An Integrated Personal Approach to Mental Health
In the belief that the human body, mind, and spirit are connected as one integral whole, The Center for Human Holistics™ is dedicated to a thoughtful, integrated approach to the health and wellbeing of its patients.
Drawing from a broad spectrum of both allopathic and alternative healing traditions, we work in partnership with each patient to develop a holistic plan of care that attends to the multi-faceted needs of the whole person.
The care we offer weaves together the many remarkable scientific advancements of the past decades with the timeless principles of the art of medicine that have developed over many hundreds of years. While care within the traditional health care system has become increasingly technological, specialized and fragmented, we take a broad and comprehensive view of each patient so that treatment can respond to all aspects of illness to promote maximum balance and overall health.
This approach is especially important at a time when the fast-paced, high-stress pressures of modern life have led to an increase in many chronic conditions and stress illnesses along with a notable decline in general health and wellbeing.
We are deeply committed to the notion that the art of careful listening, respecting each individual’s innate wisdom, and empowering each person to engage in their own care, is a vital part of the healing process.
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS), a safe and effective treatment for resistant depression.
During a transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) procedure, a magnetic field generator, or “coil” is placed near the head of the person receiving the treatment. The coil produces small electric currents in the region of the brain just under the coil via electromagnetic induction, this magnetic field causes electric current to flow in the prefrontal cortex via electromagnetic induction. TMS is a safe and effective treatment for resistant depression.
The Center for Human Holistics™ was founded in 2001 by Keith G. Lowenstein, MD and Shelley P. Lowenstein, MD.