GWCIM will be switching to a new EMR system. Stay tuned!

Attention:  In the next four weeks we will be switching from our current electronic record system called Practice Fusion to the new system called CHARM.  You will receive an email invitation to join CHARM patient portal. Please do not ignore this message and precede with instructions. We strongly believe this step will improve our patient […]

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Alexander Technique Summer Offering

2-CLASS SUMMER SERIES *plus one 1/2 hour private lesson Tuesdays, May 22 and 29, 7:30-8:45 p.m. Cost $100 ALEXANDER REFRESHERS (suitable for those with some previous experience) Monday, June 11, 7-30-8:30 p.m. Monday, July 9, 7:30-9:30 p.m. Cost $30 To register, call or email: Mary Naden 301-588-5809 ml.naden@verizon.net

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Integrative medicine in the care of elders: Interview with author-clinician Mikhail Kogan, MD

by John Weeks, Publisher/Editor of The Integrator Blog News and Reports George Washington University integrative medicine leader Mikhail (Misha) Kogan, MD, was one of the first academicians to adopt  Dale Bredesen, MD’s ReCode protocol aimed at slowing down or reversing Alzheimers diseaseand cognitive decline. (Reed more)https://www.integrativepractitioner.com/whats-new/integrative-medicine-care-elders-interview-author-clinician-mikhail-kogan-md/

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ACP recommends integrative therapies for low back pain

Major development! American College of Physicians fully embraces integrative medicine therapies such as acupuncture, mindfulness, Yoga, Tai Chi, spinal manipulation and others for management of chronic low back pain. What is especially encouraging is that these methods are to be used as 1st line BEFORE any medications!  Click on the title below to read the […]

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GWCIM yoga therapist Yael Flusberg featured in GW Cancer Center magazine

Check out the inaugural issue of the GW Cancer Center, which has pooled resources from throughout GW to reimagine an end to cancer.  Check out the article on page 22-23 about the weekly class GWCIM yoga therapist Yael Flusberg has offered to people living with cancer for four years. Gentle yoga can strengthen the body […]

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Important film about chronic pain: “All The Rage: Saved by Sarno”

An important documentary movie by filmmaker Michael Galinsky entitled “All The Rage: Saved By Sarno” premiered in New York on November 12, 2016.  This film is about the ground breaking work of John E. Sarno, M.D. demonstrating that most common chronic musculoskeletal pain conditions occurring in the back, neck, shoulders, knees, feet, etc. are caused by […]

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Dr. Kogan reviewing Gwyneth Paltrow’s smoothie on Wash Post

WP:  “Dr. Mikhail Kogan, our medical supervisor for the video, works at George Washington University’s Center for Integrative Medicine. Kogan incorporates some alternative medicine practices into his treatments, so he’s a little more open to the ingredients found in Paltrow’s smoothie than we are. But even Dr. Kogan is skeptical about the cocktail.” To watch […]

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HeartMath Brings Relief By Connecting Heart, Mind and Emotions

An article by Dr. Ilana Seidel published in Natural Awakenings magazine. “Picture this scenario. A quickly beating heart, sweaty palms, shallow breath and focusing on one thing—staying alive. Driving downhill in Pittsburgh on black ice petrified him. His mentor, however, entered the office with a smile and calmly shook the snow off her boots. Notice […]

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European Mistletoe injections are now offered

We are happy to announce that we are now offering European Mistletoe (mistletoe) injections as a complementary treatment for individuals with qualifying diagnosis. More than a popular romantic symbol of love and fertility, mistletoe has been used throughout history to treat medical conditions from arthritis to seizures, and was even thought to be a healer […]

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Reiki volunteer practitioners marked 5,000th visit to the GWU hospital

GWCIM Reiki Master Teacher and Biofeedback Instructor Luann Jacobs and 43 trained volunteer Reiki practitioners who worked with her over the years celebrated their 5,000th visit to GWU Hospital to provide Reiki to patients, their families, and staff. Under the leadership of two forward-thinking and visionary doctors — John Pan, the founder of GWCIM, and […]

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