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Trumbull medical practice adds complementary wellness therapies

By Fairfield County Integrative Family Medicine and Healing Therapies


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Trumbull, CT - Tonya Cremin, DO, announces that she has introduced complementary healing and wellness therapies to her Trumbull-based family medical practice. This expansion also includes the renaming of the practice to Fairfield County Integrative Family Medicine and Healing Therapies, and the launch of a new website, integrativefamilypracticect.com.

Drawing on her years of experience as an osteopathic family physician, and her extensive training in alternative healing, Dr. Cremin launched a selection of alternative therapies – from yoga to manual lymphatic drainage – to provide a whole-life approach to preventive healthcare and care of chronic and acute conditions, tailored to the healthcare needs of each patient. Various classes will also be offered, many which are free to the general public.

Wellness therapies that are offered include massage, yoga, Reiki/healing touch therapy, acupuncture, guided imagery, reflexology, and manual lymphatic drainage. All therapeutic sessions and classes are provided by licensed, certified practitioners in each of their respective fields.

Classes scheduled for the summer of 2012 include:

· Yoga, Mondays 12pm-1pm ($10 per class)

· Intro to Meditation Series, Thursdays, July 5-August 2, 10am-10:45am ($45), Drop-ins welcome (individual classes $10 each)

· Relax, Detox and Enhance Your Body's State of Wellness with Reflexology and Manual

Lymphatic Drainage, Tuesday, August 21, 6:30-7:30pm (free)

As a board-certified Physician of Osteopathic Medicine (DO), Dr. Cremin has always believed in treating the whole patient — body, mind and spirit. Osteopathic physicians are medical doctors, however they add a level of diagnosis and treatment by using gentle manipulation and healing touch, in addition to western medical practices, to correct bone, joint, soft tissue, and muscle misalignments. “From babies to senior citizens, we enhance the patient’s care of traditional medicine with our hands-on approach to diagnosis,” Dr. Cremin said. “By adding complementary alternative therapies, now—when desired—patients and the general public have the opportunity to find healing in any one of our integrative wellness therapies, which are designed to heal and soothe the spirit and mind as well as the body.”

Fairfield County Integrative Family Medicine and Healing Therapies, is located at 2 Corporate Drive, Suite 110, just off of Monroe Turnpike in Trumbull, CT. For those interested in more information about or to make an appointment or register for a class, call 203-445-9060 or visit the website http://www.integrativefamilypracticect.com.




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