We offer free phone triage to help determine the priority of your need for medical attention based on the severity of your condition. Call or text Dr. Bloch anytime for medical advice if you believe you need immediate medical attention but don’t know what to do or where to go.
Ever tried to have a conversation with your family doctor about the health of your Chakras? Ever wished your yoga teacher could keep you centered while he gives you stitches? Why segregate your health care when true integrative medicine is available with YCHC. Check-ups, preventative care, testing, and emergency care are all within reach with YCHC.
Dr. Bloch is dedicated and enthusiastic to teach people new ways of working with their body to reduce pain, increase body awareness and enhance positive wellbeing. Through integration of proper body mechanics we can work to ensure optimum health, physicality and neural embodiment no matter what your experience level, or current state of health.
Osteopathy’s central mission is treating the whole person and not just their symptoms because structure affects function. Every part of the body is linked to and affects every other part. Osteopathy uses hands-on therapy to diagnose, treat and prevent illness or injury. The goal is pain-free movement and overall health.
Sound healing is an exciting new field of non-invasive alternative therapy in which low frequency sound and vibrations are induced into the body where they interact with tissues and reprogram our cellular biology.
Fully integrative care means Dr. Bloch can include and integrate a variety of healing modalities from many traditions and cultures, including Cranial Sacral Therapy, Acupuncture, Nutritional Counseling, IV Therapy, and more.
Drivers of commercial motor vehicles operators must pass regular medical exams. These exams are federally regulated for purposes of detecting physical and mental issues that may impair one’s ability to safely operate a commercial vehicle.
We inspire personal health through integration of mind, body and spiritual practices.
We don’t stop at simply prescribing western medical “cures” for symptoms but instead seek the deep healing patterns that lay dormant within all of us, and bring those patterns to the surface.
Our intention to find easily attainable and inexpensive resources by which one may heal or find greater health within their own communities.