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WellnessFX holds our practitioners to the highest quality standards. All of our physicians are board certified, and all of our non-physician practitioners (such as nutritionists and dieticians) are licensed or certified in their field.Read More
To join the WellnessFX practitioner network, practitioners are carefully screened, required to complete the WellnessFX training program and are credentialed by VeriPoint, an independent credentials verification program. In addition, we gather user feedback and perform internal quality assurance after each consultation. Practitioners who do not meet the WellnessFX standard of care or who do not follow the Provider Rules and Agreement will be removed from our network.
Courtney is a licensed acupuncturist and a board certified primary care practitioner in functional medicine. Functional medicine is neither conventional nor alternative medicine. Instead, it combines the best elements of both, treating symptoms by addressing the underlying cause of the problem which leads to more profound and longer lasting results.
Courtney is focused on providing Patient-Centered care. Her treatments are highly individualized based on your needs and include nutritional medicine, dietary strategies, and lifestyle therapies. Courtney works with you to empower, educate and encourage you to play an active role in your healing process so that you can have optimal health for a lifetime. She understands how to treat the body as an interconnected whole and recognizes the importance of these connections in health and disease. Courtney’s specialties include correcting unhealthy metabolic and hormone dysfunction, resolving food and digestive issues, promoting healthy weight management using the Paleolithic Principle, evaluating the complex thyroid, supporting the immune system and protecting the aging brain. Courtney's private practice is located in Portola Valley, CA.
As a pharmacist, Peter is committed to the health and well-being of his patients through the application of evidence-based medicine. He works closely with both patients and their practitioners to ensure that specific needs are met and questions are answered. Peter gives patients the tools and information they need to optimize their health and prevent disease. He believes the practice of medicine should focus on allowing patients to have a high quality of life throughout their entire life and that this can often be achieved through diet, exercise, supplements and stress reduction.
Peter has extensive experience in helping patients improve their health through hormone balancing. This experience includes addressing the effects of chronic stress, optimizing thyroid function and using bio-identical hormone replacement therapy. He’s also well-trained in developing customized compounded medications for patients who are not being served by conventional prescription medications. Peter has his own pharmacy in San Francisco (Koshland Pharm) and also serves as an Adjunct Professor of Clinical Pharmacy at UCSF.
As a Certified Clinical Nutritionist, Leni’s focus is to develop Healthy Living Programs using foods, nutrients, and natural therapies to help her clients reclaim their health. Her role is to guide, to listen, to learn and to help YOU stop battling symptoms and to start cultivating health. Leni’s specialties include preventive and therapeutic healthy living programs; detoxification/drainage for all health issues; chronic digestive, intestinal health and food intolerance/sensitivities; weight loss and body composition; stress reduction; adrenal rebuilding and immune support.
Leni’s philosophy for health can be summed up in three words: Cleanse, Build, and Balance. These three vital steps are the ground in which health takes root. Upon a foundation of delicious, nourishing food, we gently move toxic accumulations out of the body, satisfy deficits, balance excess, and harmonize functioning. Foods and nutrients are powerful tools to strengthen the body and stabilize the mind. Leni’s private practice is located in the San Francisco Bay/Silicon Valley Area.
Justin is a board certified internist, exercise physiologist and health strategist who specializes in integrative, preventative and longevity medicine. With over 15 years experience in health and fitness, Justin offers a unique blend of disciplines and perspectives to clients who are interested in restoring or sustaining health and vitality. The goal of Justin’s practice is to help clients understand and engage their health or dis-ease, ultimately empowering them to embrace health as an intentioned cultivation. Aging is a natural process; health decline and dis-ease are not.
Justin’s specialties include integrative internal medicine; blending pharmaceutical and nutraceutical therapies; bio-Identical hormone replacement and balancing; functional medicine; environmental medicine; evaluation and restoration of a healthy human ecosystem; lifestyle medicine; and supporting effective and efficient strategies for cultivating vitality. Justin believes in empowering health and vitality through bio-metric analysis, lifestyle engagement and integrative therapeutics. Justin’s private practice is in Marin Valley.
Charles is a board certified physician who combines the most advanced insights of modern science with the perennial truths of ancient healing traditions. He functions as a guide, collaborating with his patients in a partnership which empowers them to reach their fullest health potential. His practice emphasizes the total spectrum of a patient’s health: mind, body and spirit and utilizes a personalized treatment approach so that people may create a state of optimal wellness in their lives. Charles supports people in discovering healthier solutions to their illnesses and imbalances by first focusing on their lifestyle and then utilizing various safe and natural therapies such as nutrition, supplements, herbs and stress reduction.
Charles specialties include women facing hormonal difficulties such as PMS, perimenopause, postmenopause; men confronting low testosterone syndrome; overweight or obese individuals interested in weight loss; individuals with Hypothyroid disorders; individuals with “adrenal burnout or fatigue”; individuals with stomach disorders such as IBS and gluten sensitivities and individuals who are following vegan, vegetarian or Paleolithic ways of eating.
Shauna is a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine. In addition to traditional Western Medicine, she is also trained to take a holistic view of the body. By becoming familiar with your risk factors for heart disease and diabetes as well as knowing your genetic biological markers, she focuses on lifestyle changes such as diet, exercise, herbal and nutraceutical supplements, and, when appropriate, prescription pharmaceuticals to improve overall health.
