Functional health looks to treat the root cause of dysfunction, rather than just focusing on one ailment or symptom. We utilize revolutionary testing applications such as Precision Dynamics Dutch testing, GI Mapping and a large array of bloodwork to paint a clear picture of what’s going on inside your body. We then proceed by asking key questions through our thorough questionnaires to accurately compare symptoms and lab results. Our team has helped thousands of people get to the root of metabolic and gut dysfunction that traditional western medicine couldn’t seem to identify or treat.
If you suspect you suffer from GI dysfunction (including, but not limited to, IBS, IBD, Gastritis, GERD, acid reflux or Colitis etc.), systemic inflammation, hormonal imbalances or metabolic dysfunction our team is able to assist with optimizing your health and performance. We apply a holistic approach through natural supplementation, lifestyle adjustments and dietary manipulations. Using this approach, we not only resolve the issues, but provide a path to living a long, healthy life.
Anxiety and Depression
A large majority of our functional clients that we see have been previously prescribed anti depressant and mood stabilizer medications in the past. However, many do not know that two primary factors in depression and anxiety are hormone imbalances and poor gut health. With over 80% of neurotransmitter production stemming from your gut, we can see our mood, energy levels, focus, and overall view of life change due to internal inflammation or imbalances in your gut microbiome. These same imbalances in your gut microbiome can then lead to imbalances in your thyroid and reproductive hormones. Upon addressing these dysfunctions, our clients typically see significant improvements both physically and mentally.
We have teamed up with the most educated and skilled minds in the functional industry to address the following conditions:
- Thyroid dysfunctions (including Hashimoto’s)
- Adrenal Dysregulation (High Cortisol or Adrenal Fatigue)
- Estrogen Dominance
- Low testosterone
- GI Dysfunction
- Autoimmune Disorders