Lakeside Natural Medicine Opens in Shorewood
Dr. Sarah Axtell
Lakeside Natural Medicine—the practice of board-certified Naturopathic Physician Sarah Axtell—has recently opened within the Shorewood Family Chiropractic clinic. Axtell provides natural health care, treating the whole person, rather than just the symptoms, for every member of the family.
“Many patients are frustrated with not being heard or understood,” Axtell notes. “I take the time to listen and to understand the underlying imbalance. Educating and inspiring patients to return to and maintain a state of optimal health is at the center of my practice.”
Axtell treats the root cause of illness by using a wide range of non-invasive interventions, such as dietary change, nutritional and herbal supplementation, detoxification and homeopathy to strengthen the body and restore health. She addresses myriad chronic health concerns including endocrine conditions, autoimmune diseases, gastrointestinal disorders, cancer, anxiety and weight loss. Services include chronic and acute disease care, integrative cancer care, weight loss and detoxification programs, grocery store tours and specialty lab testing for such issues as heavy metal toxicity, adrenal fatigue and food allergies.
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Location: 4433 N. Oakland Ave., Shorewood. For more information, call 414-939-8748, email DrAxtell@LakesideNaturalMedicine.com or visit LakesideNaturalMedicine.com.
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