Read Some Of These Incredible Stories From Student of Functional Medicine University...

FMU has provided a breath of fresh air in my practice of allopathic medicine. It has helped me review what was introduced in medical school but explore more details and provide the missing pieces of the puzzle. Functional Medicine puts the healing power back in the patients hands and helps them navigate their body to better balance and optimal health.

Yvonne M. Villarreal, MD
Stafford, Virginia
msyvonne@aol.com

 

Can you share your experience with the FDM Training Program?Best Functional Medicine program available. Leading edge in education about all the newly available functional tests.

Why would someone want to learn Functional Diagnostic Medicine?
Not all musculoskeletal appearing problems are just musculoskeletal.  It gives practitioners more in depth ways to treat patients.

Dr Karen Carrick
Raleigh, NC
DrKarenCarrick@nc.rr.com
919-781-0177

 

Can you share your experience with the FDM Training Program?
This was the best learning experience I have had since completing a 2-year Residency in Family Practice/Internal Disorders.  You guys did an excellent job in getting out info that we don't see in our institutions.  Thanks for all of your hard work.

Can you share a successful clinical outcome that you got from implementing what you learned in the FDM Training Program?
I must admit that I began learning functional medicine to find out what's been wrong with me for the past 35 years!!!  Needless to say, with the coursework 3/4 finished I was able to dig in and find out what went wrong and have not only lost 20+ pounds in just less than a month, but the mental fog has lifted (and I didn't even realize it was there) and I have more energy than I've had since I was a teen.  It may have taken me 40 years to know what to fix, but now that I'm doing it, it feels great.  My patients are lucky enough to not only see the difference in me, but now they get my expertise in helping them get truly healthy... As healthy as they can be.

Why would someone want to learn Functional Diagnostic Medicine?
get to the bottom of the cause of disease and treat or refer appropriately.

Sheldon Hoxie, D.C.
Merritt Island, FL, 32953
DRHOXIE@aol.com
321-453-2555

 

Can you share your experience with the FDM Training Program?

Every dollar I spent with the functional medicine university has at least been doubled in revenues from the confidence I felt while going through and completing the course. It was extremely well-organized. More than any course I have ever been to, Dr. Grisanti wants us to learn how to be better doctors AND make money. It is the best course for becoming better physicians and more making a living trying to help people.

The cost of this Functional Diagnostic Medicine Training program is virtually nothing in comparison to the benefit that my patients and I have received. Almost everything I need to know as an ND and functional medicine practitioner is all in this turn-key program.

At the risk of sounding corny, when I think of Dr Grisanti, I often think of the Scripture about receiving 100 fold value. As much as anybody I have ever worked with, Dr. Grisanti consistently goes the extra 1000 miles to help you learn, be a better doctor, and also make a living from helping people improve their health and lives.  Dr Grisanti also has the same philosophy.  I want to say a huge thank you to Drs. Grisanti for everything about this program -  especially for all your hard work and dedication to us.

Can you share a successful clinical outcome that you got from implementing what you learned in the FDM Training Program?
I already use FDM in my practice as an ND, but this FDM Training Program experience has put me over the top in having so many additional tools. Every patient - with no exceptions - has benefited from my FDM experience.

Denis Godby, N.M.D.
Diabetes Natural Path Center
1507 21st Street, Suite 101
Sacramento, CA 95814
916-446-2591
http://www.diabetesnpc.com
drgodby@diabetesnpc.com

 

Can you share your experience with the FDM Training Program?

I have gotten more information from you than I ever got in Chiropractic school. I think you have great things to offer people and the more they learn, like me, the more they want to do anything it takes to get their patients away from the MDs who just dope them more and more without getting at the cause!!!

Roy Ostenson, D.C.
Appleton Chiropractic
2425 West Wisconsin Ave.
Appleton, WI 54914
920-731-0715
royost@yahoo.com

 

I've been studying nutrition for 20 years and already get excellent results, but, again, having only finished less than 10% of the FMU program, I can see where my results will now go from excellent to golden.

J. Stephen Eggleston, DC
Virginia
434-836-3506
js_eggleston@hotmail.com

 

Can you share your experience with the FDM Training Program?

This program by far has been the most influential educational experience in the past 25- years of practice, and second only to the Diplomat program in Chiropractic Orthopedics I completed through what is now SCUHS 20- years ago. 

You bet, everyone has a certain area of focus within their own practice... and enjoy certain types of patients, and some conditions interest you more than others… who doesn't ?   But really, how often do you choose the number of chronic ACL injuries in ultra-marathon runners each week, or the number of acute RC injuries in elite cage fighters --just days before their next match?  Even in a busy practice those opportunities are sometimes far and few between… or at least not often enough.     

With FDM, I don't care what day it is… every patient has a secret issue or concern they've been dealing with for years, and if not them, someone they care dearly about.  When you can listen, effectively address and logically discuss their trouble and worry in terms they understand, then test and confirm with valid tried and true laboratory tests without any hocus-pocus, and then deliver the results they've been wishing so long for…. You've now become THEIR family's doctor.  Those people gladly stay for the recommended treatment, they pay for the services they receive, they enthusiastically refer others, and they return for regular periodic follow-up and new conditions… just as easily and as confidently as one would recommend a great restaurant, or a good movie.  As I remember what Dr. Barry Markson used to say, People go where people want to go… because people go where people go. 

Can you share a successful clinical outcome that you got from implementing what you learned in the FDM Training Program?
I distinctly recall an attractive, and fit middle aged woman I'd been treating for a mild whiplash injury from a rear-end accident.  During one visit she said she'd been suffering from bouts of recurrent heart attacks replete with SOB and diaphoresis for some time, and had just been to the E.R. and released for the 3rd time in the same number of weeks.  Her greatest concern was the doctor(s) each time said there was nothing wrong, and sent her home with Xanax.      We talked a bit, and discovered her symptoms came on after eating late in the evening --shortly before bedtime, with symptoms of epigastric pain, heart burn, palpitations, and chest pressure more noticeable after bedtime.  Before running any tests, I asked her about her dietary habits, and suggested the first thing to do was raise the head of her bed just 6- inches, and refrain from solid foods and ETOH 3- hours before bed, but could have clear liquids instead, and to come back in a week for her routine follow-up.  During that time she continued her cervical and interscapular HEP given earlier.  When I saw her next, she'd only felt the need to use the Xanax twice, (once as a precaution) and had a single mild episode of esophageal reflux… which she attributed to a chili dog and a beer she had at a Kings game earlier in the week.  My presumption and WDx. was a hiatal hernia.  I sent a brief status report to each of the physicians she'd seen… and since then I've received a total of 6- referrals from those same local physicians.      Not necessarily what I specifically learned in the FDM program, but certainly right out of the pages of Module 1 using a FDM mindset and clinical approach to problem solving.     

