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Functional Medicine

Functional Medicine is a systems and biology–based approach that focuses on identifying and addressing the root cause of disease. Underlying causes from injuries, traumas, toxins, etc. are explored during an Initial Functional Medicine Consultation.


Each symptom or differential diagnosis may be one of many contributing factors to an individual’s illness. The precise manifestation of each cause depends on the individual’s genes, environment and lifestyle; only treatments that address the right, real cause will have lasting benefit beyond symptom suppression.

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Functional Chiropractic

Chiropractic corrects the musculoskeletal misalignments throughout the body to ensure that the brain is better able to communicate  signals to all other organs of the body.


When there is decreased movement in a joint, or misalignment, it can lead to pain in that area, decreased proprioception of the brain connecting to that area of the body, and eventually can contribute to degeneration and arthritis.

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Functional Neurology

Functional Neurology focuses on restoring healthy communication from the brain and spinal cord of the central nervous system through the cranial and peripheral nerves that are connected to each and every organ system of the body.


Through specific stimulation of these neural networks, we are able to ensure that the information for balancing and monitoring the functions of every organ system of the body are primed for optimal health. 

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Functional Epigenomics

Functional Genomics of evaluating an individual's epigenetic blueprint is focused on the interaction of genetic information with metabolism and individual responses to nutrients and other bioactive components of food, herbs, and supplements.


In this aspect of medicine, we are able to develop the most strategic health plan for each patient's individual blueprint and particular nutritional genomic needs.  

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Vision Statement & Core Values

To inspire and guide individuals on a transformative journey towards optimal health where vibrance, vitality, and the pursuit of excellence become the pillars of a thriving and fulfilling life.
  1. Health and Wellness: Prioritizing physical, mental, spiritual and emotional well-being as fundamental pillars of health and vitality.

  2. Empowerment: Encouraging individuals to take control of their health by providing them with knowledge, resources, and support to make informed decisions.

  3. Resilience: Promoting the ability to adapt, bounce back, and overcome challenges on the path to health and happiness.

  4. Integrity: Emphasizing honesty, transparency, and ethical behavior in all aspects of health-related practices and interactions.

  5. Holistic Approach: Recognizing the interconnectedness of various aspects of health (physical, mental, emotional, social, and spiritual) and embracing the most comprehensive and natural approach to well-being.

  6. Continuous Improvement: Encouraging lifelong learning, growth, and ongoing efforts to enhance health outcomes.

  7. Collaboration: Fostering partnerships and collaboration among healthcare providers, individuals, and communities to achieve shared goals of optimal health.

  8. Innovation: Embracing advancements in technology, research, and practices to continuously improve health outcomes and enhance well-being.

  9. Empathy and Compassion: Practicing and embodying empathy, understanding, and compassion toward individuals' unique health journeys and challenges.

  10. Excellence: Striving for excellence in all aspects of health-related services, programs, and interventions; aiming to deliver the highest standards of care and outcomes.

Our values are guiding principles to help create an environment and world that changes the idea of health for the greater good.

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