Seeking Input of Integrative Therapy Practitioners
CONNECT & THRIVE (CAT) is seeking the input of integrative health practitioners and providers via a short SurveyMonkey survey to better understand their offerings and needs. CAT is a social impact company for breast, ovarian, endometrial (uterine) and cervical cancer previvors (those that are at risk for these diagnoses), patients and survivors.
CAT offers access to reputable and affordable practitioners (services) and providers (products) that can help women prevent the occurrence of cancer, navigate a cancer diagnosis through to survivorship and prevent the recurrence of cancer. CAT was created for women to connect and enter into secure transactional financial engagements with a carefully curated community of practitioners and providers that can help them thrive. CAT’s focus is on holistic health—supplementing conventional medicine with such integrative therapies as acupuncture, exercise, massage, meditation, nutrition and diet, psychotherapy, reiki and yoga.
“When it comes to the treatment of women’s cancers, there has traditionally been a dichotomy between Western and Eastern medicine,” says CEO and founder Christine G. Anastos. “This is further exacerbated by the fact that the majority of research and funding for these diseases is focused on diagnosis, treatment and cure as opposed to prevention and healing. It is time to stop focusing on remission as a cure by supplementing conventional medicine with practitioners that specialize in integrative therapies.”
For more information, call 617-501-1541. Visit SurveyMonkey.com/r/RPDFFZB to take the survey.