Treating Thyroid & Adrenal Disorders
FIND OUT WHAT’S REALLY CAUSING YOUR SYMPTOMS
Thyroid and adrenal disorders often fly under the radar, but they can cause a range of symptoms people commonly describe as just “feeling a little unwell.” That means could be a medical explanation for your tiredness, forgetfulness, and depression. Let’s start reclaiming your health.
Quick Overview of Thyroid & Adrenal Disorders
The thyroid gland is located inside your neck, while your adrenal glands sit at the top of your kidneys, so it would be easy to think they’re unrelated. The truth is they both create hormones, which act as chemical messengers designed to help your body function as it should.
If they start producing too much or too little, they can cause serious issues that significantly affect your vitality and quality of life. This can affect everything from your energy levels to your skin, mood, digestion, and more. In many cases, lifestyle changes and supplements can make a big difference. That’s why functional medicine is important. We’ll work with you to assess whether your glands are functioning properly and what we can do to get them back on track to restore your health.
We’re not here to put a band-aid on the problem, we’re here to help you live a healthy and happy life for many years to come. It’s time to take control and start living the life you want.
- Increased Sensitivity to Heat and Cold
- Depression and Irritability
- Joint or Muscle Pain
- High Blood Pressure
- Muscle Weakness
- Digestive Issues
- Weight Gain
- Dry Skin
Common Thyroid & Adrenal Disorders We Treat
This is an attack on the thyroid gland, which causes hyperthyroidism (excess hormones).
Condition in which the thyroid produces too many hormones, most common in women.
Symptoms include chronic fatigue, weakness, weight loss, and abdominal pain.
Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia (CAH)
This refers to a group of genetic disorders that can affect the adrenal gland.
Hormones play a key part in our natural sleep cycles, and can affect your routine
Weight Gain or Loss
Unexplained weight gain, or weight loss, can be a sign of hormonal imbalance.
Hormonal issues may explain depression, anxiety, irritability, mood swings, and more.
Cortisol is a hormone that regulates the body’s response to stressful stimuli.
Can’t find your diagnosis on this list? Ask our team when you book a discovery call.
Why We Treat Thyroid & Adrenal Disorders
Dr. Joseph Radawi, MD, practiced emergency medicine for more than 10 years before moving into functional medicine. He saw first-hand the impact that chronic conditions, including thyroid and adrenal disorders, were having on people in his community and wanted to help.
He found that while traditional medicine is great for acute care, such as injuries and emergencies, it doesn’t have good enough answers when it comes to chronic diseases. Functional medicine is an evolution of medical practice that treats the whole person, rather than just the symptoms, to restore health and well-being for the long-term.
Dr. Radawi has completed advanced clinical training in functional medicine and has helped many patients with thyroid and adrenal disorders tackle the root causes of their problems and step into a new world of possibilities. Are you ready to take control of your health?
If you are tired of just managing your symptoms and never getting better, then give Dr. Radawi a call. He diligently seeks out the root cause and comes up with a plan designed especially for you.
Let’s Get Started
Watch our free 15 minute Thyroid and Autoimmune Conditions Webinar today and start learning about what’s going on inside your body and what’s causing your symptoms. We’ll discuss some of the triggers that are making you feel unwell and some things we can do to help you regain your health. Our team is here to help your body to function at an optimal level so you can fulfill your purpose and live your life to the fullest.
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