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Heals on Wheels (HoW)

Bringing whole-person, integrative care directly to communities in need

Community Programs for Integrative Chronic Pain Management

These community workshops feature a multidisciplinary team of integrative health providers teaching holistic strategies for chronic pain management. All of these workshops are held in community spaces – we bring the care to you!

If you think your organization would be a good fit for a Heals on Wheels workshop, please contact [email protected]

Our team continuously uses community feedback to develop and refine the curriculum to give back to the community. View further details about these workshops below.

Short, 45-90 min workshops providing a “taste” of integrative pain care.

A 4-week series of workshops offering a deeper dive into holistic strategies for chronic pain management.

If you think your organization would be a good fit for a Heals on Wheels Appetizer or Light Lunch workshop, please contact [email protected]

“Full Meal” - Easing Pain Group Medical Visits

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A series of eight, 2-hour long shared medical appointments providing education, experiential activities, and community support for people who experience chronic pain. Together the group explores various mind/body/spirit/environment strategies to manage and treat chronic pain and support the body’s natural healing capacity.

  • Easing Pain Holistically: Muscle and Joint Pain
  • Easing Pain Holistically: Headaches
  • Easing Pain Holistically: Emotions and Chronic Pain

Integrative Palliative Care

A pilot program, currently in development, bringing holistic services to families in need of palliative care.

If you would like more information or would like to enroll in one of the Group Medical Visits, please contact [email protected]

Heals on Wheels Team:

The Heals on Wheels Program is made possible by funding from the State of Minnesota, The Minnesota Visiting Home Nurses Association, and the George Family Foundation.