It all begins with an idea. Stress Vitals Institute aims to demonstrate how stress is a critical element in everyone’s life. If addressed, a patient could make significant progress in prevention, treatment, and outcomes. For this reason, we partner with physicians in various medical areas and work with them to use our method for positive outcomes for their patients. Our focus is research; research is at the center of our work. We are adamant that her stress management institute adheres to the highest standards of evidence-based research.
To heal, we believe, requires faith. For this reason, we put our clients in touch with their faith leader to guide them towards wholeness! In this way, the physician attends to the body, and the faith leaders the soul.
Meet the Founder
Marcia Uddoh MD (candidate), Ph.D., MPH, MS, MSW
In 2018, the prestigious integrative medicine research program with Dr. Andrew Weil at the University of Arizona School of Medicine accepted Dr. Uddoh as a research intern. She researched holistic approaches to stress management and advanced her stress model utilizing images and visualization. She has now incorporated heart rate variability (HRV) and biofeedback into her practice and completed a certificate toward Board Certification.
Dr. Uddoh is adamant that her stress management practice adheres to the highest standards of evidence-based research. She holds a master’s degree in clinical research administration (CRA). Dr. Uddoh is a proud Fellow of the American Institute of Stress (AIS) and a contributing editor to the stress magazine entitled Contentment. Dr. Uddoh’s unique stress management approach was recently accepted as part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant writing mentee program through the National Research Mentoring Network (NRMN) SETH.
We provide science-based research to physiologically assess stressors and implement our proven visualization image intervention strategies to create happier faith-based lives.
Our vision is to provide evidence-based methods of stress assessments adopted by health professionals worldwide to avert disease exacerbation through preventative interventions.
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