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Functional medicine is a personalized and integrative approach to healthcare which involves understanding the prevention, management and root causes of complex chronic disease. Traditional Western medical practices are integrated with other effective types of medical approaches from around the world (alternative, integrative, holistic, naturopathic, and more). The ultimate goal is to heal disease and promote a healthy life.
The functional medicine physician looks "upstream" into the complex web of interactions which can lead to illness. The whole person is addressed - not just their symptoms. True healing is embraced by addressing the root cause of the problems. Learn More
Functional nutrition acknowledges a vast array of food plans and then tailors a dietary approach to the specific physiological needs and personal preferences of the individual. The emphasis is on choosing high quality foods with a diversity of phytonutrients and eating them in such a manner as to support metabolic balance and optimal nutrition status, rather than counting calories. Appropriate nutrition is essential to the success of any individualized functional medicine management plan. Learn More
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a behavioral/developmental disorder characterized clinically by delays and qualitative differences in communication and social interactions well as repetitive behaviors and restricted interests. There is no single cause of autism. The causes are as varied and diverse as the individuals who are affected.
We do not accept the conventional thinking that autism is untreatable. By providing the body and brain with what they need and eliminating that which may be interfering, the potential exists to significantly improve brain function and the quality of life for these individuals. Your child with autism can get better. Learn More