As a conventionally-trained allopathic family medicine physician, I quickly noticed the short-comings of my conventional training after only a year or so in practice.

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I was left frustrated by:

  • The frequent unavoidable adverse side effects that the medications I prescribed often caused.
  • My inability to help them feel better with conventional medicines due to allergies, intolerances and interactions with their other medications.
  • The overall lack of significant improvements I saw in my patients’ health and well-being when left with just pharmaceutical treatments.”
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Therefore, it was my patients who inspired my professional mission to expand my medical knowledge and training in the direction of integrative and holistic care, which has provided additional medical answers and treatments when conventional medicine did not.