Ohio State Integrative Medicine heals the whole person.

Red circle inside gray circle containing images of heart, apple, person, tennis racket and houseWe offer the best of both conventional and complementary medicine to promote optimal health, prevent and treat disease and meet each patient’s unique physical, emotional and spiritual health goals.

A key feature is our Integrative Medicine Clinic, which provides a rich scope of services and educational opportunities rarely found in traditional medical centers. Our nationally recognized practitioners include nurses, physicians, massage therapists and chiropractors with expertise in pediatrics, nutrition therapy, Chinese medicine and many other fields. With public interest in complementary health care continuing to grow, we offer acupuncture, mind-body medicine, music therapy and many other nontraditional therapies.

We also provide convenient access to the world-renowned scientists and clinicians at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center.


Integrative Medicine Services

Research shows that integrative medical care improves mood, promotes relaxation, optimizes overall health and reduces pain, fatigue, insomnia and the risk of chronic conditions. At the Ohio State University Integrative Medicine Clinic, our specially trained physicians and practitioners blend complementary and conventional treatments and therapies to heal the mind, body and spirit. Clinical services include:

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The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center offers many education opportunities through Ohio State Integrative Medicine. Education is the key to continually improving high quality, evidence-based integrative care. Ohio State Integrative Medicine provides a rich variety of educational opportunities in integrative health and wellness for all levels. 

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Research provides the foundation for advancing evidence-based integrative health care. The Ohio State University is among the nation’s leaders of integrative health and wellness research. 

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Ohio State Integrative Medicine offers a wide variety of classes that enhance your physical, emotional, mental, spiritual and social well-being. Classes include tai chi, meditation and beginner and more advanced yoga.

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To sign up for our monthly e-newsletter featuring the Center’s latest news, class schedules and free resources, email christine.junk@osumc.edu.

Our Leaders


Dr. Anton Borja

Medical Director, Ohio State Integrative Medicine; Clinical Assistant Professor, Family Medicine

I practice a healing-oriented approach that utilizes evidence-based treatments – both conventional and complementary. The holistic approach to medical care has been shown to be beneficial in decreasing pain, relieving anxiety and stress while improving the healing experience of patients.

Giles Mariann MD 3294

Mariann Giles, MD

Physician, Integrative Medicine

My passion is to help people achieve their optimal health. My practice blends traditional and holistic medicine, and incorporates supplements and other holistic modalities as needed. Through lifestyle and diet changes, my patients have experienced weight loss, eliminated prescription medications and alleviated chronic conditions.


Diane L. Habash, PhD, MS, RD, LD

Associate Director of Education, Center for Integrative Health and Wellness; Clinical Associate Professor, Division of Health Science and Medical Dietetics

I’ve studied and taught nutrition and integrative therapies for nearly four decades. I apply a process called "narrative practice" in my nutrition consults, because I believe a patient’s story is vital to understanding their path of achieving ultimate health and healing. I also support the many educational services, activities and trainings for healthcare professionals interested in integrative health and wellness.

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