In this course Dr. Keroack shares a simple method to support the Functional Medicine decision-making process. He covers five key areas to include in the decision-making progression and explains how each area can impact patients’ overall health. Dr. Keroack also discusses five main abnormalities or possible irritants to consider addressing and possibly taking away from patients to help restore balance and health.
Originally aired May 17, 2018
Christopher Keroack, MD, IFMCP is the chief executive officer at New England Center for Functional Medicine. Dr. Keroack knows that optimal health and balanced living are realistic goals for every human being at every stage of life. Dr. Keroack guides patients through foundational and practical approaches to health that focus on dietary guidelines, activity regimens, stress management, and sleep management that are personally and specifically designed for each patient. Each personalized health and wellness plan takes into account the five foundational imbalances: nutrition, metabolism, inflammation, detoxification, and oxidation.
Dr. Keroack authored “Changing Directions: Navigating the Path to Optimal Health and Balanced Living,” a pioneering work that blends traditional medicine and alternative medicine into the perfect balance of caring and healing that is his signature approach to healthcare. Dr. Keroack is board certified in both Internal Medicine and Functional Medicine He received his formal education from Amherst College (BA), Springfield College (MS), and Tufts University School of Medicine (MD).
Watch a preview of the video series below.