Although trained in traditional medicine, she realized early on that the mind, body, and spirit cannot be compartmentalized, and that the role of medicine is to provide clients with a diverse background of knowledge so that the client may have the "tools" necessary to play a larger role in self-healing. It can sometimes be overwhelming to wade through the body of information in the various healing modalities, and Shauna works to find which modalities can be utilized and tailored to your concerns.
As a nutritionist/dietitian for over 17 years, Sarah has a special interest in integrative medicine, whole foods, dietary supplements and natural treatment methods. She practices integrative medical nutrition therapy to help treat her patients. Sarah’s personal and professional experience has escalated her desire to be an active participant in improving the health status of the world, one person at a time. She’s worked hard to develop her expertise in nutrition and health in order to help individuals improve their health and well-being through nutrition and healthy living.
Sarah’s professional experience ranges from providing individual nutrition therapy to training and educating professionals and students at both the University and Junior College level. Her specialties include weight loss/management; sports nutrition; women’s health; cancer; diabetes; food intolerances/sensitivities; Celiac disease; heart disease, gastrointestinal issues (upper and lower); high blood pressure; preventative nutrition; vegetarianism; addressing low energy levels; and hypoglycemia.
Sarah has provided nutrition consultation to WIC, hospitals, nursing homes and home health programs and is currently in private practice in the North Bay.
Yasmin is a MD, dual board-certified physician trained in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics. She has practiced in primary care settings since 2001, practicing traditional Western Medicine peppered with a healthy respect for alternative therapies including homeopathy, herbal remedies and ayurveda. Yasmin also understands that there are many therapies that "work" for a person that might not have a large body of evidence to support the utility of their use. Some aspects of medicine that fall within this realm are osteopathy, acupuncture, and naturopathy. She often helps her patients research remedies that they feel may help them and, together, come to a decision about whether it will improve their health or sense of well-being.
Yasmin is interested in counseling her patients about how strongly their diet and nutrition affects their health, and often advises patients to take appropriate vitamin or mineral supplements to optimize their health. In particular, she promotes a low-carbohydrate diet, rich in healthy proteins and fats. For some people, this translates well to the Paleolithic Diet. She also advises trials of Gluten-free diets or cutting out casein from the diet if it appears that this might help her patients.
Yasmin stresses the importance of how the mind, body and spirit fit into the spectrum of health. She often helps her patients learn meditation or breathing techniques to help with everything from anxiety to hypertension. She finds that practicing in an Osteopathic institution aligns well with her belief in holistic health.
Ross is a pharmacist, a certified clinical nutritionist and a health educator. For the past 20 years, a significant part of Ross’s career has been devoted to speaking, writing, and conducting seminars on a variety of health-related topics. He also teaches continuing education programs for physicians, pharmacists, chiropractors, nurses, dieticians, and other health care professionals. Ross loves the opportunity to teach others about how to utilize and integrate natural medicine into their practices.
Ross’s primary focus is evaluating lab tests to help people identify health issues and then providing recommendations to help them improve their health and overall wellness. Ross provides nutritional consultations, lab result evaluations, and drug/nutrient depletion evaluations.
As a sports chiropractor and clinical nutritionist for over 20 years, John understands the important relationships between body mechanics and biochemical balance. Having worked with numerous professional, Olympic and recreational athletes, John has gained a unique perspective on the balance between health and fitness. Although he provides advice on injuries, diet, nutritional supplementation, lifestyle and exercise coaching, the services he provides go beyond what you might see as your "immediate problem" to discover deeper underlying issues.
John strongly believes in the body's innate ability to heal itself if we provide the proper building blocks (nutritional/biochemical balancing) and remove interferences (structural corrections). This allows the body to heal naturally, allowing you to get back to enjoying life now and setting the stage for a healthier future.
The panel that leverages advanced cardiovascular and lipid science to provide the health information that everyone should be getting and few have experienced.
This panel measures markers of chronic low-level inflammation which usually don't produce symptoms but are now understood to be related to virtually all health problems.
Optimal levels of vitamin D are critical for immune function and long-term health. What's your level of vitamin D?
This panel is a group of 16 specific tests that provide important information about the current status of your kidney and liver function, acid/base balance, blood sugar and blood proteins.
A CBC is an integral part of getting a "snapshot" of your health. It measures the amount of red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets in your blood, and also evaluates the relative condition or health of these cells. The CBC is also used as a broad screening test to check for anemia, infections, and many other diseases.
It is also important to realize that an abnormal gene does not necessarily cause a disease. With this information, you can often identify diet, nutritional and lifestyle interventions that can dramatically influence your health risks.
Assesses whether your daily aspirin therapy is being effective to help prevent a heart attack.
This advanced lipid panel provides more predictive insights into heart health by showing levels of important lipid fractions that correlate with cardiac risk even in people with normal lipid panels.
A critical part of healthy aging involves attaining and maintaining optimal levels of key hormones in the body. After age 30, hormone levels begin to decline in most people.
Maintaining optimal skeletal health is important for longterm health. We measure various bone markers to assess skeletal health including, alkaline phosphatase (ALP), vitamin D levels (as 25-hydroxy vitamin D), parathyroid hormone levels and osteocalcin.
Tumor markers are substances produced in the body when some form of cancer metabolism is active. These markers are used to screen for certain types of cancer and they are also used to evaluate the effectiveness of cancer therapy.
Fats play critical roles in human health. This test evaluates an individual’s fatty acid profile, assessing levels of “good fats” “bad fats” and the relative amount and ratios of fats in the body.
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