Integrative Medicine

Integrative medicine takes the whole person (mind, body, emotions, and spirit) into account, including all aspects of lifestyle.

Integrated Medicine

Integrative medicine is a branch of conventional medicine. We seek to identify root causes of your illness and address the whole person (mind, body, emotions, and spirit) in our approach to healing.

Integrative medicine emphasizes the therapeutic relationship between you and your medical provider. We will use all evidence-based therapies. That includes both conventional medicine and also complementary medicine. Here are some examples:

  • Nutrition assessment and counseling
  • Herbal Medicine
  • Vitamin and Supplement Counseling
  • Mind-Body-Emotions-Spirit integration and healing
  • Referral to complementary medicine providers such as our Acupuncture program, Somatic Experiencing, Reiki, Massage Therapy, and others
  • Referral to Health and Wellness Programs to support patients in social connection and making lifestyle changes
  • Complex medical assessments, assisting patients with
    • Polypharmacy (when people are on multiple medications)
    • Multiple Chronic Illnesses
    • Confusion about your diagnosis, or feeling overwhelmed by your medical visits

We have five integrative medicine providers who patients can see for integrative medicine (IM) consultations. In IM consultations, we will discuss many aspects of a patient’s life including: nutrition, physical activity/movement, sources of stress, relaxation practices, social connection and social support, meaning and purpose, pleasure and joy, and spirituality.

Our recommendations will address these areas and may include treatments such as mind-body therapies like guided imagery, progressive muscle relaxation, or meditation, complementary modalities like acupuncture, herbs, or supplements, as well as conventional medicine recommendations like cognitive behavioral therapy or medications.

Four of our Integrative Medicine Providers speak both English and Spanish.

Commonly Asked Questions

You can ask your Tapestry 360 Health primary care provider (PCP) to refer you for an integrative medicine consultation. Prior to your initial visit with an integrative medicine provider, you will be scheduled with a Behavioral Health Consultant (BHC) who will do an intake with you either in-person or telemedicine, asking you about areas of your life including sources of stress, nutrition, sleep, and physical activity.

The BHC will then schedule your first appointment with the integrative medicine provider. Only Tapestry 360 Health patients with an established primary care provider here can see integrative medicine providers for consultations.

The cost of the visit is the exact same as the cost of your regular visits with your primary care provider.

Learn more about our Integrative Medicine services:

Find Integrative Medicine services at:

Tapestry – Lakeview

3154 N Clark St
Chicago, IL 60657

833-471-5830

Tapestry – Touhy

2200 W Touhy Ave
Chicago, IL 60645

833-471-5841

Tapestry – Wilson

845 W Wilson Ave
Chicago, IL 60640

833-471-5846

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