A powerful new model for assessment, treatment, and prevention of chronic disease
The latest in genetic science, systems biology, and understanding of how environmental and lifestyle factors influence health and disease
Predictive, personalized medicine and empowers patients to take an active role in their own health
A partnership between the patient and the practitioner in the healing process
Appropriate use of conventional and alternative methods to facilitate the body's innate healing response
Consideration of all factors that influence health, including mind, body, spirit, and community
A philosophy that neither rejects conventional medicine nor accepts alternative therapies uncritically
Recognition that good medicine should be based in good science, be inquiry driven, and be open to new paradigms
Use of natural, effective, less-invasive interventions whenever possible
Eating well enhances one's innate healing capacity. A nutrient dense whole food diet has the power to prevent and treat a myriad of illnesses from autoimmune disease, asthma, and eczema to cancer, diabetes, heart disease, and stroke. Using food as medicine it is quite possible to reduce one's dependence on medications.
"Today I am blessed with good health and an active life because I was led by friends to Integrative Medicine. I have Crohns disease which had gotten worse and worse and was quickly becoming debilitating, with flares every month which required trips to the ER and sometimes overnight stays at the hospital. I knew my nutrition was terrible but believed I was eating/drinking what I could most easily digest. After my initial visit with Jonie Hall, Nutrition and Lifestyle Educator, in May 2017, I was quickly referred to Dr. Chris Link. I did not know I was consuming foods which were causing more inflammation. Since I have been on the proper diet and supplements for my inflammation, I have not had a Crohns flare for four months. I feel like a new person and my life is no longer controlled by pain and emergency trips to the bathroom."