I am lifestyle medicine physician who is passionate about helping patients reverse their chronic lifestyle related diseases by fixing the habits that caused them in the first place. The human body is fundamentally self-healing, as long as it is given what it needs to repair itself and isn’t constantly being bombarded with things that cause damage! As a family physician who personally and professionally experienced how poorly modern medicine is able to treat chronic lifestyle-related diseases and how much more effective lifestyle improvements are in treating these same conditions, I “retro-trained” in lifestyle medicine and never looked back. Making behavioral change is not easy, and having a guide with a roadmap to show you what to work on and in what order is critical for long term success. I spent the first half of my career putting patients on medications and sending them for procedures while they continued to get sicker and sicker. The second half of my career is dedicated to guiding patients through the process of fixing their habits so they can get off their medications and regain their health and vitality.
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