Alternative Medicine
815-330-3130 Education and Training • Doctorate of Chiropractic Medicine, National University of Health Sciences, Lombard, IL. • Certiﬁcate in Acupuncture, National University of Health Sciences, Lombard, IL. • Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degrees, University of St. Francis in Joliet, IL. • Kinesio Taping and Webster Technique trained
Board Certiﬁcations & Associations • National Board of Chiropractic Examiners • American Chiropractic Association • Illinois Chiropractic Association
Sarah Ouano, N.D. Naturopathic Medicine
Education and Training
• Lumbar Traction Decompression Therapy • Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine, • State of the art rehabilitation/ﬁtness facility • On site laboratory collection and X-Ray National University of Health Sciences, capabilities Lombard, IL. • Carry pharmaceutical grade supplements • Bachelor of Science Molecular Cell Biology, and botanicals • Accepting most insurance carriers and Care Credit Dominican University in San Rafael, CA.
Visit our website (www.thencim.com) for more information, educational seminars and special offers • Follow us on Twitter or be our fan on Facebook
Conveniently located at 3100 Theodore Street (just east of Essington Road), Joliet, IL 60435
Published on Apr 25, 2011
Published on Apr 25, 2011
Offers three distinctive programs – Executive Health, Complementary and Alternative Medicine, and Lasers and Aesthetics – offer clients a va...