Functional medicine is an approach to health that is based in science and tries to find the root cause of disease in each patient. At Causenta, functional medicine philosophies come into play with our customized treatment programs.
Recovering from an illness, cancer treatment, or surgery can be hard. Protein helps in healing naturally and boosts the functionality of the body’s systems.
Doctors have recently made an estimate of the age when people begin to have their Midlife Crisis and at 47 a lot can be going on inside of your body. Is this something that is caused by hormones or metabolism?
When it comes to eating, everyone has different times of when they start eating due to work, but when is the ideal time to have your last meal of the day? Doctor Tom goes over when he believes the best time to eat is and how it can help your body thoroughly digest and get the most out of your meal!
If you haven’t been living under a rock you may have heard of the Coronavirus over conversations, media, or online. With the word being spread around so much, it’s hard to know what you should be looking out for, and how you can be avoiding this new disease.
Intermittent fasting for weight loss is an effective tool, but it has benefits far beyond just a trimmer figure. Intermittent fasting may lead to other health benefits, including disease prevention.
By focusing on the body’s cells, muscles, cartilage, and other internal organs and tissues, the Causenta Body Makeover can help patients increase mobility, decrease pain, and live longer, healthier lives.
Regardless of your circumstance, the team at Causenta is committed to helping you achieve your wellness goals and feel your best. In order to help patients overcome an injury and eliminate pain, we need to understand the root cause of the pain.
There are lots of old sayings that involve health and wellness. Dr. Tom Incledon, Founder & CEO of Causenta, gives you the real information you need to know about a few of these so-called “old wives’ tales”.
Rheumatoid arthritis is the most common form of autoimmune disease, with nearly 200,000 cases reported last year in the United States. As an autoimmune condition, rheumatoid arthritis occurs when the body’s immune cells mistakenly attack healthy cells, creating chronic inflammation.
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