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“My core thinking and goal are to share these advanced ideas with physicians and patients because they are widely unknown in traditional medical education and practice.”

Dr. Dominic CostabileFUNCTIONAL MEDICINE

  • Optimizing health and wellness with functional Medicine. Whole food  nutrition, a focus on lifestyle medicine and bio-identical hormone replacement therapy.
  • Regenerative injection therapy for chronic musculoskeletal and neurogenic pain.
  • Preventative medicine:  Lifestyle medicine for optimizing wellness,  function and prevention of chronic diseases.   Phytonutrients and plant based nutrition are central to repair and prevention.

Optimal health and functioning are not be enhanced by pharmaceuticals or packaged and processed foods.  It will be severely diminished by  physical inactivity.

Advanced Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy CertificationChronic musculoskeletal pain is complex and is poorly understood by physician and patient.  Failure to heal,   sensitization of the peripheral and central nervous system, and kinetic chain dysfunction are the foundation of chronic pain. Steroids and non-steroidal medications, for example, Advil® or Aleve®  never work for chronic musculoskeletal pain. Long term narcotic pain medication is not the best solution for tissue healing and repair.

Regenerative injection therapy, inclusive of prolotherapy,  bio cellular therapies and superficial perineural injection when combined with lifestyle changes and physical rehabilitation therapies have proven to be highly effective and safe.

machiavelli“Too many people today are treated for chronic diseases that could  have been avoided. We seek to build a world that focuses on disease prevention instead of  disease management.” (worldlinkmedical: the academy of preventative & innovative medicine, 2015)

Please explore the separate sections on this website. Note the section tabs written for patients with questions and answers.

Note the separate tabs for physicians. The reference section has information for gaining  an understanding of how these therapies are developing. Numerous advances have improved our understanding of regeneration, tissue repair, and are improving the treatment of chronic diseases.

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