Why would someone want to learn Functional Diagnostic Medicine?
Increase clinical competence, and provide a truly wholistic approach to patient care addressing THEIR concerns not being addressed by their PCP... and increase revenue at the same time.

Lewis Meltz, DC, DABCO
El Dorado Hills, CA
lewis.meltz@gmail.com
916.933.2707

 

Clear concise material, which helps improve clinical skills.

Maria Fihn
Las Vegas, Nevada
doctorfihn@cox.net

 

The FMU has enriched my practice and given me the opportunity to revise systems in the body and how they connect with each other to create poor health. I have enjoyed receiving the tests back and my clients have embraced the results enthusiastically.

Caroline Hockley
United Kingdom
carolinehockley@yahoo.co.uk

 

Hey Docs,

James Padilla here.  Just want to give you a word of thanks for offering the functional medicine program. I'm only half way through right now and I'm already seeing the benefits of your course. My patient's are already referring other patients in for natural care. Patients who have been with me for years and others who are new.

This month alone I have collected close to $10,000 from pure functional diagnostic medicine patients. I can't say enough about your program. I'll keep you updated.

Can you share a successful clinical outcome that you got from implementing what you learned in the FDM Training Program?
One of my first patients I've worked up was a 53 year old female with Fibromyalgia type symptoms. She had little to no success with traditional medicine. After evaluating and doing an FDM work up her underlying cause was very apparent. She had GI inflammation with a very low SIgA. In addition, her lipid panel was off the chart with a severe elevated c-reactive protein. It has now been 4 weeks since addressing her issues from an FDM stand point and she has lost 15 pounds, her pain level is down 50% and her GI complaints have drastically improved. She is very motivated to continue as I dig deeper into solving all her issues. I have given her hope something that her medical doctors failed to do.

James Padilla , D.C.
San Diego Spine & Wellness Center
12070 Carmel Mtn. Rd. Ste. 290,
San Diego, CA 92128

858-676-1166
http://www.DrJamesPadilla.com
drpadilla@drjamespadilla.com

 

Can you share your experience with the FDM Training Program?
Comprehensive only begins to describe the FDM course. Not only is there encyclopedic knowledge taught in this course, it's conveyed in chunks that are readily assimilated and ready for practical application.

I've been in practice for 25 years and have taken hundreds of hours of post-grad seminars/courses. I'd have to say that this program  has been the most worthwhile from a perspective of knowledge gained, in both diagnosis and treatment, increased confidence to handle the challenging cases and cost. As a result, more patients are looking to me as their first line health care provider and are much more compliant with my recommendations. Now, nobody balks when I suggest lab work and blood panels. Ron has helped empower me to be a better doctor and when all is said and done, that's what it's all about, isn't it?

Can you share a successful clinical outcome that you got from implementing what you learned in the FDM Training Program?
One case stands out in my memory... A fibromyalgia patient, suffering for 13 years and unable to conceive was referred to me by her mother. A little gun-shy at first, (she had been treated by two other chiros) she was willing to give it a try to placate her mother.   After a thorough evaluation and work up with lab testing, she was put on a health recovery program that included a 30 day detoxxing. After 3 months, she was 60% improved. After 6 months, she was 90% improved.  8 months after beginning care, she's pregnant!

Why would someone want to learn Functional Diagnostic Medicine?
For anyone wanting to expand their knowledge base so that he/she could better serve their community with natural healthcare and also increase their income...this is the program.

James C. Cameron, D.C.
Clinton, New Jersey
drjim@ptd.net
908 735-2090

 

My practice has become more diverse and I have been able to work with patients with a variety of complaints, many of which I have found to be lost as far as other health care providers having answers. My patients have been the biggest winners but I have found a new passion for evaluating and treating patients.

Dr. Wayne H. Carr
South Dakota,
wcarr@casd.us

 

Can you share your experience with the FDM Training Program?

FMU is an incredible mentoring program for both new practitioners and those who have been in practice for many years. Questionnaires, PE forms, hand outs, e-books, tracking forms, resource guides, systems...you name it are all included in the tuition costs. Ron is very knowledgeable and presents all material very clearly and passionately. I would recommend this program to anyone who is looking to sharpen their clinical skills and offer the best to their patients. Each and every case would benefit from a functional medicine approach.

Dr. Denel Andreas, N.D.
Dr. Denel's Naturopathic Healthcare Studio
6124 12th Ave. S.
Seattle, WA 98108
206-767-2455
denel6@yahoo.com

 

I now have a better understanding as to why my patients are ill. It has also helped me understand why my chiropractic patients despite my skills do not hold their adjustments long enough. It all comes down to the biochemistry. Thank you guys for doing such a wonderful job.

Kyle Fogel
Georgia
678-978-5089
kyle.fogel@gmail.com

 

 

I am thankful for FMU! It is giving direction to concerned healthcare practitioners who want to make real changes in the lives of their patients. Easy access to the information is the key to its success from my point of view.

Mark Dailey
Springville, Alabama
205 467-2500
markdailey@windstream.net

 

 

Can you share your experience with the FDM Training Program?

FMU has given me the tools to work up virtually any patient to find out what is the primary cause of their problem.   I now have the questionnaires and take home tests to get the info I need to know what tests to order from the various functional labs.  And now I have the knowledge base to do an in-depth evaluation of the lab tests I order to develop effective protocols for my patients.   

Can you share a successful clinical outcome that you got from implementing what you learned in the FDM Training Program?
I ran into a 30 year old patient at a local mexican restaurant the other day.  She was with 2 of her co-workers having lunch.  SHe saw me and introduced me (in a loud voice), This is Dr Miner.  The doctor who saved my life!  (Pretty good advertising!)  She was told by her MD that she had fibromyalgia and was depressed.  2 anti-depressants did her no good.  She wanted to sleep all day.  We did a workup on her, changed her diet, supported her adrenals and did a 4R program with her.    As I left the restaurant, she gave me a big long hug and said, thanks for giving me back my ability to be a wife and mother and giving me my mind and life back.    I have been studying Functional Medicine for 10 years.  It was what I learned from the Functional Medicine University that made the difference in her case.

Why would someone want to learn Functional Diagnostic Medicine?
To help patients get optimal health without referring everything out.

