A series of events and meetings throughout his training led Nate Bergman, DO, MBA, to specialize in functional medicine. Now with Cleveland Clinic’s Center for Functional Medicine, Dr. Bergman has a special interest in how this practice can impact cognitive health.
How well do functional medicine treatments help asthma patients? Cleveland Clinic’s Center for Functional Medicine is conducting research alongside experts from the Respiratory Institute to find out. This is one of a handful of studies underway at Cleveland Clinic to gather evidence-based data on functional medicine treatments.
A recent report estimated that 35.6 million people worldwide lived with dementia in 2010. By the year 2030 this is expected to double. A Cleveland Clinic functional medicine nutritionist says healthcare providers can help patients understand the connection between cognitive function and diet.
It has been a year since Aunna Herbst, DO, joined the staff of Cleveland Clinic’s Center for Functional Medicine. Here, Dr. Herbst talks about her path to becoming a functional medicine physician.
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Functional Medicine is not a new specialty or modality, but an emerging consensus on causes and cures for disease, framed to promote healthy lifestyles and disease-preventing behaviors. Dr. Mark Hyman shares an overview.
In September 2014, Cleveland Clinic became the first major medical center to have a Center for Functional Medicine. The success of this venture has surpassed all expectations.
Studies show that environmental toxins disrupt cholesterol and glucose metabolism, and create insulin resistance. Functional Medicine physician Mark Hyman, MD, on the need to reset the metabolism through diet and exercise.
Mark Hyman, MD, explains how functional medicine addresses the underlying causes of chronic conditions to ultimately prevent and remedy disease.