LIGHTNING RELEASES: Pewaukee, WI (2/5/2014)– What would it feel like to be truly healthy? It’s ultimately what we’re all looking for, but traditional medicine would prefer we simply manage our symptoms. If we want to experience real health care – health care that’s educational, empowering and cost-effective – treating the underlying cause of our symptoms to promote healing should be the primary objective.
Since 2001, the Ommani Center for Integrative Medicine has restored health and healing to patient by integrating traditional medicine with complementary modalities to address the causal issues that lead to illness. Led by its founder and medical director Dr. Rose Kumar, a Stanford trained internist, the center has elevated the standard of care for integrative medicine, boasting one of the most therapeutically effective and cost-effective healthcare models in the country.
“This is what I call ‘common sense medicine,’” says Dr. Kumar. “You can’t cure anything if you don’t understand its cause. Traditional medicine is not set up for that. People are hungry and they’ve only grown hungrier for this level of care.”
Dr. Kumar defines the center as the prototype for integrative medicine. In addition to traditional internal/family medicine, the practice employs highly skilled, certified practitioners in Chinese medicine, classical homeopathy, psychotherapy, Jungian analysis, nutrition, yoga therapy, massage therapy and Reiki. The clinic utilizes Dr. Kumar’s innovative Four Body System™, a diagnostic framework that considers the mental, emotional and energy body, as well as the physical body.
“Our society perceives illness as something we have to go to war with,” explains Dr. Kumar. “That’s the furthest thing from the truth. With a more expanded framework we can heal and be more fulfilled and live with a deeper level of meaning.”
The Ommani Center specializes primarily in patients who have entered their midlife. Women, who comprise the majority of the center’s patients, experience profound changes during these years. Dr. Kumar is the author of Becoming Real: Harnessing the Power of Menopause for Health and Success.
“I have a passion for women’s health,” says Dr. Kumar. “I recognized women were underserved by traditional models. I wrote Becoming Real to offer midlife women a framework that teaches them self-care at the Four Body System™ level. It makes it easier for women to safely navigate through this process and pass through the gateway of their midlife healthy.”
Close-Up Talk Radio will feature Dr. Rose Kumar in a two-part interview with Jim Masters on February 7th at 11am EST and with Doug Llewelyn at 12:30pm EST.
Listen to the show www.blogtalkradio.com/closeuptalkradio. If you have a question for our guest, call (347) 996-3389.
For more information on Dr. Rose Kumar and the Ommani Center for Integrative Medicine, visit http://www.ommanicenter.com.