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Wellness means thriving

Wellness medicine can be defined in different ways. Our favorite definition: Wellness is “thriving,” instead of just “surviving.” We believe this means thriving physically, emotionally, spiritually, intellectually, and socially. In a wider view, this includes other aspects of life including environmental, occupational, and financial health. Wellness for us then means helping our patients to make choices that lead to thriving. The workup then, involves evaluation of multiple, interrelated body systems, in the context of behavior and lifestyle.

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Mature woman running along the shore of the beach. Older female doing sport to keep fit. Concept of healthy living in the elderly. Senior woman in fitness clothing running along beach

Wellness workup may involve:

  • Detailed history evaluation, including comprehensive symptom analysis
  • Detailed physical examination
  • Detailed history evaluation, including comprehensive symptom analysis
  • Detailed physical examination

Following the evaluation, we work with you to present a Comprehensive Wellness Plan including:

  • Dietary recommendations
  • Supplemental nutrition, Nutraceuticals
  • Behavioral interventions
  • Behavioral interventions
  • Hormone optimization
  • Procedural treatments
  • Repeat testing
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Conditions addressed:

  • Fatigue
  • Digestive issues, Gastroesophageal Reflux
  • Nutrition issues
  • Adrenal dysfunction from chronic stress
  • Hormone dysfunction
  • Mild depression and anxiety
  • Autoimmune conditions
  • Brain fog
  • Sexual health, intimate wellness
  • Diabetes, insulin resistance
  • Urinary urgency, frequency, incontinence
  • Chronic infections
  • Inflammation
  • Obesity
  • Menopause/ Andropause
  • Dietary changes, food reactions
  • Muscle loss, sarcopenia
  • Anemia
  • Loss of motivation
  • Prevention of Heart Disease, Diabetes, Cancer, Dementia
  • Chronic feelings of not being well
  • Declines in functioning with aging
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These symptoms often work together to impact thriving in our lives. Examples of these principles in action include:

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    When someone has fatigue and brain fog, they often struggle with intellectual pursuits, making them unable to perform well at work, which often leads to financial struggles as a result. Through our wellness program, we help our patients overcome fatigue and brain fog, helping them return to thriving instead of just surviving!

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    Some patients struggle with chronic, high levels of stress which impacts their physical, spiritual, and emotional health. This affects thriving for many of us!
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    Patients struggling with sexual dysfunction often have difficulty in both emotional and social thriving. Repairing and restoring intimate functioning helps people to thrive!

There is so much hope for a fuller, more joyful future – let us guide you along the way as you journey to a new adventure in feeling better mentally and physically.

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