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Healthy Food


Diet refers to the food a person regularly eats and the mental and physical circumstances connected to eating. Making changes to a patient’s diet, along with nutrition, can aid in reducing health risks and treating disease. The food that is best for an individual is very specific, and there is no “one-size-fits-all” diet plan. Dr. Stone’s approach is to take into account health goals, inflammation, food sensitivities, nutritional needs, and genetics, in order to determine the ideal diet plan for an individual.

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Exercise has many health benefits and can help improve mental health and mood, as well as brain function and structure.  It can also help with weight control, management of blood sugar and insulin levels, and reducing risk of heart diseases and some cancers. The ideal exercise regimen varies for an individual based upon their health goals, energetic needs, mood, physical ability/vulnerability, and lifestyle. Dr. Stone works with an individual to find a form of exercise that is not only best for them, but also fits within their lifestyle.

Herbal Treatment



Ayurvedic Medicine is a holistic (whole-body) healing system, based on a balance between the mind, body, and spirit, which originated in India millennia ago. It leverages herbal medicines, meditation, breathing, physical therapy, exercise, and other methods for treatment. Dr. Stone uses basic foundational ideas of constitutional medicine taken from Ayurvedic practices to inform diet and lifestyle practices, along with incorporating Ayurvedic herbal treatments.


IV and/or



IV and/or Injection Therapy can provide a range of health and wellness benefits, including treatment of certain nutrient deficiencies, cleansing the body of toxins and free radicals, increasing energy levels, regenerating aging cells, and promoting cardiovascular health.  They can also be used to ease anxiety and promote relaxation, as well as provide a boost to hydration. Dr. Stone is an expert in IV therapy and uses the most up-to-date and cutting edge IV therapeutics for her patients.




Conventional Pharmaceuticals are an amazing feat of modern medicine. While Dr. Stone prefers to use gentle, non-invasive therapies as much as possible, she’s also open to using pharmaceuticals when they are the best fit for the situation. Often, she utilizes pharmaceuticals in acute concerns to help reverse symptoms while still working on underlying processes with the ultimate goal of minimizing pharmaceutical use whenever possible. Pharmaceuticals are sometimes necessary, but there are often many other things that can be done in place of prescribing if that is the patient’s preference. Dr. Stone will communicate her recommendations, and work collaboratively with you to find the best combination of therapies.



& Meditation

Mindfulness and Meditation are mental health training practices. Mindfulness is about paying full attention to the present; this is often achieved by slowing down and maintaining awareness of thoughts, feelings, bodily sensations, and surrounding environment. Meditation is a practice that uses mental and physical techniques to clear one’s mind.

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Functional Testing focuses on the physiological precursors to measure how the body’s organs or processes are working, both in isolation, and with impact on the body’s entire health. The tests can allow for more individualized protocols to be developed, while confirming diagnoses and helping to identify the underlying cause of health issues. Examples of testing categories include, but are not limited to: nutrient analysis, hormone profiles, genetic testing, metabolic assessment, digestion and gut analysis, and allergy/antibody profiles. It can also involve typical, conventional medical tests that are interpreted with different reference ranges for optimal levels versus just ruling out disease.

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Personalized Medicine refers to the practice of bringing a truly individualized and tailored treatment plan based on particular attributes unique to a specific patient. Some of the attributes can include test results, individual and family history, lifestyle choices, basic personal information (e.g. age, occupation, gender, etc.), and preferences.



Epigenetics includes the study of how human behaviors and environment can cause changes in how genes work without changing their DNA sequence. These changes begin before birth, persisting throughout life, impacting one’s health along the way.  Epigenetic changes can also be reversible, affecting whether and how genes may express the information they carry. It’s an interesting way to look at the “nature vs. nurture” (genes vs. gene expression) question that has long been debated.

Online counselling


Counseling, at its core, is an essential part of any medical treatment. It’s necessary for the provider to fully listen to the patient, as they are the expert in their own experience. Then, whenever relevant, providing instruction and advice. It involves an interactive approach to help patients, focusing on their needs, problems, or feelings, as well as others in their lives. Counseling often provides enhancement or support in coping, problem solving, and/or interpersonal relationships. There are also specific types of counseling that may be used, with a focus on a specific area, such as nutritional or lifestyle counseling.




Homeopathic Medicine is an approach to medicine which uses natural substances to restore health. These substances are prepared in a specific way through dilution so that very small amounts are used, carrying an energetic signature that communicates with the cells. The mechanism of action for homeopathic medicine is still not very well understood, but when remedies are uniquely and correctly matched to a patient, there can be gentle changes on a cellular level that reverse disease processes completely.

Herbs and Remedies



Herbal Medicine refers to the use of plants for healing purposes. This may include using the flowers, roots, leaves, bark, berries, or seeds for medicinal use. Many of our existing pharmaceutical drugs are based on compounds originally found in plants, and in naturopathic medicine, we find that using whole herbs often has better outcomes and less side effects for certain conditions. Herbs can be used in numerous ways such as through teas, extracts, tinctures, creams, oils, or prepared capsule supplements.

Healthy Juice



Nutrition is the study of the nutrients in food that the body uses to grow, metabolize, and repair tissues. Nutrients include “macronutrients” such as carbohydrates, proteins, fats, and fiber, as well as “micronutrients”, which includes vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients, and antioxidants.  Nutrition also requires understanding the relationship between diet, supplementation, utilization of nutrients, health, and disease - helping patients to ensure proper nourishment and reduce the risk of disease.

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Hydrotherapy involves the use of water for pain relief and treatment. In office, this can include the use of different temperature pools and targeted applications on various body parts. However, it’s also a modality that can easily be used at home through one’s own resources of showers, baths, and soaking of body parts in different temperatures of water. Various temperatures of water treatment can facilitate blood flow and healing factors in a specific area, and can also help with detoxification or lymph drainage.

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Lifestyle Medicine is a form of treatment which is focused on lifestyle behavioral interventions, preventive healthcare, and self-care. There are many chronic conditions which are lifestyle-related, such as obesity, diabetes, hypertension, and heart disease. This type of treatment includes nutrition, dietary changes, physical activity, social connectivity, and rest to treat, reverse, and prevent chronic diseases. Additional behaviors may also relate to stress management or avoiding substances (such as caffeine, tobacco, addictive drugs, and alcohol).

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