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Every Person is Metabolically Unique. Shouldnt Your Treatment be as Well?

Most physicians are trained to look only in specific places for the answers, using the same familiar labs or diagnostic tests, however, many causes of chronic illness are not typically found in these places. The usual tests do not look for food sensitivities, hidden infections, environmental toxins, mold exposures, nutritional deficiencies, dysbiosis, intestinal permeability and metabolic imbalances.

Our office uses an innovative approach to assessing and investigating your health care concerns. Perhaps you have experienced being examined by your doctor, having blood tests done, x-rays or other diagnostic tests taken, only for your doctor to report back that all your tests are normal yet both you and your doctor know that you are anything but normal.

Unfortunately, this experience is all too common.

Dr. Jurgelewicz uses a variety of specialty laboratory testing to help his patients promote optimal health and identify the underlying cause of chronic disease.

Each person’s biochemical individuality exerts a major influence on his or her health. The level of nutrient intake that maintains the best possible health is highly variable from person to person.

Lifestyle choices and environmental exposures filtered through genetic predisposition are fundamental factors in the expression of disease, and a successful treatment approach must include investigation into these factors.

Why Functional Medicine?

Chronic illness is the result of imbalances in the underlying physiological systems in your body. When inflammation, blood sugar imbalance, insulin resistance, oxidative stress, hormonal problems, and other systemic dysfunction occur the body shifts out of balance.

This combined with poor diet, lack of nutrients, stress, environmental toxins, lack of exercise, and other lifestyle issues cause chronic disease to develop. Functional medicine investigates and identifies the body’s underlying physiological dysfunctions that contribute to these diseases.

Functional medicine is a unique patient-centered that treats the whole person.

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