Apr 16, 2019
Two very different worlds
collide inside the Inner Circle this week. Dr. Neeja Bakshi,
founder of Park Integrative Health and Director of Business
Integration, Heather Gazley, join the show to talk about how their
two very different approaches of Eastern and Western medicine have
come together to create a network of support and empowerment in
health. They discuss the importance of education, how Park
Integrative Health came to be, the challenges they have faced along
the way and the most common ailments they see.
What You’ll Hear in This Episode:
these two ladies brought Eastern and Western medicine under the
Neeja’s journey first into massage which led to her interest in
nutrition and eventually opening a clinic.
- Heather’s desire to combine her love of
education, sports and offering her unique gift to the world that
brought her to Park Integrative Health.
the vision was upon opening Park Integrative Health, and how they
find the balance to solidify as what they view as the ideal
they find the right team members to fit into the staff of Park
they say to those on either side that doubt and question the
pairings of two usually diverse worlds.
Neeja’s commitment to continued education and experience so she can
best talk to her patients about exploring all of their
- Heather’s belief that “alternative” medicine is
actually part of a whole that creates a holistic treatment to
the term “holistic” has become a taboo in the world of Western
big changes in the healthcare industry shifting from more reactive
and acute health care to preventative care.
about the epidemic of chronic fatigue and burnout, including the
challenge of diagnosis and treatment.
two big barriers to integrative health: cost and fear.
it’s a red flag when a practitioner believes they are cure-all for
depression and stress manifest in the body, and how much diet and
stress reduction has to play in the condition.
common sense of health and lifestyle habits that really make a
difference and keep our bodies in balance.
- Carrie’s own experience with acupuncture and a
release of stored emotion.
women should be responsible for within their own health care and
advocating for themselves.
it is hard for women to come to their physician or practitioner and
admit that they aren’t able to do it all.
a living example of incorporating things from all different
want to empower our patients.”
not about East and West — it’s about opening up the
a therapeutic relationship to work, there must be give and take on
are the person in control of your health care and you are your own
Park Integrative Health
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