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    My business is very unique in the fact that is combines medical diagnosis with natural holistic treatment. It is a comprehensive assessment of physical, chemical, and emotional imbalances that lead to disease or inefficiency in the body. The diagnosis may be similar to that of a medical doctor but the treatment is not for the symptom. The treatment is for why the organism is allowing the symptom to manifest in the body. When blood chemistries, hormones, and neurotransmitters are balanced and in homeostatic ranges, we can achieve optimum health and quality of life. This is what we offer.


    What makes us unique is how we use the information we have to assess each patient individually. Two patients may come in for the same type of symptom and have completely different treatment plans. It is truly personalized as we even use genetic information to decipher why some of these imbalances may occur. There are not many other businesses that we are aware of that combine functional medicine, chiropractic medicine, and personalized medicine as we do. That is why we consider ourselves pioneers in health care on a new frontier of achieving maximal health and more importantly quality if life. People that can benefit from our type of business are people that have tried and failed with medical interventions, people that would like a natural alternative to managing their disease with medications that never cure them, people that have a family history of cancer, diabetes, or neuro-degenerative diseases.

    Dr. Ray Tolmos
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