The mind/body connection: improving health through nontraditional approaches. Interview by Mary Jane Gore.

  • Jim Scott
  • Published 1997 in The Quality letter for healthcare leaders

Abstract

Sound, touch and other stimulants to the senses can trigger a visceral response that aids-or impedes-the healing process. At mind/body centers like the one at Mid-Columbia Medical Center, patients work with nontraditional forms of therapy that help them deal with their physical and mental health problems. 

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@article{Scott1997TheMC, title={The mind/body connection: improving health through nontraditional approaches. Interview by Mary Jane Gore.}, author={Jim Scott}, journal={The Quality letter for healthcare leaders}, year={1997}, volume={9 6}, pages={12-4} }