Exciting Open House to be held by Integrated Healthcare Associates & Wellness Center in Stamford, CT on October 9, 2010 from 1-5 pm.
This Open House is an opportunity for the general public to stop by,learn about the wide range of alternative and healing specialities being offered by IHA and even try some of them right there on site.
Online PR News – 15-September-2010 – – Stamford - On October 9, 2010 Integrated Healthcare Associates and Wellness Center will host an Open House for the public from 1-5 pm at 992 High Ridge Road, Suite 101 in Stamford. It’s a great opportunity for people to visit this cutting-edge Stamford health center and learn about the wide range of alternative medical services and self-help tools offered.
“People can walk in and try the acu-balance/de-stressing auricular acupuncture therapy at a special price, get massages at special prices, watch yoga demonstrations, try some recipes by our organic chef who will prepare food on site, watch a lot of other demonstrations, and take part in raffles,” says Dr. Nichola Bott, a chiropractic physician and the Center founder. Mrs. Green’s Natural Market, the popular neighborhood holistic food store, will also be participating.
Dr. Bott opened her first health clinic in Stamford 16 years ago. She opened her doors at 992 High Ridge Road just two years ago and is currently in the process of expanding the services offered there. Today Integrated Healthcare Associates and Wellness Center is made up of the following healthcare specialists: chiropractic physician, naturopathic doctor, four massage therapists specializing in multiple massage disciplines, a marriage and family therapist, licensed acupuncturist and three therapeutically-based yoga instructors.
“In many cases, combining different therapeutic recommendations and therapies within a certain time period can make a greater difference than single therapies alone,” explains Dr. Bott. “We do this in-house and with referrals to physicians and other practitioners outside of our clinic.” All Integrated Healthcare specialists work closely with other physicians, health care professionals, and clinics locally.
What the clinic also offers patients are tools that they can take home and use to increase the quality of their health and well-being.
“Lifestyle change is perceived as big changes and sacrifice requiring a lot of time,” says Dr. Bott. “Small changes requiring a small amount of time that do not include major disruptions can sometimes make a big difference. Information is key to this concept.”
Dr. Bott and her team look forward to introducing their Open House visitors to the integrative approach to health and preventative health on October 9.
For more information call IHA at 203.321.0000