Our guest Charlene Dimond is the founder of Integra Nurse. Working in pediatric nursing, (emergency care & intensive care) Charlene saw a disconnect in the compassion aspect of care given to parents of her patients. After having children of her own, Charlene shifted her focus to helping parents cope with the difficulties associated with pediatric nursing when she developed an interest in holistic care.
Stepping outside the conventional medical system, Charlene mentions the growth of holistic care and integrative health models throughout the nation. Addressing the different aspects of health, holistic health is challenging conventional medicine and bringing back ancient practices to address health in a safe and non-addictive manner. Holistic health methods include
- Opiod-Free Pain Relievers
- Guided Imagery
- Essential Oils
Charlene mentions the different ways nurses can get involved in holistic medicine. From helping children understand the benefits of integrative medicine to working in chiropractic offices, there are plenty of opportunities for nurses in integrative health, and Charlene helps her clients find them!
To get in touch with Charlene and learn more about her business, visit https://www.charlenedimond.com/ or connect with her on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/integranurse/
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- Family care & holistic modalities.
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