While the health details of each individual are unique, it is also true that most healthy people share common habits that I consider essential to creating and sustaining health. At some point in a first appointment, I like to touch on the components I prioritize for creating good health.
“Health” is actually a word that was never uttered during my medical school training, and in modern medical dialogue is usually used to refer to a specific portion of physiology or medical understanding. We are interested in cardiovascular health, or mental health, or perhaps the health of our microbiome (the enormous colonies of helpful bacteria that live on our skin, respiratory tract, and the surface of our intestines.)
In both my practice and my writing, I am interested in helping each individual cultivate their own optimal health. Whatever limitations you might actually or possibly have, we can work together to strengthen your body and your mind and your satisfaction with the whole package! Imagine we’re sitting down in my office and we want to start to fine tune key actions for your better health.