Integrative medicine combines the best of conventional medicine with other alternative of complementary aspects of medicine to treat the entire patient.
Functional medicine is a “root-cause” approach to healthcare. It seeks to find the underlying cause of disease or distress and treats the entire person.
BHRT uses bio-identical hormones that have the same chemical structure as hormones that are made by the human body. This allows them to blend seamlessly and bind to receptor sites for optimal balance and symptom resolution.
Women of all ages can potentially benefit from BHRT. Balancing hormones can help improve symptoms of PMS, PCOS, estrogen dominance, perimenopause, and menopause. Common symptoms of hormone imbalance include hot flashes, night sweats, insomnia, decreased libido, vaginal dryness, fatigue, lack of concentration and short-term memory deficits.
We offer standard laboratory blood testing. In addition, we offer functional medicine testing to include:
DUTCH (dried urine testing for comprehensive hormones)
Salivary testing for hormones and cortisol
Urine metabolite testing for neurotransmitters, heavy metals, and essential minerals
IV hydration therapy is a treatment method in which fluids are delivered directly into your bloodstream through a small IV inserted into your arm. The fluids included in the bag can be a mix of vitamins, electrolytes, antioxidants, and even medication.
IV Hydration therapy can be helpful in many situations. It can be used to rehydrate, help with migraines, improve recovery time in athletes, relieve stress, improve clarity and focus, treat hangovers or quicken recovery time from illness.
Yes. We accept all major forms of insurance. Please provide us a copy of your card at check in.
You can schedule an appointment by calling our office by using our online scheduling option.
Yes. We encourage all patients to fill out necessary paperwork online. This will ensure low wait times for all patients of the clinic.
Certain Insurance policies may require a referral to a provider other than their "assigned" physician.