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New evidence demonstrates that the functional medicine model of care is associated with improvements in health-related quality of life.
Gastroenterologist Alberto Rubio Tapia, MD, an internationally recognized authority on celiac disease (CD), has joined Cleveland Clinic to create a comprehensive CD treatment and research program.
A pain management physician says incorporating functional medicine’s integrative approach into care can greatly improve a patient’s response to treatment.
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One patient turns to functional medicine for relief from a cough he’d had for 25 years. After six weeks of dietary changes and detoxification methods, he reports dramatic, sustainable improvement.
With chronic disease affecting one in two Americans, functional medicine is a practice that aims to reduce this national epidemic. Take a closer look at the education of a functional medicine provider.
Growing evidence compels us to work with our patients to achieve both disease control and wellness.
From research to shared medical appointments, a lot is happening at Cleveland Clinic’s Center for Functional Medicine. Learn more in this Q&A with Medical Director Elizabeth Bradley, MD.
Since the Center for Functional Medicine opened in Fall 2014, there has been a great demand for appointments. To address this need, the center launched a series of disease-specific shared appointments that have been well-received by patients.
The science behind how functional medicine works is empiric and case based, but not well documented in peer-reviewed literature. Leading rheumatologist and researcher Dr. Elaine Husni has been named Chair of Translational Functional Medicine Research to help change that.