Welcome

Healing RocksGlobal Integrative Medicine (GIM) utilizes a holistic “whole-person” treatment approach.  We utilize Integrative Medicine in our methods which is a bridge between conventional medical care and alternative health care. Integrative medicine encompasses the good from both models of health care.

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    • GIM realizes that each person is a unique entity with its own genetic makeup and therefore the treatment is tailored and unique to each patient.
    • GIM focuses on treating not only the physical problems, but also the mind and spirit.
    • GIM utilizes various styles of assisting a patient with processing emotional blockages without continuing to re tell the trauma over and over. Some of the therapies include mind-body techniques, applied kinesiology, traditional Chinese medicine and many more.
    • GIM believes in promoting our patients to live the best lives possible. Life coaching is also available to assist our clients with reaching their personal and professional goals with the support of a licensed professional.

Dr. Matesa Pringle

Dr. Matesa PringleDr. Matesa Pringle is a naturopathic physician who practices in Mesa, Arizona. She practices alternative medicine as well as traditional medicine and serves the East Valley cities of Gilbert, Chandler, Scottsdale, Tempe, Apache Junction, Queen Creek, Phoenix, and even has some patients who travel from West Valley!

Berry Good!

Blueberries are considered one of the healthiest foods that you can eat. In the American diet blueberries are considered to be one of the most powerful antioxidants that we can consume. Read more »

Corydalis

Do you live an alternative lifestyle and suffer through pain or headaches because you don’t feel comfortable taking over the counter pain relievers such as Tylenol or Ibuprofen? There are many natural pain relievers out there. Corydalis, also known as Chinese Poppy, is one of them. Scientists have isolated a unique compound found inside Corydalis called DHC-B. DHC-B works for individuals with chronic pain, inflammation and even nerve pain. Read more »