Archive for February, 2018

Healing Tool Series:The Mayo Diet

Book and online program to help people lose weight permanently and keep it off “Healing Tools” summaries are a collection of evidence-based resources to help providers and patients use integrative health approaches to improve health and wellbeing. This tool is for: Patients Providers This tool was created by: Mayo Clinic

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Archive for February, 2018

What It Will Take To Solve the Opioid Crisis

Over 60,000 people die every year because of an opioid overdose or a complication of opioid use. The opioid issue is a major crisis in America. To solve it, we need to refocus on what the underlying causes are. It is less of an opioid problem and more of a pain management problem. In this […]

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Archive for February, 2018

Discover How Our Bodies Heal

The word “heal” is derived from the identical Latin and Greek words that mean whole or holy. Knowing about yourself as a whole person, your social, your behavioral, your body but also your mind and spiritual components are a key part of healing. In this episode of #AskDrJonas, I help you understand how your body heals through […]

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Archive for February, 2018

Healing Tool Series: Narrative Medicine

A patient-centered, collaborative storytelling process to deliver respectful, empathic, and effective medical care for serious illness “Healing Tools” summaries are a collection of evidence-based resources to help providers and patients use integrative health approaches to improve health and wellbeing. This tool is for: Providers This tool was created by: Robert B. Slocum, DMin, PhD, The University […]

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Archive for February, 2018

A Patient’s View: Athlete Scores Against Chronic Pain

Exercise, meditation and mindfulness, yoga and an anti-inflammatory diet lead to a nearly pain-free life Like many teenagers, John Slay wanted to be a professional athlete. As a baseball, basketball and football player in high school, John was focused on achieving his goal. One day while John was playing basketball, his knee started hurting. He […]

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