Dr. Hartman is dual certified in both Integrative Medicine and Functional Medicine. But what exactly does that mean? Let’s untangle these definitions together.
Food is the single biggest modifiable risk factor in modern chronic diseases and at the same time the single greatest health enhancer and disease modifier. You are what you eat! It’s that simple.
Dr. Hartman reviews popular books for helpfulness and accuracy. Begin your personal and intellectual journey this year.
In part 3 of a series on Mold-Related Biotoxin Illness (or Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome), Dr. Hartman unpacks the biotoxin pathway and reviews laboratory tests necessary to diagnose CIRS.
In part 2 of a series on Mold-Related Biotoxin Illness (or Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome), Dr. Hartman reviews the systematic criteria used to diagnose CIRS.
While we are increasingly hearing more about inflammation, few of us understand the good purposes inflammation plays in our body or when those good purposes move to dysfunction.
In the Functional Medicine model, the body’s function is viewed in light of seven fundamental systems. It takes into account how the environment interacts with your genes and can result in health or disease.
Most individuals don’t recognize that fatigue, digestive issues, aches, pains, allergies, mood swings … are not just annoying symptoms but are early clues to underlying biological dysfunction that may develop into a full blow disease over time…