The Center for Integrative Health
The Center for Integrative Health includes three business entities that together provide for whole health services embracing the mind/body spiritual approach. The center features Simple Path Health & Wellness, providing naturopathic health solutions; Origins Health, & Wellness; specializing in behavioral health & PTSD, emphasizing therapeutic life choices; and the Lincoln Yoga Center, offering a wide variety of yoga classes, teacher training, and massage.
Our wellness approach is based on the Hettler Six Dimensions of Wellness Model. The dimensions include physical, emotional, intellectual, social, occupational, and spiritual aspects of health and wellness. A key to this framework is that all of the dimensions are integrated into a holistic view of self and a change in any one dimension effects changes in all dimensions. For example, stress can cause distress in the emotional dimension, which can have an adverse impact on physical health and well-being.
Our philosophy is to empower our clients to be responsible for their own health and wellness by providing education and individualized programs that emphasize whole foods nutrition, appropriate use of supplements, exercise, and stress management techniques. We are wellness coaches and not physicians or medical doctors so it is essential to review our health recommendations with your personal physician or health practitioner. We believe in integrative health and acknowledge that complementary care is not a substitute for medical care.
Our new office location is at 2774 South Street. We will continue to have an office and treatment room in our home, but our main business will be from the South Street site.
Nan Nathenson is a certified holistic life coach and works specifically with women's wellness and self-care. She is certified in lymphatic enhancement technology working with individuals with lymphedema, fibromyalgia, post-surgical swelling, chronic fatigue and other health issues. Nan is a registered yoga teacher and has expertise in adaptive and restorative yoga. She is a registered respiratory therapist with extensive experience in critical care and rehabilitation. She is an asthma educator and routinely provides educational sessions on asthma and asthma management in a variety of community settings.
Paul "Prem" Nathenson
Paul "Prem" Nathenson is a naturopath and nurse practitioner (APRN). He is certified as a traditional naturopath by the American Naturopathic Certification Board. He is also certified in adult and gerontology primary care by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners Certification Program. He holds advanced certification in frequency specific microcurrent therapy (FSM) through the Academy of Applied Electrophysiology. He holds a doctor of naturopathy degree from Canyon College, a master of science in nursing from South University, and a Masters in Public Health Administration from the University of Kansas.