Johnson City TN Hormones Functional Medicine Thyroid Estrogen Guide Published

A functional medicine clinic in Johnson City, Tennessee has published an online introductory guide to hormones and how functional medicine can help individuals improve their overall health.

Tri-Cities Functional Medicine, a functional medicine clinic located in Johnson City, Tennessee, and serving patients throughout East Tennessee and into Virginia and North Carolina, has published an online introductory guide to hormones and how functional medicine can help individuals manage hormone levels and improve overall health.


More details can be found at https://www.tcfxmed.com/what-do-hormones-do-three-key-types-explained


The announcement about the hormone guide’s publication will be of interest to individuals who want to learn more about the key hormone groups in the human body and how they affect health and well-being.


Topics covered in the guide include why thyroid hormones are underappreciated, how hormones link people’s bodies and minds, and how a functional medicine approach can help.


Tri-Cities Functional Medicine’s online guide to hormones explains how testosterone, estrogen, thyroid, adrenaline, and cortisol hormone levels govern specific healthy body functions but, when left unbalanced, can contribute to chronic conditions and poor health.


Hormone imbalance can lead to a wide range of health problems, including weight gain or loss, high blood pressure and other heart problems, liver disease, mental health problems, and fertility-related issues.


The hormone guide explains how a functional medicine approach can normalize hormone levels and improve patients’ well-being and health.


Unlike traditional medicine, which often treats symptoms rather than the root causes, functional medicine takes a more holistic approach. Functional medicine considers things like environmental and lifestyle factors to diagnose and treat illness.


Tri-Cities Functional Medicine’s medical director is a licensed doctor who has completed advanced clinical training in functional medicine. The medical director is able to spend more time with his practice members than regular doctors spend with their patients.


He uses this time to conduct a thorough physical examination, take a detailed health history, order in-depth labs, and get to know who the patient is as a person. He is then able to help patients figure out what’s causing their symptoms and achieve their long-term health goals.


The medical director is supported by a team of health coaches who help patients implement their individualized treatment plans so they can get their life back and on balance.


More information about Tri-Cities Functional Medicine’s online guide to hormones and how functional medicine can help manage hormone levels and improve overall health is available at https://www.tcfxmed.com/what-do-hormones-do-three-key-types-explained


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