Updated: Feb 24
By Ana Soulia, PT, DPT | Missoula Health & Wellness Conversations
Today on Missoula Health and Wellness Conversations I get to sit down with Charlotte Creekmore, MSN, FNP-C of Folk Integrative. Charlotte is deeply interested in blending western medicine with complementary and holistic health practices. She has a great interest in holistic healthcare for men, women and children and is committed to the health of her family and yours.
On this Week's episode we discuss:
*How Folk Integrative was born
*Work/Life balance and finding this through private practice.
*The benefits and drawbacks of Telemedicine in the age of Covid-19
*How more time with patients helps make quality connections and fosters therapeutic alliance.
*The challenges and rewards of working with complex cases.
*The beauty of blending western medicine and holistic/integrative practices to tailor healthcare to the individual.
*I describe the Integrated Systems Model philosophy and how it's different from standard physical therapy treatment.
*Mindset and lifestyle factors that contribute to health
*We share our typical or ideal patients
*We discuss the value of having a direct line of communication with your healthcare provider.
*Charlotte discusses working with long hauler COVID-19 patients
*The value of a warm referral and helping patients find the providers that are right for them.
*How to contact each of us via website, email and phone number.
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If you're interested to learn more about the Integrative Physical Therapy Approach at Inertia Physiotherapy and you are in the Missoula area, call or text 406-880-7945 or visit www.InertiaPhysioMT.com to learn more about how we can help you get on the right path toward healing.
1001 S 4th St W Suite 4
Missoula, MT 59801