Wellness

Wellness

Wellness (Functional Medicine) is personalized medicine that deals with primary prevention and underlying causes instead of symptoms for serious chronic disease.

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Food & Chemical Sensitivity/Intolerance

Food & Chemical Sensitivity/Intolerance

The inability to tolerate foods and environmental factors, also known as sensitivity or intolerance, harms you immune system and gives rise to inflammatory processes. This inflammation has been linked to countless chronic conditions including: digestive disorders, migraines, obesity, chronic fatigue, ADD, aching joints, skin disorders, arthritis, and many more.

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Allergy Testing

Allergy Testing

Are you suffering from Allergies? The world is full of potential allergy causing elements such as Molds, Plant, Pollen, Animal Dander, Foods, Dust and more! Optimum Health can help you figure out the source of your allergy issues to help resolve your allergy suffering.

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Digestive Health

Digestive Health

Gastrointestinal function is important for general health. The intestinal tract contains significant amounts of bacteria (some beneficial, some neutral, and some harmful) and houses the majority of our immune system.

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Thyroid Panel

Thyroid Panel

Have you been taking thyroid replacement hormones and told your lab tests are now “normal,” yet you are still suffering with thyroid deficiency symptoms such as these?

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Stress and Your Health

Stress and Your Health

Optimum Health’s integrative approach to healing can naturally help alleviate the symptoms and physiological damage that prolonged stress can cause. Our doctors may recommend a simple saliva test that can measure your body’s response to stress.

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Hormone Imbalance

Hormone Imbalance

Hormone imbalance is a true epidemic in our country. The average American female and male over 35 yearsfat-hormone1 of age suffers from some form of hormonal imbalance.

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What is Gluten and Gliadin?

What is Gluten and Gliadin?

Gluten is a protein that is in common grains such as wheat, rye, and barley, and other less common grains such as spelt, bulgar, semolina, couscous, triticale, graham, kamut and durum flour. It has a glue-like constancy that gives bread its elastic properties. If you are gluten intolerant, your body is unable to digest this glue-like protein.

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