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TRIA approaches healthcare from an integrated medicine perspective.



What does it mean to approach healthcare from an integrated medicine perspective?


  • A partnership between patient and practitioner in the healing process. TRIA emphasizes creating a trusted relationship between our healthcare professionals and each patient.
  • Appropriate use of conventional and alternative methods to facilitate the body’s innate healing response. TRIA values the use of evidenced-based treatments even if the treatments originated in another field of medicine, such as Traditional Chinese Medicine, Functional Medicine, Lifestyle Medicine, etc.
  • Consideration of all factors that influence health, wellness and disease, including mind, spirit and community as well as body. TRIA offers a truly “Modern Holistic Approach to Getting Well and Staying Well.”
  • A philosophy that neither rejects conventional medicine nor accepts alternative therapies uncritically. TRIA values evidence of both safety and positive effects before it introduces new services and treatments.
  • Recognition that good medicine should be based in good science, be inquiry driven, and be open to new paradigms. TRIA demands it’s practitioners dedicate time to staying up with current research and trends in healthcare.
  • Use of natural, effective, less-invasive interventions whenever possible.       TRIA prefers to use treatments and therapeutic interventions that are natural and with the fewest side effects.
  • Use of the broader concepts of promotion of health and the prevention of illness as well as the treatment of disease. TRIA values disease prevention and wellness enhancement because it is far more cost effective to prevent disease rather than treating it after it occurs.
  • Training of practitioners to be models of health and healing, committed to the process of self-exploration and self-development. TRIA supports our healthcare professionals to engage personally in the wellness lifestyle and by doing so, demonstrate to our patients what it means to be optimally well.

Anti-Aging Consultation


Anti-Aging is the most recent name for what has previously been called “preventative medicine.” During your anti-aging consultation your TRIA Anti-Aging Physician will review your current and past medical condition with an emphasis on your lifestyle habits. She will next conduct a thorough physical examination and request a series of lab tests to detect the underlying biological age of various parts of your body. Once all of the information has been collected and analyzed she will present to you a personalized treatment plan designed to achieve your health objectives.


Chelation Therapy


TRIA approaches chelation therapy with consideration and only after a careful assessment of your current condition including the state of your kidney function. IV chelation therapy has demonstrated a wide range of benefits in those with identified heavy metal poisoning, impaired circulatory problems and a variety of conditions characterized by low-level inflammation. It has good range of safety and most patients notice benefits after only a few treatments.


IV Infusion Therapy


TRIA offers a variety of IV Infusion Therapies to speed recovery time and healing for those suffering from nutrient deficiency related conditions. The effects are fast and noticeable and often play a role in restoring health as part of integrated approach to “getting well and staying well.”


Food Intolerance Test


TRIA healthcare professionals have at their disposal a number of “functional medicine tests” that gives them a unique view of what is causing specific health problems for their patients. One such test is the “Food Intolerance Test.” This test is not the same as the conventional “Food Allergy Tests” (which is based in something called IgE-mediated reactions) but rather more like a food sensitivity test for food that trigger “delayed reactions” not caught by the conventional test. Although there remains some debate in medical circles about the overall validity of this test, many of our medical physicians and their patients have gained useful insight into what food items in their daily diets may be causing them problems.


Genomic Testing


TRIA seeks to engage in the use of the most leading edge tools for diagnosing and or assessing our patient’s current and future well-being. To that end, TRIA was one of the first facilities to utilize modern genomic testing as part of an integrated evaluation. The results of your genomic test grant your physician a very personal peek at some of the inborn risks that you may have, given your inherited gene pattern. With this information your TRIA physician can better personalize your treatment plan to mitigate those risks.


Homeopathic Consultation


TRIA offers a non-drug approach to “Getting Well and Staying Well” and it is called Homeopathy. This very old branch of medicine seeks to restore balance in the patient through the use of incredibly dilute substances, including minerals and herbs to “nudge” the body towards health and wellness. It is considered free of any side effects and may be useful for pregnant women and even toddlers wishing to minimize the risk of potential side effects of modern drug treatments.


Customized Supplementation


TRIA emphasizes, in all of the treatments available, a personalized approach to restoring health. No place is this more apparent then in our approach to assessing and prescribing supplements to individuals seeking nutrient support to facilitate their recovery. TRIA actually creates personalized compounded supplements to meet the patient’s unique needs and does so based upon a detailed and careful assessment of the person’s underlying physiology and even genomic findings. With a personalized approach, patients often derive a far better outcome.