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.
Many natural substances are not technically classified as drugs, but still have significant effects on physiology. We make individualized supplement recommendations to upgrade the quality of your diet and support the processes of your body.
In part three of this series on gastroenterology, Dr. Hartman introduces his Gut Health protocol: the 5R Program.
In part two of this series on gastroenterology, Dr. Hartman discusses what happens when things go wrong. How do malfunctions in this complex system relate to our health and affect our health?
In part one of this series on gastroenterology, Dr. Hartman outlines the basic systems at work in your GI tract during digestion of foods.
In this episode, Dr. Hartman continues to explore the first pillar of functional medicine, Diet and Nutrition, by discussing several of the most popular diet trends of today. If you’ve heard of Paleo, Keto, Gluten-free, and Vegan and sometimes wonder what may be the best choice for you, you’ll want to listen in to this episode.
In this episode, Dr. Hartman begins to discuss the pillars of functional medicine. These are the foundations upon which everything else is built. The first of these is Diet and Nutrition.
In this episode, Dr. Hartman of Richmond Integrative and Functional Medicine shares part of his, and his family’s, story that led him to pursue functional and integrative medicine training and to open his functional medical practice.