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Functional Medicine

A large part of functional medicine is known as Communication System Management. Communication System Management is a new and innovative way of properly diagnosing the degree of stress response, as well as treating the effects that this response can bring to the many systems scattered throughout the body. The stress response is often the culprit of a wide variety of different conditions, and as such is the case, Communication System Management allows healthcare practitioners to provide an alternative to pharmaceutical therapy options that is strictly based on research. This alternative to pharmaceutical drugs allows patients to see a rapid decrease in the overall severity of symptoms, as well as allows healthcare providers to treat the cause of the stress, in order to improve the patient’s overall life.

In order to allow this section of functional medicine to reach peak effectiveness, the absolute best testing equipment has been used to define and measure the markers in the body that regulate the Stress Axis, in order to find the best solution for each patient.

Because a large portion (over 70%) of deaths are caused by some type of severe disease, functional medicine is vital for a patient’s well-being, as it allows a much cheaper alternative to be performed for a patient while having the same, if not better, effects. Functional medicine utilizes many different aspects of both conventional and alternative medicine, allowing each patient to receive the absolute best treatment for his or her specific needs. By utilizing the technology that we are presented with today, functional medicine is able to assess both the Stress Axis function and the overall effectiveness of the neuroendocrine system to best serve each patient and improve the overall quality of life for millions of people.

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