Helping Patients Understand Integrative Medicine Services
In addition to offering appointments for the various integrative therapies we offer at University Hospitals Connor Integrative Health Network, we also provide resources to learn more about how integrative medicine services can assist you on your path to optimal health.
If you are thinking about making an appointment, we welcome your questions – please call us at 216-285-4070. You may also want to read the most frequently asked questions. Patients do not need a physician referral to take advantage of any of our services.
Resources Include Webinars for Improved Well-Being
Also on this website, we offer many other resources on a variety of health topics. You can listen to and watch webinars and read articles about various conditions and treatments, integrative medicine in general and UH Connor Integrative Health Network and its offerings.
Guided Meditation Audios
UH Connor Integrative Health Network offers several guided imagery meditations to help you focus your thoughts and promote well-being and relaxation. These guided imagery audio tracks focus on specific issues such as stress and pain management, promoting better sleep, and fertility. Learn more and access all our guided meditation audios.
Classes and Events
UH Connor hold regular classes and workshops, which can be a great way to learn more about integrative medicine techniques and practices in a group setting. Class topics include art therapy, stress management, meditation and mindfulness. View all of the upcoming UH Connor classes and events.
Participate in Research Study for Patients with Pre-Hypertension
UH Connor Integrative Health Network is currently recruiting patients to participate in a research study looking at stress management as a means of managing pre-hypertension. Pre-hypertension is a condition in which a person may have high blood pressure that is not high enough to be treated with medication. The Serenity Study at UH is being funded through a grant from the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute and is being conducted in collaboration with Kent State University and the University of Pennsylvania. The study is designed to test whether stress management training can help lower blood pressure among individuals with pre-hypertension. Ninety participants will be sought. Learn more about this research study.