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  1. The Unique & Successful Connor Integrative Health Network at University Hospitals Is Not Your Typical Anything

    The Unique & Successful Connor Integrative Health Network at University Hospitals Is Not Your Typical Anything

    A new hospital department of Integrative Medicine can be vulnerable to becoming siloed and separate from general patient care.

    The genius of the Connor Integrative Network (CIHN) at University Hospitals of Cleveland is that, as a network, it can be everywhere, seamlessly woven into the fabric of everyday patient and employee care.

    Champions of Whole Health Care are either recruited from specialties at the hospital or are hired outright. They are first-rate providers, chosen for their expertise, skill, commitment, and compassion.

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  2. Our Latest Healing Imagery for Embracing a New Medicine Is Now Available!

    Our Latest Healing Imagery for Embracing a New Medicine Is Now Available!

    Well, it’s here and ready for release to the general public - Maurine Killough’s terrific new Guided Imagery for Embracing a New Medicine!  

    Maurine is a Certified Guided Imagery Practitioner and Clinical Hypnotist working with clients in the San Francisco Bay Area.

    She weaves imagery techniques with hypnosis and other approaches, to help people overcome challenges like stress, trauma, performance anxiety, and self-esteem issues. She also leads weekly meditation groups.  

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  3. 4 New Ask BRs on Dentistry, Picking Up a New Hobby, Christianity & More...

    4 New Ask BRs on Dentistry, Picking Up a New Hobby, Christianity & More...

    I’m 65, just took up golf, and everyone plays better than I do. This is rough on my concentration and confidence.  What do you suggest?  

    Dear BR,

    Do you have something for a golfer who took up the sport at 65? I am nervous when playing with better players and that keeps me from playing as well as I can. -M

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  4. Brand New Healing Imagery for Embracing a New Medicine!

    Brand New Healing Imagery for Embracing a New Medicine!

    When people fully embrace their treatment, whether that takes the form of pills or chemo or shots or skin patches, they add extra impetus to the healing action of their medicine.

    Guided imagery designed with just that purpose in mind – to help people wholeheartedly welcome a new medication into their bodies – can make a difference, because it can cohere the deep power of the whole person - mind, body, and spirit - to squeeze every ounce of benefit out of that medicine.

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  5. Docs Recommend Surgery for My Sister's Diabetes & High Blood Pressure but I Want Her to Try a Less Invasive Approach. What Do You Suggest?

    Docs Recommend Surgery for My Sister's Diabetes & High Blood Pressure but I Want Her to Try a Less Invasive Approach.  What Do You Suggest?

    Good morning!

    My sister is currently suffering from diabetes II, chronic kidney disease (stage 2) and the doctors are unable still to get her blood pressure under control. While the doctors are suggesting that she have surgery to help with weight loss that will reverse the conditions mention above, I have suggested to my sister that an integrative approach is best. This thought process led me to your site. I have used your products in the past and have been satisfied. Which combination of CDs do you suggest my sister may benefit from given the aforementioned medical issues.

    Thank you in advance for your guidance.

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  6. New Guided Imagery Research Looks Good for Smoking Cessation, Dialysis, Post-Op Pain, Sedation Alternatives for Kids, Motor Recovery for Stroke & Parkinsons, and Easing Phantom Limb Pain

    New Guided Imagery Research Looks Good for Smoking Cessation, Dialysis, Post-Op Pain, Sedation Alternatives for Kids, Motor Recovery for Stroke & Parkinsons, and Easing Phantom Limb Pain

    Hello again.

    I’ve been noticing a nice uptick in guided imagery research lately – both in terms of studies that explore its efficacy in new or renewed areas, such as smoking cessation, dialysis, and hospice care – and with the appearance of systematic reviews, a sure sign that enough trials have been published to warrant an overview.

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  7. How Can I Use Guided Imagery to Make My Surgery More Successful?

    How Can I Use Guided Imagery to Make My Surgery More Successful?

    Hello Belleruth,

    I am having revision knee surgery soon and want to do everything that I can to get through it. The first surgery was very painful and unsuccessful. This time to enhance my recovery and pain control I would like to listen to your meditations/music during surgery.

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  8. What Guided Imagery Titles Do You Recommend for a Teen Having Wisdom Teeth Extracted?

    What Guided Imagery Titles Do You Recommend for a Teen Having Wisdom Teeth Extracted?

    Before my surgery, I was in a complete panic. My treatment team at Cancer Treatment Centers of America gave me your Successful Surgery CD, and it saved me. . .

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  9. Can Guided Imagery Calm a Scared Little Girl Facing Surgery?

    Can Guided Imagery Calm a Scared Little Girl Facing Surgery?

    Can you recommend guided imagery for my daughter, who is anxious and frightened over upcoming surgery?

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  10. Does Guided Imagery Keep Very Young Kids Still During an MRI? Yup.

    Does Guided Imagery Keep Very Young Kids Still During an MRI? Yup.

    A pilot study in the American Journal of Maternal & Child Nursing investigated whether guided imagery could help a kid undergoing MRI . . .

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