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Ep 11 – What is Functional Medicine?

Not sure if you understand what functional medicine is? You’ve probably heard the term but aren’t quite sure what it really is. It can be defined as a framework that bridges the gap between conventional western medicine and everything considered “alternative” medicine.

Where traditional medicine relies on symptom treatment, functional medicine focuses on the root causes of the problem. Learn how functional medicine can provide solutions and treatments that are as natural as possible and focused on finding the root cause of many health issues.  
In this episode you will discover: 
– The differences between a functional medicine vs. the traditional medical model 
– What it means to take a holistic approach when diagnosing health issues 
– The 4 P’s of Functional Medicine 


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Disclaimer: This podcast is for educational purposes only and is not a substitute for professional medical care by a licensed practitioner. This podcast is provided on the understanding that it does not constitute medical or other professional advice or services. If you’re looking for help on your journey, we recommend that you seek out a qualified functional medicine practitioner.

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