Chapel Hill Integrative Medicine Associates expands integrative medicine offerings

Chapel Hill Integrative Medicine Associates announces the expansion of its integrative medicine family medicine practice. This is with the addition of Dr. Steven Landau. Dr. Landau will join CHIMA's team of healthcare professionals that includes experts in family medicine, women's health, acupuncture, nutrition, and massage therapy. The release tells us:

Prior to joining Chapel Hill Integrative Medicine Associates, Dr. Landau held a position as an attending physician at Johnston Memorial Hospital's Kenly Family Clinic for 20 years. He is board certified in Family Medicine and Holistic Medicine. Dr. Landau is a registered yoga instructor and serves on the Yoga Alliance board of directors. He is president of the Ananda Marga Universal Relief Team and has done medical missions around the world. He speaks five languages fluently, including Spanish and French.

"Steven is a wonderful addition to our team. His lifelong commitment to community service, his experience in holistic medicine, and his ability to speak many languages make him an ideal match for our practice and out patients," said , M.D., Ph.D., CHIMA's Medical Director. "We welcome Steven wholeheartedly and are excited to introduce him to the Chapel Hill community."

About Chapel Hill Integrative Medicine Associates (CHIMA) Chapel Hill Integrative Medicine Associates is housed within the Integrative Health Center of Chapel Hill, and provides primary care and specialty care services to its patients. The Center brings traditional primary care physicians, women's health specialists, acupuncturists, nutrition specialists, headache experts and others together in a collaborative environment to optimize patient care.

CHIMA's established team of healthcare professionals includes: Remy Coeytaux, M.D., Ph.D. (Integrative Medicine); Steven Landau, M.D. (Family Medicine); Wunian Chen, M.D., L.Ac (Acupuncture); Gary Asher, M.D. (Family Medicine); Leslie Fischer, Ph.D., M.P.H, R.D. (Nutrition); Jeannette Lager, M.D. (Women's Health); Sharon Moksha Kolman, L.M.B.T., Norma Ferrell, L.M.B.T. and Jane Tozier, R.N. (Care Coordination). Pioneering a new financial model for medical practices, CHIMA strives to provide affordable care where patients pay a flat fee of $50 for all primary care visits and $80 for specialty medicine visits. Chapel Hill Integrative Medicine Associates is currently accepting new patients. For more information, visit www.chapelhilldoctors.com.
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