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Functional Medicine

Functional medicine is a patient-centered, holistic approach to healthcare that seeks to identify and address the root causes of illness and dysfunction.

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Functional medicine is a patient-centered, holistic approach to healthcare that seeks to identify and address the root causes of illness and dysfunction. It views the body as an interconnected system where various components, such as genetics, lifestyle, environment, and psychological well-being, all play significant roles in influencing health. The goal of functional medicine is to optimize the body's natural healing mechanisms, promoting overall wellness rather than merely treating symptoms.


Key Features of Functional Medicine:

  1. Focus on Root Causes: One of the primary distinctions between functional medicine and allopathic medicine is their approach to addressing health issues. Allopathic medicine often concentrates on symptom management and uses pharmaceutical drugs or surgical interventions to treat specific symptoms or diseases. In contrast, functional medicine aims to delve deeper into the underlying factors causing the symptoms, seeking to identify and address the root causes of the patient's health problems.

  2. Individualized and Personalized Care: Functional medicine emphasizes personalized care for each patient. Practitioners take the time to understand a patient's unique health history, genetics, lifestyle, and environmental factors. By considering this comprehensive picture, they can develop tailored treatment plans that suit the individual's specific needs. 

  3. Systems Biology Perspective: Functional medicine adopts a systems biology perspective, recognizing the intricate connections between different bodily systems and their influence on overall health. This means considering the interactions between organs, hormones, the immune system, gut health, and other physiological components. Functional medicine places a great focus on understanding and addressing the interplay of these systems.

  4. Prevention and Lifestyle Modifications: Functional medicine places significant importance on preventive care and lifestyle modifications to promote health and prevent chronic diseases. It emphasizes the role of nutrition, exercise, stress management, and other lifestyle factors in maintaining well-being. 

  5. Integration of Complementary Therapies: Functional medicine often integrates evidence-based complementary therapies alongside conventional treatments. These may include nutritional supplements, herbal medicine, mind-body techniques, acupuncture, and more. The goal is to provide a comprehensive and synergistic approach to healing and restoring balance in the body.

This service is provided locally and internationally via telemedicine.

Functional Medicine Services

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Autism Spectrum Disorders
Asperger Syndrome
Bipolar Disorder
Eating Disorders
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Tic Disorder and Tourette Syndrome
Alzheimer's Disease/Dementia
Seizure Disorders

Woman in Pain from Autoimmune Disease: Seeking Functional Medicine Relief

Auto Immune

Celiac Disease
Chronic Fatigue
Multiple Sclerosis

Woman in Abdominal Discomfort: Addressing Gastro Diseases through Functional Medicine


Crohn's Disease


Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)

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Genetic Metabolic Testing
Neurotransmitter and Hormone Testing

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