Dave Miner, D.C.
P.O. Box 815
Lower Lake, CA 95457
707-994-5204
drminer@mchsi.com

 

The FMU course has expanded my knowlege base with readily accessable information that is web based and available 24/7. You can learn at your own pace, not leave home and gain valuable CE. In addition, the online community support is full of very knowlege professionals that will help answer any questions.

George Shoemaker Bethlehem,
Pennsylvania 610-865-6111
gshoemaker@rcn.com

 

 

I have been studying the functional medicine univervity program for a few months and it has changed the way I approach my patients care. I now feel that I can help them with their chronic conditions and get to the source of the problem. In the past I would recommend some supplements, but in truth they were just a substitute for medication. i now feel equipped to order the appropriate test and root out the problem. I look forward to completing the courses and continuing. i have a new outlook on practice.

John Warren,
DC Fountain Valley, California
714-963-0955
jwarrendc@gmail.com

 

Can you share your experience with the FDM Training Program?

I have taken the DABCI course which does not compare to the FMU course. The FMU course allows you to determine the exact nature of the patients' problem, they show you how to construct a map to arrive at a destination for improved health. I have more confidence dealing with various patient symptoms rather than use nutrition alone guessing with various vitamins.

Why would someone want to learn Functional Diagnostic Medicine?
FDM as you guys teach it, gives a reactionary the ability to know how to treat a wide variety of conditions and to understand who those conditions began, what is happening and how best to work with the body to correct it.  This is not a cook-book vitamin course.  It give one confidence in what one is doing. It gives you know-how.

Alvin Graun, D.C.
6428 South Cass Ave
Westmont, IL 60559
630-969-4240

 

Can you share your experience with the FDM Training Program

Most Functional Medicine education courses are linked to a supplement company. I love that FMU is completely independent. Also, the breadth of information including, functional blood chemistry analysis, in-office tests, take home tests, physical assessment and functional lab work make your program the most comprehensive I have found.

Thank you!

Tim Walsh, D.C.
2489 Amherst Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90064
timwalshlac@gmail.com
310-741-8990

 

Before taking the FMU program I had very little confidence in myself as a healthcare practitioner. For 10 years of my practice I was posed with questions from patients suffering from chronic systemic conditions that I could not help because it did not fit my structural model. After taking the program I am now more confident in my practice and I have taken on a pool of patients that have been lost in the symptom based drug model with great results. The most profound aspect of my practice is the enormous amount of education my patients are given in each visit which enables them to be complaint and very generous with their referrals.

Milton F. Bastidas,
D.C. Texas
713- 981-8018
mfbastidas@hotmail.com

 


Can you share your experience with the FDM Training Program?
This course is fantastic ! I recommend this course highly. It is one of the best I have ever taken. Clear, concise and easy to follow, this course will change the lives of all physicians and patients.

Can you share a successful clinical outcome that you got from implementing what you learned in the FDM Training Program?
Leaky gut syndrome is implicated in most patients due to the heavy prescriptions given in the past and this course has shown me and my patients the evidence for it and how to  treat it successfully. Health starts with a healthy digestive tract.

Why would someone want to learn Functional Diagnostic Medicine?
Better patient responses and a sense of confidence in approaching difficult cases

Laurens Maas
Bridgetown, Barbados
lmb@themaasclinic.com
http://www.themaasclinic.com
http://www.thehiddencure.com
246-431-9415

 

Can you share your experience with the FDM Training Program?
This course provides a rational framework and the support material needed to really address a patient's complete health needs.  The course also provides coaching on the reality of making a living while helping others regain their health.  This is a true win-win for both doctor and patient.

Can you share a successful clinical outcome that you got from implementing what you learned in the FDM Training Program?
I have several patients with advanced cases of psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis.  Using the FDM approach helped me to focus in on their core health issues that were really the cu

Why would someone want to learn Functional Diagnostic Medicine?
It really helps to untangle complex, difficult cases.  Some people's health is really a mess and this is a rational way to approach train wreck cases.

Beverly Yates, ND
Mill Valley, CA; USA
DrYates@NaturalHealthCare.com

 

An Eye-opener and new paradigm to treat patients

Aziz Alfeeli
Kuwait
mrheart@rocketmail.com

 

Can you share your experience with the FDM Training Program?

Dr. Grisanti has a wonderful program that educates you to correctly address these symptoms that plaque the vast majority of our patients that keep them from enjoying long term health. Do not miss this opportunity to do more for your patients! Sign up for their program today! If you are a Chiropractic Physician and profess a holistic approach, this program is for you (and your patients).

Why would someone want to learn Functional Diagnostic Medicine?
Chiropractic is the most unique modality for health care available. Whether you are "straight", full spine, use "silly guns" or not, we all remove neurological interference from our patients.

We can do more!

Helping the "walking wounded" who are currently being drugged for "diseases" that are only symptoms is not the answer. Their bodies continue to scream for help with drug interactions and new side effect symptoms that get treated with another drug. We see that the medical/drug approach is rarely the answer!

Lawrence Pyzik, D.C.
52 W Colfax Street
Palatine, IL 60067-5048
847 705-1177
www.YourStrongBones.com

 

In my opinion FMU is the most informative and intensive approach to health and well being that we can learn for our patients health recovery in a world of sick and dying america and world.

Dr. Larry Anderson
Missouri
dclagolf@mail.com

 

My experience with FMU has been eye opening. In past years I dabbled in nutrition. But to be able to do it with purpose, as FMU teaches, is very satisfying to me and the patient. Being a complete FMU practioner takes time. I am in the process of learning and applying the skills necessary to do it right. I will stick with FMU as my learning and resource center because they are honest and diligent in their endeavor to create the best functional medicine practitioner.

Mark Castiglione
New York
631-265-5949
doctormark@optonline.net

 

Can you share your experience with the FDM Training Program?

The functional medicine program has been extremely educational and inspiring. The tools that you are giving doctors can't be found anywhere else.

This is truly cutting edge information!

Jeremy Thornton, D.C., DABCI
205 South St.
Stockton, MO 65785
417-276-6306
docjeremyt@hotmail.com

http://www.thornton-health.com/

 

FMU is extremely thorough in their approach to teaching. They take you step by step through the process of incorporating functional medicine into your practice. There are definitely aspects to this training that I didn't receive in school and I am grateful for this new knowledge that will benefit my patients tremendously.

