Science has shown us that hormones can easily become imbalanced by multiple factors, including chronic stress, poor sleep quality, nutrient deficiencies, infection, inflammatory states, and from toxins that build up in our body. When hormones are disrupted, chaos ensues, driving cells toward dysfunction and may result in chronic disease, such as diabetes, elevated cholesterol, heart disease or cancer. Learn more
The testing ordered for you is comprehensive and extensive. We look at hundreds of markers in your body and Dr. Fleming analyzes each one to determine what biochemical processes are malfunctioning and generating your symptoms.
Many of us have a personal or family history of diabetes, heart disease, stroke or dementia. Being proactive about your health is vital and prevention is paramount! Learn more
If you have a diagnosis of, or want to lower your risk of hypertension, high cholesterol, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, or metabolic syndrome, Dr. Fleming will work with you and your primary care provider to identify modifiable risk factors and develop a comprehensive prevention and management strategy to reduce your risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD). Learn more
What does it mean to be well?
For some women, it may mean being able to take a walk with our partner or grandchild on the beach. Wellness may mean being cancer-free. Others may view wellness as meeting the expectations of work, family, and the demands we put on ourselves every day. Learn more
A properly functioning digestive system is critical to good health. Did you know over 70% of our immune system is found in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract? Gut dysfunction is linked with many common symptoms and illnesses, including heartburn, abdominal bloating and pain, chronic constipation or diarrhea, IBS, and weight gain. Learn more
According to the American Diabetes Association,
1 in 3 American adults have prediabetes and 9 out of 10 of them don't know they have it. Prediabetes is the perfect storm of two factors: Insulin resistance (when tissues don't properly respond to insulin) and decreased insulin production. Learn more