“Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.” – World Health Organization
Nina Molin, M.D., embraces conventional and complementary disciplines to enhance optimum health through prevention and to support the treatment of symptoms, imbalances and disorders.
FOCUSING ON THE INDIVIDUAL
Dr. Molin has a comprehensive approach that utilizes the best of Western medicine integrated with the most current and effective complementary approaches in an environment of compassion and support of your individual well-being.
PREVENTION AND HEALTHY AGING
Since your physical, emotional and spiritual aspects, as well as your social and physical environment affect your overall health, Integrative Medicine treats the “whole person.” All of these aspects are important in the diagnosis and remedy of the root causes of symptoms, healing from illness, prevention of disease and navigating your health through your life, so you can create your life with balanced health, vitality and joy (ananda). With this approach, your symptoms have improved, you are feeling more alive, purposeful and in a place of well-being. Health is not just the absence of disease, it’s a positive, achievable model of vitality.
During a consultation western and complementary approaches may include recommendations for laboratory tests such as evaluation of nutritional status, hormone balance, cardiovascular, digestive and metabolic markers, or immune and inflammatory disorders, as well as include an understanding of behavioral and emotional influences and assessment of how best to nourish your unique physiology. Recommendations may also include behavioral and lifestyle variations including stress reduction techniques, exercise and diet, as well as medications and nutritional and herbal supplements.
ENHANCE VITALITY AND NOURISH SELF-HEALING
We have the ability to transform our own physiology for balance and cure. Our cells regenerate and how we live, think and act play an important part in this reshaping and renewal. Each day is an invitation to remember our innate well-being and joy.