I’m Dr. Jamie Koonce, Your Functional Medicine Doctor.
Functional Medicine solves the big problems in healthcare. It puts the doctor-patient relationship back into the hands of doctors and patients, and out of the hands of insurance and government. Functional Medicine also investigates and addresses the “root cause” of disease instead of just masking the symptoms with pills. A functional medicine doctor places a strong emphasis on the role of nutrition, lifestyle, spirituality, and community in health outcomes.
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Schedule a 1:1 phone or Skype consultation with Dr. Jamie Koonce to find out how she may be able to help you lose weight, gain more energy, or find answers and a solution to a tricky health problem you’re going through right now. Discover Dr. Jamie’s friendly, intuitive, science-based approach to solving medical mysteries.
Don’t just guess – Test. Dr. Jamie can source almost any functional medicine lab test or conventional blood test for you. Those listed in this website do not require an in-person office visit. Yes, we do things differently around here because it’s 2017 (not 1917) and we know you’re busy!
Get acupuncture in your living room! Eases stress, releases feel-good endorphins, relieves pain, and stimulates healing processes in the body. Includes Traditional Chinese Medicine diagnosis and herbal recommendations. Available for residents and visitors to the Hot Springs National Park area.
Biohacking is the practice of understanding your own physiology and improving your health through scientifically grounded methods of nutrition, meditation, activities, technologies, and specific techniques that may utilize energy, sound, light, cold, or heat.
Biohacking School teaches you how to hack your genes for weight loss, optimal health, and longevity.
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Articles, recipes, reviews and lots of good information about gut health and eating Paleo.
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It seems like every day now I see a magazine, blog, or advertisement for a product or menu item touting the benefits of eating lots of "healthy fats," avoiding carbohydrates (even in the form of whole foods like potatoes, beans, and fruit), and boosting cholesterol...