When it comes to taking care of patients, some doctors follow a more traditional approach, where the focus centers on finding and eradicating the disease. In contrast, functional medicine is a newer approach that seeks to view patients not as a collection of symptoms, but as a whole person who should be considered in entirety.
Some people may be wary of trying acupuncture because they are scared of being stuck with a bunch of needles all over their body. Rest assured, acupuncture is actually a painless and safe way to effectively manage a variety of conditions.
Functional Medicine addresses the underlying causes of disease, using a systems-oriented approach and engaging both patient and practitioner in a therapeutic partnership.
When you go to a chiropractic clinic, you quite logically expect to receive chiropractic adjustments for what ails you. But holistic health and wellness care can involve a number of therapies that provide synergistic benefits when combined.
Did you know that what (and how much) you eat can have a major impact, not just on your waistline, but also on your physical function, comfort, and well-being? Here at Aaaah…Wellness, “eating for health” is more than just a saying.
These days it seems as if practically everyone is trying to lose weight — and for good reason. Excess weight and obesity can pose genuine threats to your health and wellness, but so can fad diets and other unwise weight loss techniques.
Injury, disease, pain and functional disabilities related to nerve, brain, tendons, bones, muscles and joints can be diagnosed and treated with the Mesa Physical Medicine approach.
Many painful injuries can occur following an auto accident. One common injury is whiplash, which happens when the body is suddenly forced in a forward and backward motion during an auto accident. Accidents involving a car, motorcycle, go kart and even golf cart, can cause whiplash.