Integrative and Functional Analysis
Integrative and functional medicine uses western and holistic sciences to treat the mind and body to soothe the soul. Functional medicine addresses the underlying causes of disease, using a systems-oriented approach and engaging both patient and practitioner through an ongoing therapeutic partnership. By shifting the traditional disease-centered focus of medical practice to a more patient-centered methodology, functional medicine addresses the whole person, not just an isolated set of symptoms. Creating a focus on prevention through nutrition, diet, and exercise, we use laboratory testing and other diagnostic techniques, in addition to prescribed combinations of modern drugs, neutraceuticals and botanical supplements, therapeutic diets, detoxification programs, and stress-management procedures.
Peptide and Hormonal Replacement
As we cycle through life, sugars, proteins, and our unique nucleic acids code for our individualized DNA to work together to make up the very essence of our being. These vital substances become the catalysts that control all sorts of critical bodily functions. We know our patients want the best in regenerative medicine treatments to keep their vitality, libido, and stamina. We can screen you for all deficiencies regardless of gender through advanced blood tests and whole-body scans! If warranted, we will provide the correct balance of peptides and hormone replacement therapy to replenish your body’s needs.
Testosterone Renewal Options
Specifically, as men age, it is no secret that their ability to feel vital and express inner male drive decreases. Modern science allows a man to control his vitality and manhood directly. We can treat men as young as thirty who experience low testosterone levels (hypogonadism). Low testosterone can be caused by aging, chemicals, illicit drugs, the environment, and medications. We can detect your testosterone level with a simple blood test. In addition, we can help support natural production with simple tips to reduce stress and help instill male-directed exercise, proper sleeping habits, herbal supplements, and eating foods with higher cholesterol levels and protein.