Conditions We Treat

Your Health is Our Priority

At Eastwest Integrated Care, we offer a range of treatments for various conditions. Our approach is to use natural and holistic methods as much as possible, and only prescribe medication when necessary. Whether you struggle with anxiety, chronic pain, or anything else, we aim to give you personalized care and help you improve your well-being.

Conditions Glossary

Anxiety is a term that describes a feeling of nervousness, fear, worry, or unease that is often related to a perceived threat or danger. Anxiety can have different causes and effects depending on the type and severity of the condition. Some common types of anxiety disorders are: generalized anxiety disorder, specific phobia, social anxiety disorder, separation anxiety disorder, agoraphobia, and panic disorder. Anxiety disorders can be treated with various methods, such as psychotherapy, medication, and self-help strategies.

An auto-immune disorder is a condition where your immune system, which normally protects you from infections and diseases, mistakenly attacks your own healthy cells and tissues. This can cause inflammation, damage, and dysfunction in various parts of your body. There are many types of auto-immune disorders, such as rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, type 1 diabetes, and celiac disease. The causes of auto-immune disorders are not fully understood, but they may involve genetic, environmental, and hormonal factors. Some common symptoms of auto-immune disorders are fatigue, pain, swelling, rashes, and fever. The treatment of auto-immune disorders depends on the specific type and severity of the condition, but it may include medication, therapy, lifestyle changes, and surgery.

An auto-immune disorder is a condition where your immune system, which normally protects you from infections and diseases, mistakenly attacks your own healthy cells and tissues. This can cause inflammation, damage, and dysfunction in various parts of your body. There are many types of auto-immune disorders, such as rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, type 1 diabetes, and celiac disease. The causes of auto-immune disorders are not fully understood, but they may involve genetic, environmental, and hormonal factors. Some common symptoms of auto-immune disorders are fatigue, pain, swelling, rashes, and fever. The treatment of auto-immune disorders depends on the specific type and severity of the condition, but it may include medication, therapy, lifestyle changes, and surgery.

Addictive behavior is any behavior that a person compulsively engages in and has difficulty controlling or stopping despite negative consequences. Addictive behaviors cause problems to a person’s life as their brain’s prioritize their addiction over people, places, and things that need them. 

Some examples of addictive behaviors are gambling, compulsive shopping, gaming, excessive eating or exercising. These behaviors can stimulate the brain’s reward system and produce a sense of pleasure or relief. However, over time, the person may need more of the behavior to achieve the same effect, or they may experience withdrawal symptoms when they stop. This can create a cycle of dependence and addiction. 

Addictive behaviors can be treated with medication, psychotherapy, or both. Medication can help reduce the cravings, withdrawal symptoms, or co-occurring mental disorders. Psychotherapy can help the person identify and change their negative thoughts and behaviors, and learn coping skills and problem-solving techniques.

Stress management is a term that refers to the methods and techniques that help you cope with stress and reduce its negative effects on your health and well-being. Stress management can involve various aspects, such as learning skills, improving your coping abilities, practicing relaxation techniques, and improving your personal relationships.
 
There are many ways to practice stress management, and you can choose the ones that suit your needs and preferences. Some of the common stress management techniques are: mindfulness-based therapy, breathing exercises, meditation, yoga, lifestyle changes, music, and aromatherapy.

Cancer is a term that describes a group of diseases that involve abnormal cell growth and have the potential to spread to other parts of the body. There are more than 100 types of cancer, each with its own causes, symptoms, and treatments. Some of the most common types of cancer are breast cancer, lung cancer, prostate cancer, colon cancer, and skin cancer. 

The treatment of cancer may include surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, immunotherapy, targeted therapy, hormone therapy, or stem cell transplant. The choice of treatment depends on the type and stage of the cancer, the patient’s overall health, and the patient’s preferences. 

Cancer can be a challenging and life-changing condition, but there is hope and help available for people with cancer and their loved ones. 
 
There are many ways to practice stress management, and you can choose the ones that suit your needs and preferences. Some of the common stress management techniques are: mindfulness-based therapy, breathing exercises, meditation, yoga, lifestyle changes, music, and aromatherapy.

