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What is Functional Medicine?
Functional medicine approach begins with a comprehensive medical and lifestyle assessment. We listen to your story, identify triggers, look at the timeline of your symptom history. We may incorporate tests and then we come up with a holistic treatment plan. Your personalized plan will address many aspects of your life from nutrition, exercise, physical needs, sleep, as well as stressors.
Test, Don’t Guess!
Do you want to understand more about what is going on in your body?
We have access to advanced diagnostic functional medicine testing. Let’s figure out what is going on in body and come up with actual insights based on the latest research.
Why Use Functional Medicine?
Functional medicine doesn’t just alleviate symptoms, it peels back the layers of the onion to identify the source of your illness. Everything is connected and that is why we need to look at the whole patient, the whole body. Digestion can impact inflammation, inflammation can affect brain health, etc.
What to Expect with Functional Medicine
A functional medicine approach starts with listening and gathering information.
We look at triggers such as poor nutrition, stress, toxins, allergies, genetics and the gut microbiome.
Dr Alana Barmby, N.D.
Dr. Barmby is a naturopathic doctor that incorporates a functional medicine approach to help you go from surviving to thriving. She has a special interest in mental health and has completed a fellowship in functional medicine focused in this area.
Dr. Joseph Schnurr, M.D.
Dr. Schnurr is an integrative physician who utilizes functional medicine to assist patients in taking a proactive approach to wellness with the goal of achieving optimal health and wellbeing. He has a special interest in integrative cancer care and recovery, chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia.
Dr. Schnurr would see you for a specific problem for integrative medicine only. He will not be your family doctor and nor would he practice any family medicine with you. Dr. Schnurr’s appointments are covered under health care so you need a valid Saskatchewan health card. Dr. Schnurr does not see anyone under the age of 18. If you wish to schedule an appointment, please call the office at 306-955-2633.