Thrive Holistic Medicine Now Offers BioMeridian Assessment
Naturopathic doctor Mary Simon, owner of Thrive Holistic Medicine, is now fully trained in using the BioMeridian assessment as part of initial and follow-up consultations. A BioMeridian assessment is a non-invasive, painless method used to evaluate the energy channels in the body. It can determine the functional state of organs and bodily systems; which specific supplements work well to rebalance the body; and any food or environmental sensitivities.
The BioMeridian assessment helps to precisely identify the best supplements for an individual, and more specifically the best brands. “It helps take the guessing game out of the equation because we can test, for example, five different kinds of CoQ10, seven different multivitamins, 15 different probiotics and more to find out which specific supplements and brands will work best for you,” says Simon.
Because the BioMeridian assessment can also be used to identify food and environmental sensitivities, it saves patients a blood draw and thus hundreds of dollars on advanced lab testing. Simon is accepting new patients and offers consultations Wednesday through Saturday. An initial consultation includes a thorough review of health history, chief complaints, goals, the BioMeridian assessment, and lifestyle and supplementation recommendations. Simon holds a doctorate of naturopathic medicine, and is rooted in naturopathic philosophy and principles about the body’s ability to heal itself when given the right conditions.
Location: 1428 N. Farwell Ave., Milwaukee. For more information, call 414-278-8922 or visit ThriveHolisticMed.com.
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