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Functional Medicine

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What is Functional Medicine?

A network approach to health and disease management based on mechanistic links between

  1. diet, social and environmental history
  2. biomarkers for nutritional, genetic and metabolic status
  3. symptoms and signs of disease

leading to person-specific, multi-level interventions for greater health and wellbeing.

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We Treat

Neurological Dysfunction: Alzheimer's Disease, chronic fatigue, cognitive impairment, fibromyalgia, headache, migraine, mood and behaviour disorders, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's Disease, other neurological conditions

Allergy and Autoimmune Disease: asthma, arthritis, eczema, food allergy, food sensitivity, psoriasis, sinusitis

Digestive Disorder: Inflammatory bowel disease, Irritable bowel syndrome

Hormone Imbalance: adrenal, thyroid and sexual dysfunction

Metabolic and Circulatory Dysfunction: cardiovascular disease, diabetes, lipid dysfuction

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Medical Director

Dr Adigo Atabo BM BS BMedSc(Hons) MRCS MIH FWACS(Plastics) IFMCP

As a surgeon and the first doctor in Britain to be fully certified by the Institute for Functional Medicine, Dr Atabo's hallmark is precision and thoroughness. She offers a comprehensive functional medicine review, paying close attention to every piece of information. She applies her skills to build a detailed clinical picture, order judicious investigations, and formulate a personalised treatment plan.

Dr Atabo is a Bredesen Protocol™ practitioner. She specialises in early cognitive decline and Alzheimer's disease.

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Our service

"It is best to choose someone who has gone through and passed the certification programme."
Dr Mark Hyman, Chairman of the Institute for Functional Medicine

We gather and organise every relevant piece of information. We relentlessly search for solutions.

We identify and treat the root cause of disease.

We coach you to be successful in diet and lifestyle change.

We provide a gold standard of care.

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