We are a collaborative platform for integrative, holistic, and functional medicine practitioners to practice under one roof. We offer personalized integrative healthcare, research in the field of holistic medicine, and empowering education for patients and practitioners alike.
Located at the border of North and South Carolina just a few miles south of Ballantyne, Integra Wellness Center serves the greater Charlotte, North Carolina area including residents from Fort Mill, Lancaster and Rock Hill, South Carolina.
Our center hosts primary care and urgent care traditional medicine, a research complex, a wellness holistic therapy center, yoga class/yoga therapy studio, ayurvedic services and a community room venue.
We practice patient-centered, individualized and comprehensive care combining the best technologies and practices from both conventional medicine and integrative practices.
We provide collaborative, integrative, holistic, multidisciplinary and multi-modality care with compassion and attention. In our modern medical world, care is often geared towards compartmentalizing a patient’s symptoms and organ systems and treating each symptom with a specific drug, therapy or procedure. While this band-aid approach can work sometimes, it is not ideal for chronic and complex situations. At Integra Wellness, we strive to uncover the underlying cause of disease symptoms and address the imbalance at a root physiologic, metabolic, and biopsychological level while incorporating the best strategies from multiple disciplines.
We provide an academic educational platform that delivers novel, science-based, holistic approaches to wellness at a local, national, and international level geared towards educating other practitioners as well as patients. We offer conferences, workshops, and are working towards developing a web-based learning portal.
We endeavor to further the body of research within the domains of conventional, integrative, and functional medicine with our expert group of research specialists within our state-of-the-art research center. Current ongoing trials include asthma, multiple sclerosis, COPD, gout, myocardial infarction, irritable bowel syndrome, Crohn’s disease, shingles, hyperlipidemia, and diabetes.