Integrative Medicine Treatment in Solon, OH: Meet Our Integrative Doctor
What is Integrative Medicine?
The goal of integrative medicine is to consider and provide healing for the entire body rather than only looking at individual symptoms. Dr. Goldfarb and his extended team at Integrative Medicine and Wellness Center combine Western medical practices with alternative therapies that work to reduce pain, fatigue, stress, and anxiety with personally tailored treatments. Dr. G has become an expert in how all aspects of the body are interconnected, and he knows that by recognizing and caring for one issue, your whole health improves in the process.
What Can I Expect from an Integrative Medicine Doctor?
Reviewing your previous diagnoses is an important part of your care, and Dr. Goldfarb likes to start by sitting down with you one-on-one to gain an in-depth understanding of how your symptoms are affecting you. This helps him determine which therapies — from allergy drops to bio-identical hormone therapies — can provide the most benefit and fit comfortably into your daily routine, sleep schedule, eating habits, and lifestyle.
An appointment with Dr. G is a collaboration: the two of you work together to decide on a treatment plan that’s as convenient for you as it is effective for resolving the ongoing conditions you are facing.
What We Treat
Dr. G and his team treat a wide range of the issues that most commonly affect your quality of life, including:
Fibromyalgia & Chronic Fatigue
Hormones play an essential role in your health, and a hormone imbalance can have debilitating effects on your body, such as weight gain, muscle weakness, depression, fatigue, and even infertility. With the right treatment plan from Dr. G, you can alleviate such symptoms or even resolve them, getting back to your daily activities with ease.
If you suffer from a thyroid disorder, you may regularly experience dry skin, constipation, weight loss, an increased sensitivity to hot and cold temperatures, and more — all of which can have a major impact on your wellbeing if left untreated.