Holistic functional medicine uses whole food, homeopathic liquids, botanicals, and herbs - the Creator's ancient artistry.

Pathological medicine is what you currently know. Functional medicine, put simply, means to use prevention and maintenance while a patient is still functional rather than suppressing symptoms until they become pathological. In other words, oil changes are wiser than overhauls, and the wisdom in this is quite obvious.

Here’s the definition of functional medicine: Treatments that focus on optimal functioning of the body and its organs, usually involving systems of holistic or alternative medicine. If you’re reading this, you’re already looking for options. Welcome home. Now, let’s discuss alternative medicine.

Educational point: Conventional medicine uses therapies and drugs developed within the last years or decades while labeling ancient methods as “complementary” or “alternative.” In reality, the methods of natural health are ancient and anything but complementary. Antibiotics and organ replacements, while life-saving in certain circumstances, are relatively brand new. Every method used by Divine Design Natural Health is ancient: light, water, heat, electricity, plants, animals, and a healer’s hands.

We are conventional. We are traditional. We are ancient.

A Protocol for A Disease:

We do not use any “nutritional protocols” for any disease. Why?

Educated intelligence is what most healthcare professionals attain from years of education. Innate intelligence is what your body possesses without you having to think about breathing, maintaining blood pressure, healing a paper cut, or birthing a child. Your body does not care about your doctor’s education or how many letters are etched after his name. It only wants to get better. Without asking your body what it needs, any idea of how to treat you is strictly an opinion of the doctor. That is why we only consult one source for what you need – your very own body. And it works every time.

What exactly is functional medicine?

While functional medicine is known to address the underlying causes of disease by engaging both patient and practitioner in a therapeutic partnership, there are many misunderstandings around this term. By shifting the traditional disease-centered focus of medicine to a more patient-centered approach, functional medicine considers the whole person rather than an isolated set of symptoms. Functional medicine practitioners converse with their patients, listen to their histories, and investigate the interactions among genetic, environmental, and lifestyle factors that can influence long-term health and chronic disease. In this way, functional medicine supports the unique expression of health and vitality for each individual.