PEDIATRIC INTEGRATIVE MEDICINE

Fellowship Program

Program Faculty

Pediatric Integrative Medicine Fellowship Program Director; Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics - Gastroenterology at LPCH Stanford
Pediatric Integrative Medicine Fellowship Associate Program Director; Pediatric Pulmonary Fellowship Program Director; Clinical Professor of Pediatrics - Pulmonary Medicine at LPCH Stanford
Clinical Assistant Professor, Pediatrics - Rheumatology
Clinical Associate Professor, Pediatrics - General Pediatrics
(650) 725-8314

Fellows

2018-19

Jenna Arruda, MD

 

Integrative Medicine (IM)

Integrative medicine (IM) can be defined as an approach to the practice of medicine that makes use of the best available evidence taking into account the whole person (body, mind, and spirit), including all aspects of lifestyle. Integrative medicine is an emerging field that emphasizes the combination of both conventional and alternative approaches to address the biological, psychological, social and spiritual aspects of health and illness. It emphasizes respect for the human capacity for healing, the importance of the relationship between the practitioner and the patient, a collaborative approach to patient care among practitioners, and the practice of conventional, complementary, and alternative health care that is evidence-based.

Treatment modalities included in this definition include but are not limited to: dietary supplements, botanicals, mind body therapies, stress reduction, movement therapies, whole systems healing traditions such as Traditional Chinese Medicine and Ayurveda, and diet counseling.

Join us and take the next step in your education



Contact Us

Program Director
Ann Ming Yeh, MD
T: 650-723-5070
annming@stanford.edu

Program Mailing Address

Office of Pediatric Education
Sara Salem, Coordinator
300 Pasteur Drive
Grant Bldg, S224
Stanford, CA 94305

T: 650-736-3698
Fax: 650-498-8235