Candice Esposito,
ND Ontario, Canada
705 575-7560
candice_esposito@hotmail.com

 

I have been in practice for 25 years and love the chiropractic model of treating the cause of disease. Most nutritional approaches are based on symptoms and I always felt like I never could address the underlying problems based on that. Now with FMU I have the resources to find and change peoples health for the better with science and an understanding of the physiology that has become diseased. I can now approach disease processes not only from a neuro-physiological standpoint but also from a chemical-physiological standpoint which provides the body with the tools it needs to heal itself.

Jeffrey S. Driskell, D.C.
Kansas City, Missouri
jsdriskelldc@yahoo.com

 

Can you share your experience with the FDM Training Program?

The FMU program has taken me from out of the blocks as a clinician to being shot from a rocket!  If I could describe it, I would say it is as close to those television shows that overweight individuals train with personal trainers for a period of time and come out able to train others.  I can now help the unhelped.  Most patients I see now have seen multiple specialists.  I could not have done so this quickly in my career without FMU.

Can you share a successful clinical outcome that you got from implementing what you learned in the FDM Training Program?
I had a 28 year old male patient with non-responsive hypertension.  A clinical pearl I learned from Dr. Grisanti was that cadmium loves the kidneys and he had the documentation to prove it.  After biotransforming the toxic heavy metal and identifying this man's food sensitivities, his blood pressure has normalized.  Hypertension used to be one of those diagnoses I was nervous about treating.

Why would someone want to learn Functional Diagnostic Medicine?
To not become obsolete

Corey Schuler, D.C.
1305 Esther Ln
Owatonna, MN 55060
healthdetective@gmail.com

 

Can you share your experience with the FDM Training Program?
Functional medicine training provides the doctor with the diagnostic skills to discover the root cause of the patient's symptoms whether structural or functional. This should be the goal of all PCPs.

Can you share a successful clinical outcome that you got from implementing what you learned in the FDM Training Program?
I have discovered in my practice that most of the hypothyroid patients that I have treated have underlying GI dysfunction. When the GI symptoms clear the thyroid hormones normalize and the thyroid antibody levels decrease.

Wayne L. Sodano, D.C., D.A.B.C.I.
Functional Medicine Diagnostic &
Treatment Center of Maryland, LLC
P.O. Box 810
Bel Air, MD 21014
443-386-2858

 

This program is well worth every penny. This program has far exceeded my expectations and has given me the knowledge and confidence to treat very complex cases. Thanks.

Michael Jurgelewicz
Pennsylvania
214-952-2662
michael_blair425@hotmail.com

 

Can you share your experience with the FDM Training Program?

Even after 25 years of practice including Applied Kinesiology and nutrition I found the course informative, very thorough and valuable. I feel like it has increased my level of competency, and my confidence, resulting in significant practice growth.

Can you share a successful clinical outcome that you got from implementing what you learned in the FDM Training Program?
Just walked out of the treatment room with a patient whom has had debilitating insomnia for three years, corrected large bowel function, now sleeping like a baby.

Why would someone want to learn Functional Diagnostic Medicine?
It is the way of the future, just plain old segmental chiropractic is not going to cut it.

Richard A. Belli, D.C.
900 Fulton Ave. Ste. 300
Sacramento, CA 95825

916-482-4150

 

Can you share your experience with the FDM Training Program?

This program was fantastic. There is a more complete way of viewing lab work you already know, but this class put a different picture on the results.

Incorporating this information into a practice is easy and effective.

Francine Morrison, M.D.
P.O. Box 1583
Jackson, LA 70748
225-931-4659

 

FMU training increased my clinical skills.Therefore, I am more confident in treating my patients. So their outcomes get better and better.And by the same token, my business will take up.I don't have to work hard like before.

Daniel Huynh,D.C.
California
916-230-6310
danielhuynh95624@hotmail.com

 

Can you share your experience with the FDM Training Program?
My skills and confidence have increased throughout my experience with FMU. I appreciate the detail of the lessons, as well as the ease of application.  The process isn't simple, but the organization and teaching style simplifies it as much as possible.  I think anyone with a desire to further their skills CAN apply this and be effective rapidly. I really appreciate both doctors level of knowledge and commitment!

Can you share a successful clinical outcome that you got from implementing what you learned in the FDM Training Program?
One of the first clients I ran through FDM suffered from lower back pain.  He had been under corrective chiropractic care for a year with ZERO relief.  With the symptom survey, we found he also had severe gas, bloating, and constipation.  I ordered a CDSA, which revealed a very inflamed gut and dysbiosis.  I used the suggested anti-microbial, which was tested by the lab, plus a protocol for treating the inflammation, and within a month, his symptoms had resolved, and he stated that he had more relief in 3 visits with me than over a year with another chiropractor.  He has referred in maybe 3 or 4 of his family and friends.

Todd Stone, D.C.
1095 Hendersonville Road
Asheville, NC 28803

828-277-1414

 

Can you share your experience with the FDM Training Program?

This program will take the doctor who is simply treating the normal case and kind of patients and train them on how to treat the more difficult cases that are not being treated elsewhere.

Ben Bowers, D.C.
8080 E Central Ave
Wichita, KS 67206
316-636-5338
drben@bowers.kscoxmail.com

 

I have found FMU very informational and supportive. FMU gives me top notch and current information and access to information that is known to some of the best out there. Citations, references and abstracts of journal articles of the information is given with the study material for both further research or for support of a clinical position. It keeps me able to converse with MDs and in many instances, puts me ahead of the knowledge base of MDs. I am finding i can better describe disease processes and physiological paradigms to patients in a clinical presentation that is understandable and clear. With the coming changes in clinical care/medicine, this course will enable me to provide superior care and enable me to offer services not commonly offered by a chiropractor. Best of all i am able to offer new answers and opportunities of care to patients when the biomechanical model falters or is incomplete and still be without the use of drugs and surgery. With the go at your own pace, the pressure is removed to learn in a 12 hour time frame. I also know that if and when i run into a roadblock, i have (a) ready resource(s) to either guide me through or assist with other options.

F. Steven Baron
Catonsville, Maryland
410-744-8800
drfsbaron@verizon.net

 

Can you share your experience with the FDM Training Program?

Wonderful program!  I love the systematic, self-paced approach and have implemented in my office with great success.  I do no advertising and have a constant stream of new patients.

Can you share a successful clinical outcome that you got from implementing what you learned in the FDM Training Program?
Many times, with just simple blood chemistry, I discovered health challenges that had been completely missed by traditional doctors.

Why would someone want to learn Functional Diagnostic Medicine?
the wave of the future in intelligent healthcare.

