About Functional Medicine Center of Minnesota

Our approach is individualized.  We leave no stone unturned in finding the CAUSE of your disease, then we create a specialized plan which links all the steps needed for you to gain your life back.   You find answers, and heal.  Leaving you no longer be dependent on drugs and feeling great.              

 

Functional Medicine Center of Minnesota is located at 103 Center Drive, Suite 200, Buffalo, MN 55313.

Office Hours: Monday, Wednesday & Thursday - 7:00 - 9:00 a.m. & 2:30 - 6:00 p.m.

New Patient Exams are individually scheduled.

Honoring the power of the body to heal itself: the power that made the body heals the body.

Functional Medicine

FUNCTIONAL MEDICINE refers to something totally different to what we have come to know as conventional medical. First of all, conventional medicine is likely what your are already familiar with, it give a name to your symptoms then you take a drug for the name given.  Likely for any chronic issue you’re told you will need the drugs given for the rest of your life.   

 

HERE IS THE SIMPLE DISTINCTION!

In Functional Medicine, the doctor identifies what function has been lost and asks a much more important question:
WHY HAS FUNCTION BEEN LOST? and WHAT CAN WE DO TO RESTORE FUNCTION?
In other words, a Functional Medicine doctor looks to find the ROOT CAUSE or mechanism involved with any loss of function, which ultimately reveals treatment to restore the lost function.  Allowing your body to heal itself.

Now take the first step with the finest Functional Medicine specialist by scheduling an assessment!
Patients accepted have great results in a very short time.

“Illness is never simply one discrete process or dysfunction. It is a bundle—a patient’s whole life, from genetics to beliefs and how those influences are layered to create the thing we call disease.” ~ Dr. Mark Hyman, chairman, Institute of Functional Medicine

We are a cutting edge clinic which uses Functional Medicine,  and the latest technologies to bring you results in a very short amount of time.

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