We Specialize In
More people than ever before are getting and surviving cancer. And, if you’re among the 15.5 million cancers survivors living in the U.S. today, then you’re likely living with late-effects of cancer treatment, fear of recurrence, and comorbidities. But, with a comprehensive care plan, you can recover from cancer.
Lyme disease is the fastest growing vector-borne, infectious disease in the U.S., with more than 300,000 people diagnosed each year. But, with no accurate tests, many people go undiagnosed for years. And, with short treatment courses, nearly half of people treated relapse and end up with long-term health conditions.
Mold illness is what often follows exposure to mold and toxic microorganisms. With half of all buildings water damaged and a quarter of the population carrying at least one faulty immune response gene, mold illness is common. Without care, genetically susceptible people remain ill long after the exposure has passed.
Being overweight is a significant risk-factor for cancer and chronic illness. And, losing weight after cancer or when chronically ill is a struggle for many people. But, with a comprehensive weight-loss plan that goes beyond the usual diet and exercise, or calories in and calories out, weight-loss is not only possible, it’s probable.
Care for people with
- Adrenal fatigue
- Allergies or sensitivities
- Autoimmune conditions
- Cancer or late effects of treatment
- Blood pressure, blood sugar, or cholesterol challenges
- Detoxification or methylation challenges (e.g., MTHFR)
- Digestive disorder
- Gluten intolerance or celiac disease
- Hormone imbalance
- Leaky gut
- Lyme disease, co-infections or post-treatment syndrome
- Mold related illness
- Neurodegenerative conditions
- Thyroid disorder
- Poorly healed injury or trauma
- Structural imbalance