Nicole Fenske, D.C.
Fenske Holistic Healthcare Ctr
7600 Terrace Ave., #102
Middleton, WI 53562
608-836-888

 

Can you share your experience with the FDM Training Program?

You both did a tremendous amount of work prior to each webinar and provided us with a massive amount of data and information. I did benefit not only for my patients but my own personal well being. I think especially Chiropractors can and will benefit in their practices and able to help patients beyond their structural problems that they usually come and see a chiropractor for.

Saskia Thiadens
Nat'l Lymphedema Network
1611 Telegraph Ave Ste:1
Oakland, CA 94612
510-208-3200
www.Lymphnet.org
saskiat@lymphnet.org


 

My friends hear the excitement in my voice and the passion I have about this and are already saying "sign me up! I want to be your patient! Hurry up and finish your training!" There is such a great need out there for this kind of care...not a band aide but true healing...body, mind, and spirit. In my earlier efforts to counsel people in nutrition something was missing. I believe this is the link to becoming effective in health care. I am so grateful to be able to be a part of this and for you for offering this curriculum. Thank you!

Lisa M. Zohoury, RD
Roswell, Georgia
404-819-4777
zohoury@bellsouth.net

 

Can you share your experience with the FDM Training Program?
As a chiropractor trained in Applied Kinesiology and chiropractic neurology and practicing with another similarly trained doctor, I thought I had a good understanding of many clinical problems.  What I have learned at the Functional Medicine University has changed the way patients are treated in our clinic.  We used plenty of nutritional products to help patients before, but now, with the use of functional blood analysis and the myriad of other tests, we can show the patient the positive results and keep them on track for a healthy life.  While enrolled in the Functional Diagnostic Medicine Training Program, I used myself as a 'test dummy' and found that I have a reactive hypoglycemic problem that I have corrected with dietary changes and some supportive nutrition.  I am very thankful for this discovery and the knowledge to rectify my own health.  I started using my training on my existing patient base and found that my results improved markedly over my previous treatment regimen.  The patients were so excited about seeing the results of their efforts that I now have many referrals of their families and friends.  One patient said that it was hard for her to refer others to me as a chiropractor, but now it is easy, because she tells them about the Functional Medicine Doctor.  I am very happy to be on the cutting edge of patient care with the knowledge I gained at FMU.

Can you share a successful clinical outcome that you got from implementing what you learned in the FDM Training Program?
Patient: 38 year-old Caucasian female with 10 year history of Rosacea.  This markedly affected her social life and she remained single.  She was on several antidepressants and slowly gaining weight.  Diet was high in simple carbohydrates with little protein.  She had no real digestive complaints other than mild constipation.  Blood labs revealed early metabolic syndrome and + H.-pylori.  Stool tests verified a large population of the offending H. Pylori.  Treatment was to remove the offending bacteria and correct the diet using the methods taught the Functional Diagnostic Medicine Training Program.  She was also encouraged to begin an exercise program.  The result after three months of monitoring was a very happy woman with almost no trace of Rosacea and a much trimmer figure and no antidepressants!  I haven't found her a boyfriend yet, but I am sure that she will do that by herself now.

Why would someone want to learn Functional Diagnostic Medicine?
To enhance the life experience of their clients or patients.

Randall March, D.C. D.A.C.N.B.
1840 Avondale Ave.
Sacramento CA 95825
916-482-4150

 

Can you share your experience with the FDM Training Program?

Your program has added a whole new realm to my practice. I've been able to help patients with conditions I never would have considered before and with much confidence. There is much satisfaction being the doctor who helped the patient that others could not. It is amazing to see how many patients are taking the wrong paths in their search for healing. I could not recommend this program enough.

Michael Condon, D.C.
Spring Valley Chiropractic
806 West Dakota Street
Spring Valley, IL 61362
815-664-4858
springvalleychiropractic@insightbb.com

 

The FMU approach to HEALTHcare is teaching me that I can develop the necessary tools with the necessary knowledge to better help my patients and educate a public craving for ways to improve their health. I am much more enthusiastic about my practice and look forward to being a part of FMU for the rest of my life as a doctor. Improving my diagnostic skills and utlizing the right tools to help my patients is something I have always strived for and FMU is allowing me to achieve this most important goal.

Dr. Michael L. Smith
New Jersey
732-780-2332
drmlsmith@aol.com

 

Being a student at FMU is one of the greatest things I could have done for myself and my patients. The support of the FMU staff has been outstanding, and it is obvious their genuine concern for the health of our clients, and the success of us as FMU students. THANK YOU!

Sara Grout Sydney,
Australia
sara_grout@hotmail.com

 

I am blown away by the amount of information that FMU provides for such a reasonable price.


Brent Keime
California
619-200-2287
bkeime@gmail.com

 

Can you share your experience with the FDM Training Program?

The FMU training program "flipped a switch" in both my practice and my professional growth.

With Dr. Grisanti's well-organized information, I have been able to effectively integrate functional medicine into my practice and am on my way to achieving my goal of having an efficient and effective chiropractic clinic that is unique, enjoyable and profitable.

Dr. Tim Irving D.C., L.M.T., Nutritionist
819 SE Morrison St. Suite 230
Portland, OR, 97214
503-866-9739
improving@gmail.com
www.OptFunction.com

 

Can you share your experience with the FDM Training Program?
This is one information packed seminar. No stone is left unturned. If you want to take your practice to the next level this is it.

Why would someone want to learn Functional Diagnostic Medicine?
To actually help get people well instead of covering up symptoms.

Dr. Joe Labbadia
Calverton, NY
jlabbadiadc@yahoo.com
631-369-4292

 

Can you share your experience with the FDM Training Program?
The FDM Training program has helped me to help my patients in a much more profound way.  Patients are so relieved to finally get to the core of long standing health issues and make significant changes towards wellness. They feel hopeful again and empowered. They respond when conventional aging myths are dispelled!

Can you share a successful clinical outcome that you got from implementing what you learned in the FDM Training Program?
Male patient resolved years of digestive disturbance that was affecting sleep and his relationship. Female patient feeling more energy and positive emotions after reaching a point of hopelessness. Female patient resolved long standing digestive issues and headaches and was able to reduce and eliminate prescription medications. Patient able to become pregnant and maintain pregnancy. She has renewed energy.

Why would someone want to learn Functional Diagnostic Medicine?
To have tools that can really help promote patient wellness

Dr. Catherine Orsi, ND, LMP
Seattle, WA
docorsi@quidnunc.net
206.938.9355

 

Can you share your experience with the FDM Training Program?

