In working on problems from an integrative or functional perspective, it is not always necessary to begin with a name diagnosis for a "condition". We work from a vantage point of rebalancing the body, replacing what is found to be lacking, supporting what is found to be weak, avoiding what is found to be aggravating, and eliminating or detoxifying what is found to be excessive or harmful inside the body. As such, many chronic conditions and symptoms can be successfully addressed and improved without defining a medical diagnosis. A diagnosis, or a working diagnosis, while it may be useful in suggesting a possible underlying mechanism that needs to be supported or corrected, is not essential to beginning a useful process.
With this in mind, below is a list of some of the many and varied patient conditions or symptom constellations with which we have achieved successful results with our patients. (Please note: There may be a considerable overlap between conditions listed by name and those listed by symptoms)