Chronic pain is pain that lasts for over three months. The pain can be there all the time, or it may come and go. It can happen anywhere in your body. Chronic pain can interfere with your daily activities, such as working, having a social life and taking care of yourself or others. 

Chronic pain is a condition that can affect your ability to sleep well. It can cause you to feel tired, irritable, or depressed. It can also affect your concentration, memory, and performance at work or school. 

There are different types of chronic pain, such as acute pain, which lasts for a short time, and chronic pain, which lasts for a long time. Chronic pain can have various causes, such as stress, anxiety, medical conditions, medications, or poor sleep habits. Chronic pain can be treated with medication, therapy, or lifestyle changes, depending on the cause and severity of the problem.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), chronic diseases are defined broadly as conditions that last 1 year or more and require ongoing medical attention or limit activities of daily living or both. 

Chronic illness is a term that refers to a condition that lasts for a long time and usually cannot be cured. Chronic illness can affect different parts of the body and cause various symptoms and complications. Some examples of chronic illnesses are diabetes, heart disease, cancer, arthritis, and asthma. People with chronic illness may need ongoing medical care and lifestyle changes to manage their condition and improve their quality of life. Chronic illness can also affect a person’s mental and emotional health, as they may experience stress, pain, fatigue, or depression. Therefore, it is important to seek professional help and support if you or someone you know has a chronic illness.

PTSD stands for post-traumatic stress disorder, which is a mental health condition that can develop after experiencing or witnessing a traumatic event, such as a violent assault, a natural disaster, a war, or a serious accident. People with PTSD may have symptoms such as flashbacks, nightmares, anxiety, avoidance, negative mood, increased arousal as well as uncontrollable thoughts about the event that interfere with their daily functioning and quality of life. PTSD can affect anyone, regardless of age, gender, or background, and it can be treated with medication, psychotherapy, and exposure therapy.

ADHD stands for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, which is a condition influenced by genetic and environmental factors that affects the brain’s ability to focus, control impulses, and regulate activity levels. People with ADHD may have difficulty paying attention, staying organized, following instructions, or completing tasks. They may also act impulsively, talk excessively, or be restless and fidgety. ADHD can cause problems in various areas of life, such as school, work, relationships, and self-esteem. 

ADHD is not a sign of low intelligence or laziness. It is a disorder presented by an ongoing pattern of inattention and/or hyperactivity-impulsivity that interferes with functioning. Treatment can be in the form of individual cognitive and behavioral therapy to change negative thought patterns and enhance self-esteem, relaxation training and stress management to reduce anxiety and stress, and behavioral coaching to teach strategies for organizing tasks in an individual’s everyday life. 

Bipolar disorder is a mental illness that causes unusual shifts in a person’s mood, energy, activity levels, and concentration. These shifts can range from periods of extreme highs (mania or hypomania) to periods of extreme lows (depression). Bipolar disorder can affect how a person thinks, feels, behaves, and relates to others. Bipolar disorder is not the same as having normal mood changes. The mood swings of bipolar disorder are more severe, longer-lasting, and can interfere with daily functioning. 

Bipolar disorder is a lifelong condition, but it can be managed with proper treatment. Treatment for bipolar disorder may include medication, psychotherapy, or a combination of both. Medication can help stabilize the mood swings and reduce the severity of the symptoms. Psychotherapy can help the person cope with the challenges, develop strategies to manage their behavior and emotions, and improve their relationships and self-esteem.

Insomnia is a condition that affects your ability to sleep well. It can make it hard for you to fall asleep, stay asleep, or wake up at the right time. Insomnia can cause you to feel tired, irritable, or depressed during the day. It can also affect your concentration, memory, and performance at work or school. 

There are different types of insomnia, such as acute insomnia, which lasts for a short time, and chronic insomnia, which lasts for a long time. Insomnia can have various causes, such as stress, anxiety, medical conditions, medications, or poor sleep habits. Insomnia can be treated with medication, therapy, or lifestyle changes, depending on the cause and severity of the problem.