What a blessings these two bring to our careers. individually they are great but the synergistic value you receive of both is immeasurable. Patients around the world will be helped when all else has failed.

Michael Bishop, D.C.
400 Barton Blvd. Suite 2
Rockledge, FL 32955
drmichael@adjustamust.com
321-633-1400

 

 

Can you share your experience with the FDM Training Program?
I have learned and am in need of more and more learning because there is so much information available to help patients. The need for this is amazing because of all the abuse patients are getting with their medications. I had a new patient in today with 10 prescriptions, 4 surgeries that messed her up and leaving her about 40# overweight with no answers on how to get her life back.

Can you share a successful clinical outcome that you got from implementing what you learned in the FDM Training Program?
One of my patients is 20# down and, in combination with chiropractic, is over his spinal stenosis diagnosis and happy. He is feeling better than he has in years.  I also have a new cancer patient that I am going to help erase her diagnosis of a year or less to live!

Why would someone want to learn Functional Diagnostic Medicine?
Get people away the dealers of death and dying and give people a shot at becoming healthy!! Too many people need this type of care in combination with chiropractic health care.

Dr. Roy Ostenson (DC)
Appleton, WI  54914
royost@yahoo.com
920-731-0715

 

One word - outstanding! One statement to describe the courses - NO STONE LEFT UNTURNED. The courses and modules provide a unsurpassed education base that give not only the foundations in functional medicine, but teaches you how to build upon that foundation every step of the way. This program is worth its weight in gold.

Gerald Drefahl
Louisiana
225-936-1189

 

Can you share your experience with the FDM Training Program?
I have been pleased at the depth of the information presented & the quick responses of the instructors to questions I have posed. I see this becoming a whole new direction for me to reach many people who otherwise I wouldn't be able to.

Why would someone want to learn Functional Diagnostic Medicine?
To provide a better service to their patients & to provide a service that their competitors' aren't. Can access many more people who normally wouldn't go to a DC.

Kyle Umland, D.C.
Pasadena, CA
kyleu@sbcglobal.net
626-345-0441

 

Can you share your experience with the FDM Training Program?
As a practitioner of Nutritional Medicine based in the UK, some aspects of the course were more accessible than others. However, Dr. Grisanti has produced a veritable goldmine of information which has proved relevant and supportive in my practice: blood chemistry analysis/patient home testing/a plethora of questionnaires/improved understanding of patient cases/clear treatment protocols, to name a few. The course material will serve as a major reference resource in my practice from now on.

Why would someone want to learn Functional Diagnostic Medicine?
to get to the root causes of patient health problems

Jan Thwaites
Isle of Wight UK
jan.thwaites@onetel.net
01983 810635

 

This training opened my eyes to the different ways of looking at a problem and, of course, my patients. As a regular doc, what I learned was far more interesting than the stuff we are expected to know. I really appreciate their efforts in making things easy to understand and to translate to my clients

Dr. William Shwetzer
Thailand
dr.william@tao-garden.com

 

Can you share your experience with the FDM Training Program?
The Functional Medicine Course provides a tremendous amount of information in a format that is easy to learn at your own pace. The course material would take numerous weekend seminar classes, but this is extremely convenient, cost effective and we have the MP3 and written material to refer to when needed. The potential for profit is huge for any DC expanding into the nutrition arena.

Why would someone want to learn Functional Diagnostic Medicine?
To expand the services offered in your clinic or practice

George Shoemaker DC
3384 Easton Ave Bethlehem Pa 18020
gshoemaker@rcn.com
610 865 6111

 

Can you share your experience with the FDM Training Program?
This training is very comprehensive. Even the most skilled clinician will find this course valuable. Tons of resources that can be used to expand your diagnostic ability and product offerings. The delivery format is excellent. 

Can you share a successful clinical outcome that you got from implementing what you learned in the FDM Training Program?
I had a male patient that presented with persistent indigestion type symptoms. He had already been to several medical specialist over the past 10 months and was very distraught about his results. He was taking several medications and still having pain and a deep concern about what was the real problem. I ran an expanded GI panel which none of his gastrointestinal doctors thought to run. He showed positive for C. Difficile along with many other signs of GI stress.  I sent him back to his doctor with the test results and this M.D. was very impressed with the tests and wanted to know more about it. This patient was now able to receive the specific treatment for that infection and is now using my recommend protocols for complete recovery. What I hear many times from my patients is why didn't my other doctor run these tests? They usually say with a tone of anger.

Why would someone want to learn Functional Diagnostic Medicine?
To be confident about why they are giving nutrition. It will give them the foundation of physiology to work with so many people who are not being treated appropriately.

Jeff Brittain, D.C. 
3230 Kirby #410
Houston, TX 77098 
713-527-8844 
www.brittainhealth.com

 

Can you share your experience with the FDM Training Program?
Excellent and timely information to help our patients! Practical information presented in a format that makes functional medicine fun to apply in practice.

Why would someone want to learn Functional Diagnostic Medicine?
To diversify income streams and learn additional way to help our patients.

James Barger DC
Folsom, Calif
jbarger56@sbcglobal.net
916-984-9999

 

FMU has been a great resource for evaluation, treatment and retesting numerous conditions, beyond the musculoskeletal practice that I had for 25 years. This has opened up a cash based business that is growing, and giving peace of mind due to the alternative to the insurance based business that I have that is dwindling in profitability.

Richard Powell
Illinois
630-832-4077
powellrichard@sbcglobal.net

 

Can you share your experience with the FDM Training Program?
I am very happy and pleased to have taken the first FMU class by Dr. Grisanti and now extremely happy to be able to take the second class to expand my knowledge in FDM. I completed the DABCI program in July 2008. There is an enormous difference between the two. I have learned to bridge the gap between the two to become a better physician. I credit FDM for making that possible. There is more in depth training in FDM as to finding out the actual cause to the patient`s  illness. Patients look at you with more respect and amazement when you truly get at the core of their problems. You are able to give them the assurance that they didn`t find elsewhere.

Can you share a successful clinical outcome that you got from implementing what you learned in the FDM Training Program?
A 55 year old male on conventional BP medications for fifteen years was able to get off his BP medications completely within three months. Using the FDM forms alone and the information from his medical records and recent tests he was given by his personal physician, I was able to change his nutritional status which alone helped this patient to get off his medications. As you know, his personal physician wasn`t too happy. He stated to the patient that perhaps the patient didn`t have a BP  problem after all. Nutrition has nothing to do with BP the patient was told. The patient is happy and I am happy. I advised the patient not to be angry with the doctor. The patient complied.

