Noël Radcliffe M.D. 
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I will be retiring from Edina Sport Health and Wellness on 5/30/2012

To my Dearest Patients  

I am writing to let you know that my husband and I have made the

difficult decision to move back to Wisconsin to be closer our families.

I have enjoyed a wonderful practice here in Edina for the last 19 years. My

partners and coworkers have been greatly supportive, and you, my patients,

a joy to work with.

I have come to appreciate each and every visit as a gift. To allow me

to be part of your life, to share with me your triumphs, challenges and

sorrows is something so precious, that few in this life can experience.

I have grown with you, I have laughed with you, and cried with you.

Now I will miss you.

Thank you for your gift of trust. I hope I have been able to be there

for you when needed.

I leave you now in the compassionate hands of my partners at ESHW.

 It is time for a new chapter in my life, and I look forward to it with much joy.

I will be forever grateful for my experience here with all of you.  Watch for

news of my next ventures here on the anouncements page.

I wish you peace, joy and health in your life.




Noël Radcliffe MD



Edina Sports Health & Wellness, P.A.


iMosaic (noun)… a medical conference of unique design, made possible by the overlapping missions of four nonprofits helping transform healthcare to an integrative model. The first-ever joint conference was held April 6-10, 2011 in Minneapolis, and was a composite of the visions and ideals of the American Academy of Environmental Medicine (AAEM), American College for Advancement in Medicine (ACAM), American Holistic Medical Association (AHMA) and the International College of Integrative Medicine (ICIM). Combined, these organizations have 137 years of dedicated service in increasing awareness of the importance of the physical, mental, emotional, environmental, social and spiritual aspects of health and wellness.

The Transformative Power of Ceremony in Healing--presented April 9, 2011

"Consciousness and Downward Causation--Seeing Mind-Body-Medicine from another perspective."


Exploring the Noetic SciencesMarilyn Schlitz hosts this discussion with Noël Radcliffe M.D.. Meditation, yoga, qigong and other mind body practices have been shown to have profound health benefits. The question of how these practices influence the state of our body remains a mystery. Science has measured stress hormones, heart rate, brain scans and many other health measures in an effort to understand the healing effects of a mindfulness practice. The science of medicine looks to the cellular level to explain what is happening. However, there is a fundamental difference in world view between western medicine and eastern philosophy, the origin of mind body medicine. It is based on whether change happens from the cellular level, (bottom up) or from the level of consciousness, (top down). Is matter or consciousness the ground of all being? When we talk about mind body medicine we think of mind over matter, our minds controlling some aspect of our body. What we really should be saying is consciousness over matter. Consciousness is primary, and can directly affect changes on the brain, leading to changes in the body’s health. No matter how you measure it, finding inner peace is healthy for you. 

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Coming Soon:

"Words From The Wisdom Tree--Insights to Live and Grow By"
Publication date September 15, 2012

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