New Treatments Available!

Northampton Integrative Medicine is pleased to announce the addition of subcutaneous peptide injections, NAD IV therapy, and skin and hair restoration and rejuvination services to our treatment protocols!

If you think you may benefit from a significant boost to your immune system, to help with chronic infections or autoimmune disorders, or want to improve your general well-being, you may want to discuss one of these treatments with your practitioner at your next office visit.

What is Integrative Medicine?

The field of integrative health and medicine reaffirms the importance of the relationship between practitioner and patient, focuses on the whole person, is informed by evidence, and makes use of all appropriate therapeutic approaches, healthcare professionals and professions to achieve optimal health and healing. Simply put, integrative health and medicine offer best practices for optimal health and healing. (source: aihm.org)

What Patients Say About Northampton Integrative Medicine

Client Testimonials
My autoimmune condition was reviewed by a few specialists, but no one was able to help me actually feel better.

Under the care at NIM, I have been able to really feel the very best I can.

Thank you,

~S.C.   female, age 45
Client Testimonials

I had NAD infusions.   My energy started to get better.  I'm able to do things now within a half hour of waking.

I now have energy all day and am able to accomplish so much more.

~female, age 69

Client Testimonials
I notice after she takes the peptide shots, she is unmistakably more energized, centered and tremendously more present!

~husband of patient
Client Testimonials
Warm, caring, authentic - -the most positive I've ever felt in working with a  medical professional.

~S. E.,  female, 71 y.o.
Client Testimonials
All staff are friendly, respectful and courteous.  I feel like I am listened to, have a say in my health plan and am well taken care of by knowledgeable practitioners.  Thank you!

~MC, 29 y.o. female
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