New Functional and Integrative Medicine Wellness Clinic

Starting in March, Functional medicine practitioner and acupuncturist Tressa Breindel, LAc, MSOM, of InHealthRVA, is joining board-certified internal medicine physician Betsy Miller, M.D., to provide a Functional medicine, acupuncture and internal medicine primary medical care clinic in Richmond. The office will host and work collaboratively with health coach Amy Hawkins, Functional medicine-trained nutritionist Samantha Silva-Minns and massage therapist Ildeko Drauschak.

       Functional medicine uses advanced lab testing and clinical investigation to get to the root cause of health issues. It is good for anyone that wants to optimize their health and fix the underlying causes of health issues, not just treat the symptoms.

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