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Our three practitioners!

Atlanta Functional Medicine is honored and excited to announce that all three of our licensed healthcare providers are now certified functional medicine practitioners! Dr. Linda Lee MD and Ashley Walker PA-C completed in-depth training developed by the Institute for Functional…

Are You Deficient in Vitamin D?

Recent research indicates that vitamin D deficiency is common in the United States. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that 32 % of us are vitamin D deficient. However, the serum levels the CDC considers “normal” are far…

All Things New: 2016

At Atlanta Functional Medicine we love the New Year because it is a time of renewed hope when we can encourage our patients to start fresh and have a new start to achieve optimal health. It is also a time…

How’s That New Year’s Resolution Going?

    We’re a few days into 2016 now and, for many of us, an ambitious start out of the gate is slowing at the first turn. Why? The first workout or the first carefully planned meal usually goes well…

Are Your Supplements Safe?

By Linda Hall, RN Per the New York Times: In early February 2015, the New York Attorney General's office investigated and accused 4 major retailers of selling fraudulent and potentially dangerous herbal supplements. These retailers are G.N.C., Walgreens, Target, and…

DOCTORS PASS IFM EXAM WITH FLYING COLORS!!

  Please join us in congratulating Elizabeth Board, M.D. and Sonza Curtis, N.D. on passing the 2014 Institute For Functional Medicine Practitioners Certification exam!!!! There are only 3 “IFMCP”s in Georgia!!!! This means they know their stuff, as if we…

Acupuncture for Allergies!

Acupuncture for Allergies! Did you know acupuncture relieves allergy symptoms like stuffiness, headache, itchy eyes, and runny nose? Acupuncture reduces inflammation and irritation by strategically placing itty-bitty needles the size of a human hair on your skin.  Dr. Board is…

Efficient and Effective Digestion for the New Year

It’s that time of year again – when we strive to make sweeping changes for the better, often to see our resolve crumble in a matter of weeks.  As we’ve suggested before, try implementing smaller changes, and set yourself up…