El Noel Wellness supports integrative, preventative, and environmentally conscious health and wellness modalities to enhance healthy lifestyles and improve disease outcomes.

NEW YORK, NY, August 17, 2020 /24-7PressRelease/ — During a time where the world is on high alert surrounding a global pandemic, racism, cultural disparities, unemployment, and shuttering businesses, the time has never been more urgent than now to focus on wellness and self-care. According to an article posted on the CDC website, “self-care during an emergency will help your long-term healing” and at El Noel Wellness, patients are introduced to a new model of healthcare in the form of integrative wellness services which embodies complementary and alternative (CAM) evidence-based medical/wellness therapies under one roof.

Included under this umbrella are nutritional counseling, massage therapies, herbal medicine, and dietary supplements, acupuncture, mind/body therapies such as yoga, meditation, tai-chi, Pilates, and seminars that provide education on health, wellness, and environmental issues. This holistic approach to preventative health management has led to healthier lifestyles, better disease outcomes, a reduction in overall healthcare costs, and has created communities that are more informed about healthy lifestyles.

“As a medical doctor who practices conventional allopathic (Western medicine), I have always embraced a holistic approach to health care. My siblings and I opened El Noel Wellness as a place where our community can engage in traditional approaches to health and wellness.”
– Yvonne Noel, MD

By centralizing these wellness concepts and services, EL Noel provides easily accessible healthy alternatives for the community that addresses mind, body, emotional, and environmental wellness concepts and practices. For more information on El Noel Wellness, please visit the website www.elnoelwellness.com and follow them on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/elnoelwellnesscenter_spa/

El Noel Eco-Center for Integrative Wellness reflects the Caribbean-American and African roots of Dr. Yvonne Noel, MD, MA, and her belief that conventional health modalities combined with preventative health care found in complementary evidence-based therapies, leads to healthier lifestyles and improved disease outcomes. Dr. Noel received her Doctorate in Medicine from The Chicago Medical School and her Master of Arts in Environmental Education from New York University.

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