Integrative Functional Medicine

 

At Stewarding Life Wellness, we take an alternative approach to medicine and nutrition. Whether you are an athlete looking for improved recovery & performance or you are fighting autoimmune disease, energy deficits, hormone imbalances, digestive issues, and brain fog, please let us help. The body is designed to function well, but can be hindered by multiple factors that lead to dysfunction and finally to disease processes. We want to help you find the areas that are keeping your body systems from optimal performance. This has to be accomplished by looking at the body holistically from a functional viewpoint.  Most medications are not necessarily the enemy but they are rarely the answer.  Consider adding us to your healthcare team to help you find the root cause(s) of your symptoms.


Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.
— Hippocrates

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Consults are by appointment only so please reach out to Brittany at the email or phone number below to set up a consult. 

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Stewarding Life Wellness - Integrative Functional Medicine 

1670 Keller Pkwy (in the Granite Financial Building)
Keller, Texas 76248

Phone: (682) 593-7223
Fax: (817) 886-0274

Email: brittany@stewardinglifewellness.com
 

 


Functional medicine is about causes, not symptoms. It is getting to the root of the problem.
— Mark Hyman, MD

meet Jake

The problem is that we have also trained ourselves to want a quick fix for everything: a pill, a self-help book, a new marriage, a new job — instead of taking the time to sow good seeds that produce good fruit and lasting change. This is what I seek to change in my own heart and in one patient at a time.
— Jake Duncan