Movement and Cancer Pocket Guide

Resting to conserve energy may seem like the right thing to do when you have cancer. After all, the body and mind are facing the stresses of diagnosis, treatment, and side effects. In the past, doctors did not generally recommend physical activity for people with cancer. But that has changed. Today, your treatment plan is much more likely to include some form of exercise. Aerobic endurance, strength, and flexibility are important benefits of being physically active during and after treatment. Endorphins released during exercise can reduce pain, while fresh air and solitude can provide a break from feeling like a patient rather than a person.

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Chemotherapy-induced Peripheral Neuropathy (CIPN) Pocket Guide

Peripheral neuropathy (PN) is numbness, tingling and pain in the hands, feet, fingers and toes and is often caused by cancer treatment.

Integrative Health to Chronic Kidney Disease

An Integrative Health Approach to Chronic Kidney Disease

A diagnosis of chronic kidney disease (CKD) is an indication that your kidneys are damaged and are unable to filter the blood at a normal rate. Learn more about Chronic Kidney Disease by downloading in-depth guide.


Creating Positive Change

Creating Positive Change is an interactive tool that helps you plan and take action on what needs to change in your life.


Building the Confidence to Change a Habit

Changing habits can be hard! If the long months of pandemic isolation have sapped your confidence and will to change, these quick journaling exercises may help.

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Treating Migraines Pocket Guide

Adding integrative modalities into your conventional treatment plan can augment migraine prevention and decrease the frequency and intensity of their migraine headaches.