Tagged: functional medicine
If we do one of those word associations where I say ‘healthcare,’ I would venture most of you would come up with the associative word, ‘expensive.’ You may be right or you may be wrong. Determining if something is expensive is rarely tied to how much money someone has but instead is tied to how urgent a need someone has.
Jerry Seinfeld said all the answers to life are revealed if you just ‘look to the cookie.’ With all the answers to health, ditch the cookie, and look to the petri dish.
I recently added HBOT (Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy) into my clinic. Why? Because chronic illness needs a multi-faceted approach.
Affecting more Americans than heart disease and cancer combined, many of you may be suffering and not even know it!
My 1st grader came home from school commissioned to find as many ‘box tops’ as he could for a school project. As he rummaged our cabinets, he get seriously discouraged. “What’s wrong?”
What happens when you leave the corporate world to pursue your life’s purpose, passion, and mission? You might end up really sick. What happens when that life’s passion is potentially wrecking your health? Do you double down and work harder? Do you change course? Do you give up the dream?
Follow Lynn’s journey from Washington DC to a farm outside of Austin, Tx and the toll pursuing one’s passion can have on your health. But also follow Lynn’s incredibly inspiring words that helped her pick her self up and create health so she can continue to pursue her passion and life’s work.
A wife, author, future 90 year old bad ass, and race horse rescuer, Lynn has fought hard through Hashimoto’s, arthritic pain and inflammation, fatigue, and plenty of natural disasters.
Life is filled with moments that shape our journey. As I enter my 15th year of clinical practice, there are 3 defining moments that shaped my career path and lead me to functional medicine as a provider.
The one thing 40-60 year old men can’t afford to do. According to John Woodall, there are 5 seasons in a man’s life. Birth – 20: Foundation. You’re being influenced Read More
Josh, going from a collegiate baseball player to being 60 lbs over weight, had a wake up call when he suffered with some panic attacks and really no answers from the doctors other than, ‘take this antidepressant.’ Listen in on his journey to get healthy, the real life struggles of being his own advocate, and the way he looks at his darkest point with health as a blessing and with gratitude.
A husband, father, minister, and real estate agent; obesity, panic attacks, and fatigue have been no reason for Josh to be a victim to his circumstance.
Ian has had a battle with Ulcerative Colitis for 15 years. It wasn’t until he bucked the traditional healthcare system that he finally got some breakthroughs. Though the journey continues, he now has hope, experience, and empathy for those that suffer with digestive disorders and has used his health gains to start a second career as a health coach.