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Digestion and Probiotics
Many of my patients make the needed dietary and lifestyle changes and find they continue to have digestive symptoms that simply do not go away. Read more on Benefical Bacteria >>
Deep Breathing — The Truly Essential Exercise
There is a way to begin or renew your commitment to physical fitness, something that should come easily to every woman because you have to do it anyway. The secret is simply to breathe…deeply and often >>
Feel Better In Two Weeks
A Quick-Cleanse plan helps turn down the noise in your body and frees up your immune system to deal with other, potentially more hazardous concerns — like viruses, accelerated aging, or unchecked cell division. Try A Quick Cleanse >>
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Marcelle Pick, OB/GYN NP
Founder, Women to Women and True Health Nutritional System
With over thirty years experience in women’s health, Marcelle Pick has helped thousands of women achieve better health in her Maine clinic through Functional Medicine approaches. Advances in technology have allowed Marcelle and her team to extend her reach across the globe through WomentoWomen.com. At Women to Women, our goal to help end puzzling health symptoms and transform lives into long term a picture of good health no matter where they live.
Your body naturally wants to be healthy.
The two-pronged healing approach of Functional Medicine is why we can transform health.
Functional medicine is an evolution in the practice of medicine that better addresses the healthcare needs of the 21st century. By shifting the traditional disease-centered focus of medical practice to a more patient-centered approach, Functional Medicine addresses the whole person, not just an isolated set of symptoms. To address chronic health conditions and symptoms, Functional Medicine uses two scientifically grounded principles: 1. Add what’s lacking in the body to nudge its physiology back to a state of optimal functioning. 2. Remove anything that impedes the body from moving toward this optimal state of physiology. Plainly put, your body naturally wants to be healthy. However, things needed by the body to function at its best might be missing, or something might be standing in the way of it’s optimal functioning. Our goal is to first identify the factors responsible for the malfunctioning, then we deal with those factors in a way appropriate to your situation. Marcell Pick shares her experience >>