Pediatric Integrative Medicine
Ridgeview Specialty Clinic–Pediatric Integrative Medicine offers conventional assessment and treatment services for children and teens as well as the best in complementary nondrug strategies. Drawing on a variety of healing traditions, pediatric integrative medicine blends the best of conventional and complementary therapies in a personalized plan that best fits each child and family.
Providers consider a child’s health from a holistic perspective—whether it is prevention, concerns of general wellness, or care for complex, ongoing illness—and embraces a philosophy of pediatric care involving partnership of patients, families, practitioners and community services. The integrative medicine program offers innovative, holistic care for the whole child—mind, body and spirit—while identifying and supporting each individual’s natural healing capacities.
Under the direction of developmental/behavioral pediatrician Timothy Culbert, MD, FAAP, the clinic’s core staff includes licensed psychologists, a licensed teacher and a pediatric nurse practitioner, as well as licensed health care professionals who specialize in complementary therapies.
Who can benefit from this care?
Children and teens with these conditions benefit from integrative care:
- Emotional difficulties
- Learning disabilities
- Autism spectrum disorders
- Behavior challenges
- Sleep problems
- Chronic pain
- Stress management
- Adjustment to chronic illness
- Toileting problems
Two Twelve Medical Center
111 Hundertmark Road, Suite 470, Chaska, MN 55318
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.