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CUTV News Radio Spotlights Susan Peck

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Eau Claire WI - Susan is a holistic nurse practitioner specializing in gerontology, integrative therapies, and most importantly, finding and treating the cause of the patient’s symptoms.

In our clinic, we don't just look at the symptoms you are experiencing and prescribe a drug to control those symptoms or refer you for surgery. Instead, an exhaustive search is undertaken to find the underlying imbalances that might be causing your symptoms. Being able to identify the root cause(s) of disorders is vitally important to improving health.

Underlying causes of chronic health problems may include immune dysfunction, hormonal imbalances, inflammation, chemical exposure, digestive problems, or heavy metal toxicity, among others. By pinpointing the underlying cause, we have a far better chance of solving your health problems successfully. Through proper diagnostic testing and treatment options,  you can get your body back on track.

While drugs or surgery are necessary for acute health problems like heart attacks or broken bones or appendicitis, that approach isn’t as successful for managing chronic illness and life-altering health problems. Functional Medicine can identify and correct the underlying problem, making having to “live with it” far more easy to do.

Based on the results gathered from the tests done and an in-depth personal interview, we'll set up a treatment plan to help the patient get better.

A wide range of therapies are used for treatment. Mainstream medicine does have its place. But equally important are integrative therapies such as healing touch, guided imagery, nutrition - both oral and intravenous, ozone, and prolozone therapy.

For more information on Susan Peck visit www.ozonehealthoffice.com

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