Your Body Already Knows What it Needs to Thrive
The human body is designed to live and thrive on whole food and fresh water, so it makes sense that it can also be healed with the same things.
Nature provides us with everything we need to not only improve, but maintain our health.
Even if you have been told, "That there is nothing more that can be offered". The Functional Medicine (healthcare) model will evaluate, prioritize and focus on any imbalances in the body’s systems. You have additional options for health.
Quality Resources for Optimal Healing & Maintenance
Our office uses organic, whole food vitamins, minerals, and herbs to assist in the healing process. We are proud to offer a wide range of premium supplements to our patients as part of a holistic plan of therapy.
"Tough to express the gratitude I have for Dr. Blackman and Janelle! I started seeing them a couple weeks after recovering from a virus and was having a very difficult time completely recovering from the lingering symptoms. I was experiencing shortness of breath, fatigue, and most of bodies systems seemed to be out of whack. Dr. Blackman put me on a program that started yielding results within a couple of weeks, and Janelle made sure I kept my nutrition on track. I enjoyed my weekly appointments and experiencing the very real progress happening every week! Now, 5 months later, happy to say the lingering symptoms that many experienced have gone away and I feel great. I would recommend Complementary Applied Nutrition to anyone!" -Brandon G.
"Dr. Blackman has been a wonderful help in my recovery from intestinal issues along with stress related anxiety. The nutritional supplements have truly started my road to recovery from both issues along with important education on how the healing with supplements work. Both Dr. Blackman and the office nutritionist, Janelle have been both accessible and flexible in scheduling my appointments and frequent questions. Dr. Blackman has also helped my friend , husband and daughter. We can’t recommend his practice enough." -Julie L.