Integrative Care for Cancer Patients & Survivors
Find Relief from Side Effects
Integrative care helps minimize the side effects of cancer treatment such as fatigue, anxiety, neuropathy, nausea, and hot flashes. A growing body of research from the National Institutes of Health and top medical institutions like Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center supports the benefits of integrative medicine.
“Nearly half of cancer patients report having a lot of distress,” according to the National Cancer Institute.
To reduce anxiety and pain, Bodywork is recommended by current oncology guidelines. It also helps improve sleep and eases depression and fatigue.
“Ha.Lé is a healing refuge. They helped calm my anxiety and ease my discomfort during and after cancer treatment.” – LYNN M.
Feel better and reconnect to yourself.
Acupuncture helps treat many of the most common side effects of cancer including anxiety, neuropathy, nausea, and hot flashes.
Also, Mind Body Therapy helps decrease anxiety and increase energy levels. Our mind body therapist is certified through the American Cancer Association.
As a cancer survivor, Ha.Le’s certified life coach draws from her own experience to offer a safe space for you to reconnect to yourself and engage in mindful growth.
And for thousands of years, patients have benefited from the ancient Chinese medicine practice of qigong. Today, top medical programs around the world offer qigong as a complementary therapy to improve anxiety, numbness, dizziness, and fatigue.