Georgia Integrated Health Center Expands Its Program to Offer Type 2 Diabetes and Hypothyroidism Reversal Treatment

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Georgia Integrated Health Center is now expanding its current program to focus on two conditions that limit the quality of life for millions of individuals: type 2 diabetes and hypothyroidism.

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We’ll be able to design a treatment plan that is tailor-made for the individual; one-size-fits-all treatment methods don’t give individuals a chance to be active in their own healing process.

Georgia Integrated Health Center has been a beacon to its community, specializing in the reversal of chronic diseases. The center is now expanding its current program to focus on two conditions that limit the quality of life for millions of individuals: type 2 diabetes and hypothyroidism.

As part of its expanded focus on type 2 diabetes and hypothyroidism, Georgia Integrated Health Center has begun hosting a series of condition-specific events where those suffering from these chronic, debilitating illnesses have an opportunity to meet the practitioners who can answer all of their important condition-related questions and provide them with information about alternative treatment options. Type 2 diabetics and hypothyroid patients who have taken advantage of the opportunity attribute their renewed sense of hope to these events. Because of the events’ growing popularity, anyone interested in attending is encouraged to register as soon as possible.

“What I want people to understand is that their diagnosis is not a life sentence,” says Dr. Michael Anderson, DC, clinical director of Georgia Integrated Health Center. “These events offer people hope, and hope gives way to empowerment. When we can get to the root of these conditions, we’ll be able to design a treatment plan that is tailor-made for the individual; one-size-fits-all treatment methods don’t give individuals a chance to be active in their own healing process.”

Georgia Integrated Health Center is a functional medical practice led by Dr. Michael Anderson, DC, a practitioner who has extensive experience using functional medicine models to reverse chronic conditions.

Contrary to traditional mainstream medicine, Georgia Integrated Health Center seeks to remedy chronic conditions like hypothyroidism and type 2 diabetes by using an individual’s genetics, biology, and environmental factors to create an individualized care plan that will target the disease at its core.

About Georgia Integrated Health Center:

Dr. Michael Anderson founded Georgia Integrated Health Center to offer hypothyroid patients and type 2 diabetics relief from their debilitating symptoms. Georgia Integrated Health Center’s mission is to not only provide patients with excellent care but also to educate individuals about their illnesses so that they can play an active role in reversing their conditions and regain control over their health. For more information, visit https://www.georgiafunctionalhealth.com/about/.

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