Natural Treatment through Functional Medicine for Thyroid Condition

See how Dr. Vaibhav Patel can help you

Thyroid issues can come with a number of uncomfortable and sometimes scary symptoms such as heart palpitations, weak and trembling muscles, an inability to concentrate or focus, and intolerance to either heat (overactive thyroid) or cold (underactive thyroid).

While conventional treatment methods typically mean taking prescription medications or even sometimes having surgery to ease these types of symptoms, the reality is that functional medicine takes a less invasive and possibly even more effective approach. Dr. Vaibhav Patel has years of experience treating patients in Nashville area and around the country with natural, functional medicine approaches to thyroid issues.

Another huge factor in your thyroid's ability to function effectively is stress. In other words, the more you worry about things and let them get to you without taking the time to decompress, the more likely you are to have thyroid issues. This makes finding a way to relieve negative emotions related to work, family, and home imperative to a healthy thyroid gland.

In the end, you can either treat the symptoms or the disease. Functional medicine prefers the latter approach.

Imagine how your life be different if you weren't tired all the time or be able to lose weight or enjoy your life with your loved ones like you always wanted.

Holistic Functional Medicine approache to your Thyroid Condition can be the answer you are looking for, and Dr. Vaibhav Patel can help you improve your health. Dr Vaibhav Patel has Dinner Seminar coming up to educate people on his approach and health in general.  If you are interested in learning more about Dr Patel's approach RSVP for his Dinner Seminar by calling his office at (615) 448-6845 or Fill out the Form below.


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