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Even though talk of visits to your acupuncturist or meditation studio may now be as commonly overhead at brunch as daring tales of the previous night’s exploits, finding the services you’re looking for near you still can take some digging. Not everything you need is on ZocDoc—at least not yet.

So, we did all the hard work for you. (Lucky you!) Rounded up here are integrative medicine practitioners, holistic women’s health specialists, and alternative health healers all across Manhattan, Queens, Brooklyn, and the Bronx. Instead of spending time blindly Googling, Yelp-review reading, and mass texting your friends, bookmark this page and use it as your go-to health guide for when you need it.

Keep reading for a list of holistic health services near you.

Integrative medicine

Parsley Health

Founded by Well+Good Council member Robin Berzin, MD, Parsley Health’s team of board-certified doctors trained in both Eastern and Western medicine aim to treat conditions naturally first. They offer everything from diagnostic testing to health coaching and nutritional guidance.

33 Irving Place, 8th Floor, New York, New York, 10003

Pedre Integrative Health

If you want to get to the root of any digestive-related probs, Happy Gut author and integrative health doctor Vincent Pedre, MD is your guy. Dr. Pedre and his team offer comprehensive testing and can recommend dietary changes, supplements, and other medical advice to help heal your gut.

120 East 56th Street, Suite 530, New York, New York 10022

Eleven Eleven Wellness Center

Integrative and functional doctor Frank Lipman, MD, is one of the most well-respected experts in the industry, and he just so happens to be based here in NYC. The five-time New York Times best-selling author, who has a talented staff at his Manhattan-based practice, is sought out for help with inflammation, figuring out food intolerances, Hashimoto’s, and using food and nutrition with his team of health coaches.

32 West 22nd Street, New York, New York, 10010

Weill Cornell Medicine

Weill Cornell Medicine has long attracted top talent from all across the country to work at its Upper East Side location, which offers full medical testing, hour-long patient evaluations (a far cry from the mere 10 minutes many others will give you), lifestyle management tips, and referrals to top acupuncture, massage, nutrition, and meditation experts. The help they offer really runs the gamut from general lifestyle tips to digestive issues and chronic pain to cancer treatment.

436 East 69th Street, New York, New York, 10065

Integrative Medical NY

If you have chronic pain, can’t figure out why you’re always so damn tired, or just want some tips on how to live your best, healthiest life, Integrative Medical NY’s team of doctors, nurse practitioners, nutritionists, and health coaches can offer personalized care plans for your specific sitch. They also offer hormone replacement therapy and IV treatments, among other services.

200 West 57th Street, 200, New York, New York 10019

Brooklyn Integrative Medicine

Not only does Brooklyn Integrative Medicine offer holistic treatment methods, it also hosts regular lectures on wide-ranging topics including metabolism, injury recovery, and raising healthy kids. Patients are typically given a food-as-treatment Rx first, with plenty of dietary recs to make following the doctor’s orders actually doable.

1514 Voorhies Avenue, Brooklyn, New York, 11325

Kogan Sveltlana, MD

Seeing patients both in Manhattan and Rego Park, Queens, Dr. Kogan combines her experience as an MD and Ayurvedic healer. The author of Diet Slave No More, she specializes in sustainable weight loss solutions, hormonal imbalances, and holistic ways to treat chronic pain and disease.

10440 Queens Boulevard, Queens, New York, 11375

Women’s health

The Motherhood Center of New York

After giving birth, the bulk of the attention goes right to the new adorable baby, but moms need love, too! The Motherhood Center of New York offers help coping with the transition to motherhood, including with postpartum depression. You can ask all your burning questions privately or be part of a discussion with other new moms at their regularly held events.

205 Lexington Avenue, New York, New York 10016

Holistic Gynecology New York

Pap smears, breast exams, STI testing, menopause management, PCOS treatment, and fertility testing are all offered at Holistic Gynecology New York, and the certified doctors can also offer advice on the best foods and herbs for hormonal health.

16 East 40th Street, 2nd Floor, New York, New York, 10016

Sage Wellness

Whether you’re trying to get pregnant, trying to avoid getting pregnant, have PCOS, crazy bad PMS, or are going through menopause, the doctors at Sage Wellness want to arm you with all your treatment options. On staff are acupuncturists, Traditional Chinese Medicine experts, and health coaches to help give a truly holistic treatment plan.

139 Fulton Street, 1012, New York, New York 10038

New Life OB/GYN

With locations in Brooklyn and the Bronx, New Life is particularly apt in managing first-time and high-risk pregnancies with a mix of both Eastern and Western medical practices. It also offers mammograms, bone density tests, and HPV screenings.

1504 East 14th Street, Suite #2, Brooklyn, New York, 11230
100 Einstein Loop North, Bronx, New York, 10475

The Center for Natural Fertility and Women’s Health

If you’re trying to get pregnant, the experts here can give you all the intel you need on how to revamp your diet, use herbs, and offer acupuncture treatments. With backgrounds in both allopathic and Traditional Chinese Medicine, the staff can answer any questions you have on IVF treatment, infertility, and miscarriages.

2 West 45th Street, Suite 500, New York, New York, 10036
63-07 Dieterie Crescent, Rego Park, New York, 11374

Mama Glow

Wellness expert for expecting and new moms Latham Thomas has special doula services in Miami Beach, Los Angeles, and right here in New York City. From nutritional advice, stress management, to full-on birth support,  her trained doulas are there to make pregnancy and delivery as magical as possible.

info@mamaglow.com, mamaglow.com

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Meditation

MDFL

Whether you’ve never meditated before or are a seasoned pro, this meditation drop-in center has classes that can meet you where you are. They have classes for different meditation practices and also specific intentions such as quelling stress and anxiety, boosting energy, and supporting better sleep, among many others.

Multiple locations in Manhattan and Brooklyn

Shambhala Meditation Center of New York

Shambhala is one of the city’s OG meditation centers, founded in 1971. Steeped in the Buddhist tradition, classes start at $10 and workshops are regularly offered on topics such as how to weave meditation into your everyday life, dealing with difficult emotions, and how to live fearlessly.

118 West 22nd Street, New York, New York, 10011

Inscape

This is perhaps the dreamiest meditation center in the whole city. Founded by Intermix CEO Khajak Keledjian, the chic, sprawling space has two lounges, two dedicated meditation rooms, and a boutique, creating a studio-meets-art-gallery vibe.

45 West 21st Street, New York, New York, 10010

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