Healing Sound: Could Sound Therapy Be Right for You?

Shenita Sanders, sound therapy

Ancient holistic approaches to healing the body and mind have always existed, quietly closeted under the nebulous label of alternative medicine. Sound – or vibration therapy – dates back to earliest recorded times. Jubal, the “father of those that play the harp and flute,” is identified in the opening chapters of the biblical Genesis account. … Read more

Restoring Mind, Body and Spirit

See Dr. Yusuf Saleeby of Carolina Holistic Medicine. Carolina Holistic Medicine has offices in Mount Pleasant and Murrells Inlet, South Carolina.

Restoring your health and wellness using predictive biomarker testing, proper nutrition and hormone balance, Carolina Holistic Medicine embodies the concept of the whole person, using functional medicine that brings the physical and mental aspects of your life into equilibrium. Yusuf Saleeby, M.D., a graduate of the Medical College of Georgia, is a thyroid specialist who … Read more

Getting Patients to Buy in to Alternative Health

A patient receives a dry needling treatment

Hocus pocus? Ineffective? Too expensive? Not backed by scientific research? A waste of time, energy and money? The reasons Dr. Jeffrey Farricielli, who practices at the Center for Regenerative Medicine in Mount Pleasant, said his patients give for being unwilling to try alternative medicine approaches are varied, but most of them boil down to the … Read more

Holistic Ways to Cure Foot Pain

A podiatrist makes an injection on a patient's foot

When you’re dealing with chronic foot or ankle pain, you want answers. Sometimes the easiest answer is surgery – but is it really the “easiest?” Dr. Rahn Ravenell with Coastal Podiatry wants people to know that surgery is not the only way to cure chronic foot or ankle pain. He has been practicing regenerative medicine […]

Complementary Medicine

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Western medicine evolves. Seeing patients as a collection of symptoms and diseases to be cured is giving way to a more preventive method of keeping them well through lifestyle changes. This holistic approach has long been used by Eastern medicine and, for many Americans – 30 percent of adults, according to federal data – complementary […]