|635 Anderson Road, Suite 10|
|Regular Business Hours|
|Director, Ron Cotterel, M.D.|
|Self Pay and some PPO insurances accepted|
The Sutter Center for Integrative Holistic Health combines in a compassionate and caring way, the most effective forms of complementary/alternative therapy with state of the art conventional medicine.
So that our clients may achieve an optimal level of wellness, we strive to form healing partner-ships which recognize the strength and beauty within each individual, and which facilitate healing from within, in mind, body, and spirit.
Providing a holistic approach to medical care, combining complementary/alternative and modern conventional medicine to achieve an optimal level of wellness. Our areas of excellence include wellness, listening, stress management, chronic pain relief, cancer support and integration.
Under the direction of Ron Cotterel, M.D., the Sutter Centers for Integrative Holistic Health, partners with a diverse group of local holistic practitioners http://www.checksutterfirst.org/integrativehealth/providers/index.cfm?id=6.
- Mitchel Adler, Psy.D
- Deborah Cohen, M.F.T.
- Pam Cordano, M.F.T.
- Ron Cotterel, M.D., M.S.
- Brian Dempsey, L.Ac.
- Denise Dempsey
- Christopher Hobbs, L.Ac., A.H.G.
- Richard Naval, D.C.
- Nandi Szabo, M.A., ADTR
- Heather Watne, C.M.T
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2007-07-29 14:58:55 I found out about the Sutter Center through employees of theCo-op and went in for an evaluation visit. Dr Cotterel helped me map out several options to further my overall health goals, which I still find useful 3 years later.
It is worth knowing that the initial evaluation visit and even nutrition evaluation visits may be covered by some insurances. Many other therapies, such as massage & herbal remedies, are not. —JoRo