Functional medicine is a very personalized approach to healthcare that focuses on treating the underlying causes of medical problems, rather than just addressing a single concern. Each symptom you are experiencing may be one of many symptoms contributing to your overall illness. The ultimate goal of functional medicine is to help you not only heal, but to live a vibrant, joyful life.
Meet the Team
LAURIE FREEMAN, PA-C, IFMCP – During her years in Primary Care and Urgent Care, Laurie realized that there had to be a different way to practice medicine…
LIZA GAINEY, PA-C – Liza is a board-certified Physician Assistant and Army veteran from Washington State. She earned her Master of Physician Assistant…
KRISTA PITCHFORD – A devoted lifetime visitor of Colorado, Krista moved to Colorado Springs in August of 2018 and started working as a Medical Assistant…
Metaphysical: stress relief for healing and clearing energetic blockages
No pain medications are prescribed here
At this time, we do not see children under the age of 14. Please speak with the Wildflower staff if you have a child under this age that you think may benefit from our services.
How does Functional Medicine work?
In a functional medicine setting, a therapeutic partnership is developed between the practitioner and the patient. A Functional Medicine practitioner will spend time with you, listening to your history and looking at your environmental, genetic, and lifestyle factors that can influence chronic disease.
Why do we need Functional Medicine?
In conventional medicine, the practitioner will apply specific, prescribed treatments that aim to address the problem or symptom at that visit. There is minimal consideration of your unique history, your genetic makeup, your toxin exposures, and aspects of your lifestyle that are contributing to your illness.
• is personalized to YOU • teaches you how to listen to your body and tap into your health • gets to the root causes of common symptoms such as insomnia, fatigue, bloating, and chronic pain • supports your body’s optimal function