Integrative Medicine at Baxter Regional Medical Center
Yoga, Tai Chi, Nutrition Counseling & More
Integrative medicine combines conventional healthcare with mind and body
practices, including functional medicine, nutrition counseling and more.
Yoga at the Peitz Cancer Support House
Tuesdays, 5:30 - 6:30 p.m.
Wednesdays, 10:30 - 11:30 a.m., chair yoga
Classes are free. Please call 870-508-2273 with any questions.
Nutrition Consults with a Dietitian
Appointments are available Tuesdays, 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., at the Schliemann
Center for Women’s Health Education. Cost is $80 per hour for the
initial consult and $40 for follow up visits. Cash, check, or Health Savings
Account cards are accepted as payment.
To set an appointment, please call 870-508-7534.
Self Healing Consultations
Clifford Liu and James Babcock, MD believe in the human body’s ability
for self-healing and use ancient Chinese methods to assess the function
of all the organ systems of the body. Proper organ function can be adjusted
with diet, chi gong exercises, acupuncture and reflexology.
A typical office visit involves an hour spent with two practitioners: Clifford
Liu, who uses traditional Chinese medicine, and James Babcock, MD, PhD,
a board certified, American trained physician.
To set an appointment, please call 870-421-5163. Consultations start at
$65 an hour; cash or check are accepted as payment. A special Veteran's
rate is available. For more information, visit
Tai Chi Classes
Tai Chi classes take place twice a week in front of the Schliemann Center
for Women’s Health Education:
Tuesday, 7:00 - 8:00 a.m.
Thursday, 7:00 - 8:00 a.m.
Dress casually and comfortably and enjoy learning the ancient Chinese techniques
of bone marrow washing and tai chi. Classes are led by Clifford Liu and
James Babcock, MD, PhD. Cost is $10 per session or $80 for 10 sessions;
cash or check are accepted as payment.
If the weather is rainy, classes meet in the basement of the building that
houses the BRMC Community Paramedics, across Hospital Drive from the BRMC
Main Entrance and between the Fairlamb Senior Health Clinic and the Schliemann
Center for Women's Education.