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Wellness Institute

Learn about Cleveland Clinic initiatives to prevent illness and foster health.

About the Wellness Institute About the Wellness Institute
Learn who we are and what we do to promote wellness.
Executive Health Program Executive Health Program
Comprehensive, streamlined executive health physical exams and more.
Center for Integrative Medicine Center for Integrative Medicine
Combines the best of traditional medicine with research-proven complementary approaches.
Center for Lifestyle Medicine Center for Lifestyle Medicine
Nutrition, exercise, and stress management to reverse the effects of chronic disease.
Tobacco Treatment Center Tobacco Treatment Center
Support and resources to help you quit using tobacco, whether you smoke, dip, or chew.
Programs & Services Programs & Services
Explore programs & services including Childhood, Employee and Workplace Wellness, Go! Healthy and more
Patient Resources Patient Resources
Wellness resources for you: recipes, webchats, videos, events, newsletters and more!
Appointments & Locations Appointments & Locations
Make an appointment or find a location for our services.

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online health chats

TMJ & Migraine Pain Relief: A Chiropractic & Functional Medicine Approach

Tuesday, December 9, Noon to 1 p.m. with Melissa Young, MD and Andrew Bang, DC

TMJ and migraine pain can be debilitating for many people. This pain can often stem from overly tight muscles in your head, neck and shoulders. Certain chiropractic and functional medicine techniques can treat the muscular and bone problems that can cause this pain. Join our integrative medicine specialists as they discuss the causes, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment options for this type of pain.

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Are you on a gluten-free diet? What if gluten isn't the problem?

Kristin Kirkpatrick, manager of wellness nutrition services, discusses gluten-free diets.

Fresh From Appalachia: Chinese Medicinal Herbs

As traditional Chinese medicine is gaining acceptance in the U.S., farmers are responding to the demand. Jamie Starkey, LAc, comments.