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Integrating Mind, Body, and Spirit
02-08-2017
Posted by: Kimberly Kratz

Lifelong Quakertonian, Barak Rush grew up in the house on the corner of 6th and Broad which, for 45 years also housed the chiropractic practice of his father, Dr. Robert A. Rush.

 

As a professional mental health counselor with decades of experience in addiction and recovery, Barak envisioned one day creating a space where both mental health and physical wellness would be addressed. Quakertown Integrative Health Center is the result of the work of its owners, husband and wife Barak and Betty Rush, experienced insights from Dr. Rush about how body and mind work together, and of that vision.

 

“We are a professional wellness center made up of individual practitioners who are working together to promote well-being in mind, body, and spirit.” ~ Betty

 

Focused on each individual’s needs, the practitioners promote health and wellness by integrating health practices, education, and awareness. Its conference room supports group meetings, meditation, or family input. “This is a place where individual practitioners can [work] their area of expertise and not be restrained by group or practice dynamics.” Betty said.

 

All are licensed and insured per the requirements of their own practice. The providers include: an osteopathic family physician, medical acupuncturist, chiropractor, two who provide reiki, a theta healer, a reflexologist, therapeutic massage therapists, an athletic trainer, licensed mental health counselors, a recovery specialist, and a group and individual transformation specialist.

 

While each has his or her area of expertise, the practitioners cross-recommend both within and outside of the health center as needs of an individual dictate.

 

“I see a lot of disjointedness in patient care. Here it is a team approach that allows individuals to integrate mind, body and spirit.” ~ Barak

 

In studying temperaments, the Rushes discovered that while all people have strengths and weaknesses, when a person’s needs are met, they function in their own area of strength. “If there’s anything that I think we’re really good at, it’s seeing that need, understanding how it needs to be fulfilled, and recognizing that it takes a village to fulfill that need.”

 

  • Integrating Mind, Body, and Spirit

  • Integrating Mind, Body, and Spirit

  • Integrating Mind, Body, and Spirit

  • Integrating Mind, Body, and Spirit

  • Integrating Mind, Body, and Spirit

  • Integrating Mind, Body, and Spirit