Utilizing a restorative approach, we address any imbalances. A combination of medical grade supplementation and natural hormone balancing are used to restore any nutrient or hormone levels that are low.
An imbalance in one or more of these areas - hormones, nutrients, toxin clearance, mind and body - can play a role in your symptoms or conditions. In turn, these imbalances can affect multiple body systems including the nervous system, digestion, immune and metabolic systems. More importantly, it helps us discover the root causes of your symptoms or conditions.
Restoration of optimal functioning in these areas can play an important role in your overall health, healing and wellness. It can also help you with long-term prevention strategies from chronic disease.
Dr. Chua adapted this protocol from her training at SaJune Institute for Restorative and Regenerative Medicine.
Overall Treatment Plan
All of your treatment options for restoration of your underlying imbalances are presented. The overall treatment plan is formulated using methods and strategies that are safe, natural and backed with scientific evidence. Also, as much as possible, they are simple and cost-effective. Together we come up with a plan that is comfortable for you.
Get The Balance Right
For most patients, the integrative and restorative process works best if we address optimization by tiers with nutrient and hormone levels as the base. It can take at least 6 months to optimize nutrient and hormone levels, but typically before then patients slowly start to feel better. They sleep better, energy increases, mood improves. They become more motivated to start work on other areas such as improving their diet, incorporating exercise and implementing stress relief strategies. We work with patients until optimization in all 5 areas is achieved.
Normal vs. Optimal
Difference Between "Normal" and "Optimal"
Patients often come to us and say that their lab tests were done and their results are "normal". Yet they have symptoms with no clear explanation. In these cases, it is important to determine if you are in the "optimal" range. Your optimal level is dependent on your particular symptoms or issues.