“Medical procedures can be brutal on both mind and body. Whether it’s recovery from a triple heart bypass or side effects from chemotherapy and radiation, the resulting pain, discomfort, fatigue, anxiety and stress can zap your body’s strength and weaken your spirit. Supportive Therapy can help.“
– Debra Reis
Relaxation therapies have shown to give relief from acute and chronic discomfort, support the immune system, reduce anxiety and stress, and promote recovery from surgery.More details
This includes Nia, Ageless Grace and Imaginal Body movement. Nia is a fitness program blending elements from dance, martial arts and yoga to help build strength and flexibility.More details
We hadn’t heard about supportive therapies until becoming acquainted with author, speaker, and nurse practitioner, Debra Reis, MSN. She shared with us that as a nurse, she had been working in clinical settings and had witnessed first-hand the many wonders that modern medicine creates ever day. However, even with the advanced diagnostics and scientifically educated doctors and medical professionals, she felt that there was a piece missing.
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