Helene M. Langevin, MD, Director, Osher Center for Integrative Medicine
Dr. Helene Langevin sits down with Boston College’s The Heights to share how the Osher Center created its online Integrative Medicine Network Map. While common therapies such as yoga, acupuncture and tai chi can be categorized within integrative medicine, researchers and the public alike are curious to understand whether they work and how they work. The interactive network map identifies and creates links between the many institutions across Boston where the science behind these therapies is being explored.
Peter Wayne, PhD, Research Director, Osher Center for Integrative Medicine
Loss of mobility is a primary concern for individuals with Parkinson’s Disease (PD), leading to reduced ability to accomplish functional tasks, impaired balance, increased fall risk, and an overall reduced quality of life. Exercise is an integral part of the management of PD, but optimal types and regimes of exercise have yet to be defined.
Watch the 5-minute video to learn more about how Tai Chi can impact the lives of individuals with Parkinson’s Disease.
Presentation by Matt T. Bianchi, MD, PhD, MMSc
Thursday, November 13, 2014
Shapiro Breakout Room
Brigham and Women’s Hospital
70 Francis Street
Boston, MA 02215
Dr. Bianchi’s major clinical focus is currently on the two most common sleep disorders, insomnia and sleep apnea, with particular emphasis on the complex relationship between sleep physiology and subjective symptoms. Dr Bianchi has published in research topics spanning electrophysiology, statistics, decision theory, and sleep medicine.
Event details here.
Helene M. Langevin, M.D Director, Osher Center for Integrative Medicine Dr. Langevin discusses the impact of stress on women’s mental and physical health, as well as non-medical and medical approaches for relieving the symptoms arising from stress. Read the article and watch the video discussion here. (more…)