Why would someone want to learn Functional Diagnostic Medicine?
To become better physicians.

James Otis Williams,D.C.
Beaufort, South Carolina
jow@earthlink.net
(843)522-2093

 

Can you share your experience with the FDM Training Program?
Even though I cannot order the diagnostic tests, I have found the information about the biochemistry, disease processes, and treatment extremely useful when working with my patients, family and friends.  I feel more confident with my explanations to patients on their conditions and how functional medicine can impact their health.

Can you share a successful clinical outcome that you got from implementing what you learned in the FDM Training Program?
I have more confidence in using Hydrochloric Acid with my patients.  Besides helping several patients with malabsorption issues, I have had patients whose joints pains have decreased, back pain resolve, and one patient who has been able to stop taking antibiotics for her rosacea (no outbreaks in 3 months!).

Why would someone want to learn Functional Diagnostic Medicine?
To be able to assist the diagnosis of difficult patients, and speed their recovery

Julie Shishino, PT, IMT,C
Los Angeles, CA
julieshishino@centerimt.com
(310) 649-5339

 

Can you share your experience with the FDM Training Program?
I started the program because I wanted to become more proficient, but now I realize that I have become more confident, more sure and a much better doctor.  I feel like I received the missing like I did not get in school and every patient I treat gets the benefit of this over and over again.  I would suggest that any doctor who wants to really truly help the people that they see do this program.

Can you share a successful clinical outcome that you got from implementing what you learned in the FDM Training Program?
I have been able to go back over adrenal tests that I did in the past and see how I can change the treatment plan to reach the root of the problem.  The results were better than I could have imagined.  The patients had an increase in energy, increased motivation and a more dramatic change in overall symptoms than I had achieved before.

Julie TwoMoon
Plymouth MI
jtwomoon@gmail.com
734-414-7669

 

Can you share your experience with the FDM Training Program?
The Functional Medicine Training Program is simply the best course I had the opportunity to take since Chiropractic College! It was exactly what I had been looking for for years: a way of expanding my knowledge about the standard and advanced lab testing which are currently available to us today so I can better target the cause of the chronic health dysfunctions that my patients suffer from. More than a course on nutrition, this program was a complete system and was definitely the easiest and fastest way to embrace the Functional Medicine World. I feel that Ron did an optimal job in giving me all the fundamentals I needed and in the same time kept me motivated enough to further research this fascinating and huge field.  

Why would someone want to learn Functional Diagnostic Medicine?
In Italy, chiropractic has been recently recognized but the details of the law are still being worked upon. The possibility of ordering blood tests for example isn't allowed yet for the chiropractor, at least officially. Doing nutrition isn't defined as well. These are the major obstacles at the present time but I hope it will change in the near future.

Laurent Nappee, D.C. 
Centro Chiropratico Salus  Via Clara Maffei,
14 A  24121
Bergamo 
Italy 
Tel: 0039 035222959
E-mail: laurentnappee@yahoo.fr

 

Can you share your experience with the FDM Training Program?
I was practicing FDM prior to taking the course, but the additional knowledge I've gained is invaluable. The information I've learned helps to support the protocols I prescribe. Knowledge is power! Not to mention, it makes us look good in front of our patients! I have many colleagues who work longer hours than I, but I have a greater income, due to the FDM patients I have.  Not only are you helping people, but it is an addition to your profit.

Can you share a successful clinical outcome that you got from implementing what you learned in the FDM Training Program?
I have one patient who is hypochlorhydric. She had flatulence so badly, that she was constantly embarrassed at work and otherwise. Giving her probiotics and HCl has really helped her internally and socially!

Why would someone want to learn Functional Diagnostic Medicine?
To help more people!

Lisa Gold, D.N.
Chicago, IL
drgold@sbcglobal.net
773-388-3977

 

Can you share your experience with the FDM Training Program?
Having the depth of understanding that is gained through the FDM program enables me to educate my patients much more efficiently and earn the referrals of their friends and families.

Can you share a successful clinical outcome that you got from implementing what you learned in the FDM Training Program?
Within the first month of doing labwork I diagnosed 5 cases of Hashimoto's thyroiditis, 8 cases of B12 deficiency and have finally been able to convince my patients to go off gluten. By putting my patients on the proper nutritional support and gaining their compliance, their health and energy levels have improved remarkably.

Marla Scripter DC
Northridge, CA
mscripter@dslextreme.com
818-831-9895

 

Why would someone want to learn Functional Diagnostic Medicine?
Evidence based knowledge without, having to spend torturous hours on research, I would imagine be the most effective use of time and finances.  Your course certainly lives up to this expectation.  Thank you.

Can you share your experience with the FDM Training Program?
As a Naturopathic university student, FMU is an absolute gem of a course - words cannot express my gratitude and how I truly feel.  The advance knowledge am gaining through this course is helping me: consolidate; upgrade my diagnostic skills and knowledgebase; preparing me to ask more relevant questions of my tutors; and gain better marks on my coursework.  I feel privileged to be given the opportunity to study alongside current practitioners as it relevant to my future goals.  I truly thank FMU for preparing me to become an excellent practitioner.

Milagritos Kanji
London, England
miligreentoes@yahoo.co.uk

 

Can you share your experience with the FDM Training Program?
The FDM training and materials have been a tremendous resource as I develop my naturopathic medical practice.  The forms and questionnaires really saved me a lot of time in starting my practice.

Can you share a successful clinical outcome that you got from implementing what you learned in the FDM Training Program?
The FDM training was invaluable in helping me to approach the diagnosis, workup, and treatment plan development of my first Hashimoto's thyroiditis case.

Why would someone want to learn Functional Diagnostic Medicine?
It reinforces the naturopathic training I already have.

Orville R Weyrich, Jr PhD NMD
Scottsdale, AZ
info@orvilleweyrich.com
(480) 600-7695

 

Can you share your experience with the FDM Training Program?
I had been using blood and saliva testing for years before taking your class.  Your information has significantly increased my practical knowledge and confidence to tackle difficult cases and has certainly helped my bottom line

Can you share a successful clinical outcome that you got from implementing what you learned in the FDM Training Program?
I recently worked with a 48 year old female who came to me with occasional weakness and numbness, headaches, chemical sensitivity, fatigue, tight and stiff muscles.  After performing a comprehensive blood panel, liver detox panel, RBC mineral test and hormone panel, she was given appropriate supplements and dietary changes.  On her five week reevaluation she reported significant improvement on dizziness, weakness & numbness, and foggy thinking.  She has already referred in her mother-in-law for care.

