Functional Medicine is a patient-centered model that individually identifies the causes that are at the root of chronic diseases and health problems of our time.
Nutritional deficiencies due to poor diet, sustained stress, or exposure to environmental toxins are some of the factors that contribute to immune dysfunction and generate silent chronic inflammation.
Knowing the state of the microbiota is increasingly essential to regulate and modify patterns that promote inflammation.
Specific analytical tests and a functional analysis of feces allow us to know each patient’s nutrient needs as well as the use of appropriate prebiotics and probiotics, to restore the proper functioning of the various organs and systems.
Functional Medicine allows you to identify and modify imbalances biochemicals to prevent and treat chronic cardio-metabolic, autoimmune, digestive diseases, diabetes, deficient detoxification and hormonal alterations.
It uses therapeutic measures such as diet, nutritional supplements, oligotherapy or microimmunotherapy, without risk to the person’s health.