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Health Solutions and the Clinic

Health Solutions Medical Practice

Health Solutions
Medical Practice

Health Solutions is an inspiring health company which embodies the beliefs of functional medicine and nutritional approaches to optimal health.

We aim to bring together the scientific and researched approach of health management whilst using a whole body approach to health concerns of an individual or group. This is done through the combination of recognised functional laboratory tests and the understanding of emerging and latest research in biochemistry and physiology in the context of a clinical setting, with a focus on diet and lifestyle.

Whether it is hormonal imbalance, stress management, digestive problems, weight loss, eating disorders, behavioral problems, chronic disease, sports nutrition or general health; we will work with you to identify the underlying clinical imbalances of chronic disease and work towards gaining your optimal health potential.

Functional Medicine - What it is?

Functional Medicine is an integrative science-based approach to health care that is patient-centered, and that assesses and corrects the core clinical imbalances that underlie various disease conditions in order to restore each patient's functionality and health. Functional medicine is completely grounded in the scientific principles and information widely available in medicine today, using research from various disciplines to develop detailed and clinically relevant models of disease pathogenesis and effective clinical management.

Functional medicine is a science-based field of health care that is grounded in the following principles:

Biochemical individuality describes the importance of individual variations in metabolic function that derive from genetic and environmental differences among individuals.

Patient-centered medicine emphasizes “patient care” rather than “disease care”, following Sir William Osler's admonition that “It is more important to know what patient has the disease than to know what disease the patient has”.