a journey to integrative health

Intentionally curated to navigate the path towards healing, Provocare breaks down the barriers around why, how and where to begin, through education and connection to a local network of practitioners and mindful healers.

Our Journey

Our collective experience navigating integrative healing as two patients and a practicing MD have been challenging and sometimes confusing to work through. Put simply, living a life of 'integrity' is not the easiest path to take, but the results are worth the effort, eye-opening and life changing. We've built Provocare to provide a smoother path towards integrative health.


Provocare cuts through the information clutter delivering you vetted content, by category, that is both digestible and actionable. Including exclusive in-house content from CHI Medicine, you will be empowered with consistently refreshed knowledge to become proactive in your healing journey.


Rooted in community, Provocare connects you to a curated selection of practitioners and mindful healers who will support your unique path to healing. As we continue to expand our network, your healing network and progress towards integrative health will grow as well..


Keeping productivity top of mind, Provocare houses your ever-evolving digital library of content and connections in one organized portal so that you can keep track of your journey and stay the path. Whether for just you, or the entire family, this platform will be a digital footpath of your integrative health discovery.

Integrate Your Health

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Engage Your Spirit

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Decode Your Body

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Meet Your Healers

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Medical Musings with CHI Medicine

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Crack the Code

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