Why would someone want to learn Functional Diagnostic Medicine?
To help all of the people they normally cannot get well

Paul Firnhaber, DC
Lincoln, NE
drpaulf2@juno.com
402-488-2220

 

Can you share your experience with the FDM Training Program?
The FDM training program offers a wealth of information that is categorized in a very user friendly manor. It gives you on a step back step method of thinking on how to evaluate a patients health condition from start to finish. What lab tests should be ordered and what nutritional supplements should be given and even what company or companies to order them from. It is straight forward like A to B to C.

Can you share a successful clinical outcome that you got from implementing what you learned in the FDM Training Program?
I have this female patient early 30's who has suffered half her life with severe allergies and severe menstrual problems (cramping, low back pain, and migraines). I followed FDM protocols and discovered that she suffers from intestinal hyperpermeability and low progesterone. It is about 3 months later and her migraines are gone, her allergies are slight to mild 85% gone, her severe cramps and low back pain are slight to mild (she used be end up in bed for at least 1-2 days before) for the last 2 months she has gone to work with little to no problems. It works

Rudy A Reyes D.C.
San Diego, Ca
atrustsd@gmail.com
619-574-0554

 

Can you share your experience with the FDM Training Program?
See below

Can you share a successful clinical outcome that you got from implementing what you learned in the FDM Training Program?
My greatest success to date would have to be my own.  Even with the training and lifestyle I promote amongst my family, friends, and patients there were issues of fatigue, aches and pains and a generalized loss of interest in things important to me.  All the information I had acquired throughout the years often lead to depression because I lacked a plan for implementing what I knew, or thought I knew.  You don't know what you don't know until you look to see there is more. This course revitalized my interest in providing the best service possible to my circle of influence.  Placing myself in the diagnostic funnel has allowed me to identify and focus on specific deficiencies I was unaware of.  I thought I had all the bases covered.  FMU opened the doors that are allowing me to put it all together and improve my own health in the process.  Thank you

Why would someone want to learn Functional Diagnostic Medicine?
Anyone interested in helping their patients achieve a disease free state need to become involved.  With patients recognizing pharmaceutical limitations there is an explosive desire for health oriented programs.  People are growing tired of a disease based health care system.  The more education we can provide our patients and colleagues, the greater awareness for a collective society based on concepts of true health

S. Jeff Jennewein DC, MA, MS
Lomita, California  90717

 

Can you share your experience with the FDM Training Program?
If you truly want to be a better physician then this is the course for you. The patient centered approach will allow you to identify biochemical abnormalities and then guide the patient in the best way to correct them. Your patient's will wonder why nobody told them this information before.

Why would someone want to learn Functional Diagnostic Medicine?
Ability to treat chronic conditions effectively.

Steven Przezdziecki, D.C.
 18 West Street 
Chicopee, MA 01013 
(413) 598-8550

 

Can you share your experience with the FDM Training Program?
I have taken several other functional programs and none of them have come close to the FMU Program.  This program is what my practice needed to pull it all together.  It has taken my understanding in functional medicine to a whole new level.  This is the future of health care.

Can you share a successful clinical outcome that you got from implementing what you learned in the FDM Training Program?
I have had successes with functional medicine and terrain testing over the last 10 years, the FMU program has given me a much clearer path to the root cause and hitting the bulls eye with my treatment programs.  Thank you.

Why would someone want to learn Functional Diagnostic Medicine?
This is Health Care not disease care.

Terri Evans, DOM, AP
Naples, FL
taehealthyaging@embarqmail.com

 

I think this is what is missing in health care. It's what takes what we do out of the realm of crisis intervention and allows us to affect the actual health of our patients. I feel more confident when making recommendations to my patients and when reporting to their other doctors and health care practitioners. It's a lot of information, no question about that, but the presentation of the material in forums and hot seat clinical format really help assimilate and UNDERSTAND the process and flow of the diagnostic algorithm. I very highly recommend this course to any health care practitioner who wants to get a handle on how to effect patient function vs. symptom management.

Barry L. Hughes, D.C.
Brazoria Texas
979-798-1222
hughes@brazoriainet.com

 

FMU has offered an impressive range of information and testing tools that can be immediately implemented into my practice.

David Knop
207-899-1922
dave@livevital.com

 

I realized that something was missing in my practice. That there were underlying issues that contributed to my patients health conditions. Needing to know more lead me to FMU and a new world has opened up to me because of it. I am not too far into the course work but have learned so much thus far. Referrals to my office have already generated from my ability to analyze and help patients understand what is blocking their potential to heal. This is an exciting time to practice and I look forward to continued growth in diognostic skills, clinical outcomes and business potential.

Lisette Beam
California
760-619-5795
lbeamdc@gmail.com

 

Prior to beginning the FMU training modules alot of the teachings on an organ system were not a thorough step by step presentation of each organ system. However, the teachings of FMU have included the functional tests inclusive for that organ system, the clinical applications of each test and its association to the organ system and clincal approaches to treatments. Simply put, the step by step approach has stream lined my approach in helping my patients with their health problems.

Robert F. Cowan DC
CAP DACBN
Florida
850-469-9633
drbob3648@bellsouth.net

 

The best part is that I may participate any time, day or night, at my own pace, to complete this extremely detailed and all encompassing program. Functional Diagnostic Medicine Program is more rewarding for me in practice than I could have imagined. Thank you for providing me such a personal and integrative education.

Nancy Doreo
California
805-777-7184
drdoreo@drdoreo.com

 

The advanced material that I have learned at FMU has helped to develop a unique service to offer for my patients that few other clinicians are doing. I combine leading-edge functional medicine diagnostics with ancient Chinese Medicine, Ayurveda, and nutritional therapy, which allows me to help patients who felt "hopeless" because no other practitioner was able to find a solution for their "mystery" illness. Thank goodness I found FMU!

Jamie Koonce
California
501-538-4227
jamie@jamiekoonce.com

 

FMU is a through, organized system of learning about the body and FM. It equips students to truly know and understand what is happening in the bodies of their patients. This is not pure regurgitation, it is understanding. You can hear the passion that Ron has for FM, his patients and his students of FMU. I have changed my whole practice b/c of this knowledge and have helped very sick people begin to get well. The future is bright both clinically and financially!

Robert Wallace
Pennsylvania
215-750-3338
drrobertwallacedc@gmail.com