1. What makes the Ntegrated Health Group different?
Ntegrated Health Group has taken exceptional practitioners from their respective fields and combined them under one roof to create a fully integrated healthcare team. Unlike any other health group out there, all members of Ntegrated Health Group meet weekly to discuss mutual patients, gain input into treatment alternatives and decide what the optimal multidisciplinary treatment approach should be. For our practitioners, the benefit of working as an integral part of a world class training facility is twofold. First, they have an opportunity to benefit from our extensive knowledge in the field of creating the perfect client experience. Second, our health and fitness philosophy combined with their extensive collective expertise creates a wholesome product for the patient that is without a parallel in the industry.
2. Do I need to be a member of Studeo 55 to use the services at Ntegrated Health Group?
No. The Ntegrated Health Group is happy to welcome and treat any and all patients. Although we are located within the Studeo 55 facility downtown, patients are not required to be a member of the Studeo 55.
3. Is there parking?
Yes. There is FREE parking provided for all Ntegrated Health Group patient appointments. Parking lot is located on P4 level underneath the building. The entrance is located in the back alley between Burrard and Hornby and can be accessed from either Smithe or Robson streets.
4. What is Holistic Nutrition?
Holistic Nutrition is essentially ‘looking at a person as a whole – attempting to bring balance to all areas of the person’s life by observing dietary intake, supplements and lifestyle.’
Jana’s personal skill set allows her to coach in specific health conditions, optimizing wellness, and educating in special diets as well as general nutrition.
5. What credentials does a Chiropractor have?
Chiropractors obtain a first professional Doctorate degree in the field of Chiropractic. The curriculum content of North American Chiropractic and Medical Colleges with regard to basic and clinical sciences has been more similar than not to that of Medical School, both in the kinds of subjects offered and in the time assigned to each subject.
Accredited chiropractic programs in Canada require that applicants have at least 90 semester hours of undergraduate education with a grade point average of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. Many programs require at least three years of undergraduate education, and more are requiring a bachelor’s degree. Canada requires a minimum three years of undergraduate education for applicants, and at least 4800 instructional hours (or the equivalent) of full‐time Chiropractic education for matriculation through an accredited chiropractic program.