Ohio State Integrative Medicine heals the whole person

We 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, Ayurvedic medicine, Chinese medicine and many other fields. With public interest in complementary health care continuing to grow, we offer acupuncture, mind-body medicine, including meditation 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.

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Integrated health and wellness classes can help improve your well-being

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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Comprehensive treatments to heal the mind, body and spirit

Ohio State’s specially trained physicians and practitioners blend complementary and conventional treatments and therapies to heal the mind, body and spirit.

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Our Team

The Division of Integrative Medicine boasts a wide array of nationally recognized practitioners.

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Integrative Medicine Resources

Ohio State offers complementary resource guides and recordings.

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What is osteopathic manipulative medicine?

Selim Sheikh, DO, MBA, explains what osteopathic manipulative medicine is as well as how Ohio State’s physicians approach the body in a holistic way during treatments.

Pain management without medication

Selim Sheikh, DO, MBA, explains how his work could help the recent opioid problem by decreasing pain in a non-pharmaceutical way.

Meet acupuncturist David Wang, PhD, RAc

David Wang, PhD, RAc, is an acupuncturist in Integrative Medicine at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. Here, he describes his approach to patient care and the common issues he treats with acupuncture.

Why Ohio State for massage therapy?

Michele Mack, LMT explains that here at Ohio State, we have a variety of different types of therapists specially trained to treat patients in ways that are best for them.

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