Optimal Health & Wellness Starts Here
FSIM-Optimal Health & Wellness Inside and Out
NOW OFFERING MEDICALLY RELEVANT AESTHETICS
Treating aggravating conditions including:
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The goals of this powerful approach is to make you feel better, live healthier, and look your best self.
Why Integrative Functional Medicine?
Integrative Functional Medicine incorporates multiple treatment modalities into a personalized approach to treat the root cause of your symptoms and chronic diseases. Rather than narrowly focusing on any individual problem or system, Functional Medicine uses whole-system thinking to look at the interrelationships of how the parts of the system are affected. This makes our partnership, the evaluation, and treatment part of the healing process. Using therapies from both traditional medicine and integrative medicine we are able to help improve symptoms, reduce inflammation, and rebalance health while improving your sense of well-being, which is critical to optimizing your health.
Meet Rashna Staid
Rashna Staid has been practicing Intergrative Functional Medicine for almost two decades. She is board certified in Internal Medicine (ABIM) and Integrative Medicine (ABOIM). She specializes in Preventive Medicine with a mind-body approach to the patient while blending traditional and complementary medicine to optimize a patient's care. Her philosophy is to get to the root cause of disease and inflammation to best deal with the disease and rebalance health. Her special interests are in nutrition and nutritional deficiencies, thyroid and other hormonal disorders, metabolic and lipid disorders, stress management, and women's health.
Learn more about Dr. Staid here.
Awards and Recognitions
Candidate for Certification
“Every visit with Dr. Staid is abundant with useful, pertinent information. She uses the time afforded us in a practical manner without compromising engagement and compassion. She continuously partners with me to review and assess solutions and treatment modalities for my issues and concerns, with an eye to how my genetic, environmental, and lifestyle factors impact my health."