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Next Step(R) Institute of Integrative Medicine, Inc. Takes Wellness to a New Level With 2008 Series of Wellness Weeks
Date:2/27/2008

Patients Take The Next Step To Enhance Body, Mind & Spirit

VAIL, Colo., Feb. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Embracing an innovative and integrative approach to healthcare, Next Step(R) Institute of Integrative Medicine, Inc., headquartered in the world-class resort destination of Vail, Colorado, has recently announced its 2008 series of life-changing Wellness Weeks scheduled now through December, 2008.

Next Step(R) Institute Wellness Weeks are six-night, five-day programs that promote physical, mental, and emotional well being to individuals, families, and groups throughout The United States and Canada, addressing the needs of patients suffering from physical illness, chronic pain, and for those wanting to establish and maintain healthy lifestyles. The organization offers healing experiences led by a team of four clinical directors, including renowned physicians and therapists, and more than 15 holistic practitioners. The organization's other locations include Palm Bay, Florida, and Ontario, Canada. Each program costs $8,900 per week, inclusive of accommodations at Two Thunderbirds Ranch.

"True wellness is best achieved when there is health and balance within the mind, body and spirit. Emotional health is key to this balance; it is what brings about true happiness, which we believe is achievable regardless of burden or physical challenges," says Executive Director Cathleen Brooks Weiss.

Each Wellness Week caters to no more than five or six patients with similar health challenges and goals. The program provides all patients with a review of medical records, more than ten hours of physician consultation, medical evaluations, a customized treatment plan, and follow up wellness plan. In addition to comprehensive sessions with medical doctors, patients are prescribed individual treatment plans that may integrate a spectrum of up to 25 holistic therapies, including the following:

-- Acupuncture

-- Breathwork

-- Chi
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