Stanford Center for Integrative Medicine: Clinical Services for Mind and Body

Contacts

Location
Hoover Pavilion
211 Quarry Road, 2nd Floor, Suite 205
Palo Alto, CA 94304

Contact Information

Phone: (650) 498-5566
Fax: (650) 498-5640

Clinic Hours
Monday - Friday
8:30 am to 5:00 pm

Directions
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Integrative Medicine combines the best of "alternative" and complementary treatments with mainstream modern medicine and psychology to provide care for the whole person: mind and body. We are here to help you live more fully, cope better with your medical condition, control symptoms, and participate more fully in your medical care.
Started in 1998, the Stanford Center for Integrative Medicine (SCIM) is committed to evidence-based practices. Our multi-disciplinary team is composed of highly qualified:

Clinical Conditions Treated

Classes

New Patient Clinical Intake Form

When you arrive for your first appointment, you will be asked to complete an Integrative Medicine Clinical Intake Form. You should plan on arriving 20 minutes before your scheduled appointment time, to allow time for signing legal consents and making financial transactions. 

More General Information about Integrative Medicine

A reliable source of information about Integrative Medicine is the National Institute of Health's National Center for Complementary & Alternative Medicine (NCCAM) Web site.

Medical Director

Dr. David Spiegel, Willson Professor and Associate Chair of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, is Director of the research-focused Center on Stress and Health at Stanford University School of Medicine. He has authored more than 375 research papers and chapters in scientific journals and books, and numerous awards for his research on mind/body medicine. He co-authored Trance and Treatment (2004), a standard textbook on the clinical uses of hypnosis. Dr. Spiegel was featured on Bill Moyer's ground-breaking PBS series Healing and the Mind.

Information about Stanford's research on stress and health, mind/body medicine, and effectiveness of complementary treatments is available on the Stanford Psychosocial Treatment Laboratory site.

About Health Plan Coverage

Because coverage of integrative medicine clinical services varies widely among health plans, patients are responsible for payment of services. 

Insurance plans do not cover classes or massage. Please discuss your insurance eligibility and benefits when you schedule an appointment for clinical services. 

Payment for all self-pay services is expected prior to receiving the services.

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