June 8 -June 21, 2001
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Block, Ayers named to top posts
Time to pick Mulberry
Outstanding Employees show passion and dedication
Employees Honored for years of service to U.Va.
Believe in miracles
Alternative health therapies offered
Hot Links -- Geospatial Data Center
Hospital celebrates 100th anniversary
Heritage Repertory Theatre season opens June 21
Babyfest to arrive June 16

Alternative health therapies offered


The University is offering some alternative therapies through its health plan.

The Complementary and Alternative Medicine Program was added to the plan Jan. 1 and offers discounts for a variety of practitioners selected through the American Specialty Health Networks, including credentialed acupuncturists, chiropractors and massage therapists.

U.Va. Health Plan subscribers will receive a 25 percent discount from network suppliers, as well as have access to health care resources at a special Web site, Healthyroads.com, that can be accessed from the Human Resources home page.

The online library provides information about herb-drug interactions, complementary health therapies and access to products such as vitamins, minerals and herbal supplements, homeopathic remedies, sports nutrition products, books and video tapes, yoga props and skin care items, many available at discounted prices 24 hours a day.

See www.hrs.virginia.edu/benefits.html.

 


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