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Located within The Center for Holistic Medicine in West Bloomfield, Michigan, Healing the Whole Child offers children and parents a new way to view medicine and their children’s health.
Healing the Whole Child is a holistic pediatric practice that strives to:
- Maximize the health of infants, children and adolescents.
- Help children with illness to heal, striving to correct the root cause of the illness.
- Support each child’s individual biochemistry through improved nutrition, removal of toxins and pathogens, and restoration of balance and function.
- Guide and empower parents to make informed decisions and take an active role in their children’s medical care
- Teach children and parents to appreciate their bodies and how to establish and maintain a lifetime of good health.
“Some of my friends laugh about how I feel about ‘my kids’ doctor’ but they really don’t get that you don’t just ‘doctor’ my kids – you treat all of us – individually, as well as a whole. I have always felt that you see us , not just as textbook cases, but as people.” – Aviva Gelberman
Healing the Whole Child is for:
- A child of parents who are interested in natural methods for preventing illness
- A child whose parents want to maximize his/her health
- A child with a chronic, recurrent, or unexplained illness
A holistic approach is particularly helpful for children with many common illnesses such as:
- Recurrent infections such as colds, ear infections, sinus infections, etc…
- Allergies – food and environmental
- Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Behavioral problems
- Emotional problems, like depression, anxiety, sadness, and anger issues
- Recurrent abdominal pain
- Constipation and Diarrhea
- Irritable Bowel and Inflammatory bowel Disease
- Gastroesophageal Reflux (GERD)/ Heartburn
- Developmental delays and Learning difficulties
- Diabetes and Other Autoimmune Disorders
- Recurrent Headaches
- Recurrent Nosebleeds
- Yeast Infections
- And many other chronic, recurrent or inflammatory conditions