 
There are many ways to practice stress management, and you can choose the ones that suit your needs and preferences. Some of the common stress management techniques are: mindfulness-based therapy, breathing exercises, meditation, yoga, lifestyle changes, music, and aromatherapy.

Schizophrenia is a serious mental disorder that affects how a person perceives and interprets reality. People with schizophrenia may experience hallucinations, delusions, disorganized thinking and speech, abnormal behavior, and negative symptoms, such as lack of emotion or motivation.

Schizophrenia can impair a person’s ability to function normally in daily life and may require lifelong treatment. The exact causes of schizophrenia are not known, but they may involve a combination of genetic, environmental, and biological factors.

Schizophrenia can be diagnosed by a mental health professional who can evaluate the symptoms, history, and functioning of the person. Schizophrenia can be treated with medication, psychotherapy, or both. Medication can help reduce the severity of the symptoms, while psychotherapy can help the person cope with the challenges and develop strategies to manage their behavior and emotions.

 

Grief is a strong and complex emotion that people experience when they lose someone or something they love. Grief can cause feelings of sadness, anger, guilt, regret, shock, numbness, or even relief. Grief can also affect your physical health, such as your sleep, appetite, energy, or immunity. Grief is a natural and normal response to loss, but it can also be very challenging and overwhelming. 

Grief is not a problem to be solved, but a process to be lived. Grief can help you heal, grow, and honor your loss. However, grief can also become complicated or prolonged, especially if you face multiple losses, traumatic losses, or unresolved issues. In such cases, you may benefit from seeking professional help, such as a therapist, counselor, or support group. You may also find comfort and support from your family, friends, faith, or community.

At Eastwest Integrated Care, We Are Proud of Our Comprehensive Care.

However, when we are not the best resource, or when you need additional help on a higher tier of care, we will work with you to find a more appropriate service provider.  We have been identified by many other healthcare providers in our local area as their mental health partner, because we offer:

Confidentiality – We maintain strict confidentiality in all our efforts to help you through a current crisis or problem as well as long term mental health and behavioral issues.

Coordinated Care – We work with other healthcare providers to make sure that you have the appropriate care team.

Culturally sensitive care – We incorporate the perspectives, beliefs, traditions, and circumstances of diverse communities built around shared heritages. When practiced appropriately, culturally sensitive care ensures patients’ unique needs and preferences are met, regardless of cultural differences between patient and healthcare professional.

First responders and veterans support – Eastwest Integrated Care is honored for working with veterans, law enforcement and other first responders who put their lives on the line every day to make our communities better, safer places to live.

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Real Stories, Real People

We often receive wonderful gratitude cards and positive reviews from our patients and their families. We thank them for taking the time to praise the excellent care they received, and for sharing their experiences with us and our impact on their lives. 

Read all the heartfelt endorsements of care that our happy patients have written for their providers.

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    Amber

    Satisfied Client

    My son looks forward to going to his appointments with Herald. Herald has become a friend and it feels like he is going to talk his friend rather than his Doctor. Lucy is so friendly in the front and my son loves sharing his newest creation with her as well. I can not thank them enough for making a friendly environment and this experience better.

      Brigitte

      Satisfied Client

      Very professional and attentive, great relaxing environment. Lucy did help me so much with my pain relief. It is amazing, and Dr. Herald Surya is taking the time to explain and listen. The atmosphere is always serene and everyone in the office is so nice.

        Melissa

        Satisfied Client

        The office staff is extremely friendly. Herald is easy to talk to and always gives me perspective on difficult things in my life. I’m extremely grateful for this entire practice and the work they put in for their patients. Thank you!

          JD

          Satisfied Client

          I have had the pleasure of experiencing being taken care of by the two providers herald and Lucy Surya. The level of care is second to none. The office is a smaller facility which I feel allows for very precise and high-level care because of the time for individual personal care. The diagnosis and treatments custom tailored to each individual.

            Sloan

            Satisfied Client

            I cannot put into words how much Harold and Lucy have helped me. I am becoming a more relaxed and mindful person. Learning how to take one day at a time. I have always struggled with depression, anxiety, PTSD. I am now learning constructive ways to deal. I would recommend any person I know struggling to come and let them help you.

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