As a Functional Medicine provider, you will have a deeper understanding of the dietary, lifestyle, environmental, cellular, and emotional factors that lead to or aggravate chronic and inflammatory diseases.
Provide evidence-based recommendations to your patients, including nutrition, herbs, and supplements
How to order and work with Functional labs
Learn how to identify and address the triggers of chronic diseases
Clinical guides and patient handouts, a new patient intake form, 6-week anti-inflammatory guide, a healthy cookbook and 30-day meal plan, stress relief guide, and more.
Learn how to build and grow a virtual or an in-person practice, from building a website, how to get new clients, and increasing your income
Practice growth seminars, coaching calls, and case study review to support your clinical success
Dr. Sanjay Murthy, MD, MPH
Physician at Wellhealth Medical Associates Clinic
Larissa Gbone, MSN, FNP, CRNP, CFMP
Advanced Functional Health & Wellness Clinic
Dr. Mansi Shah, B. Pharm, PharmD
Beyond Coaching, Holistic Nutrition Coaching
Zerla Stoller, PA-C
Thriving With Zerla
Learn the science and clinical application of Functional and Nutritional Medicine. Training includes how to identify external and internal factors that lead to chronic diseases, how to order Functional labs, and treatment strategies.
Learn how to safely and effectively prescribe and recommend herbal medicine and nutritional supplements to support the healing process
Comprehensive training on how to establish and grow a virtual and/or in-person Functional and nutritional medicine practice, including how to get clients and referrals, and how to charge insurance and cash services and increase your revenue with memberships and programs.
Including access from most devices (computer, tablet, and phone) to all the training lectures, class handouts, and quizzes to asses your knowledge about Functional, Nutritional, and Integrative Medicine
A comprehensive exam with clinical cases to improve your understanding and application of the material you learned. Feedback is received immediately to improve your knowledge
Includes clinical guides on Functional labs, supplements, and establishing a virtual and in-person clinic, as well as patient's handouts, health and diet surveys, 6-week anti-inflammatory guide, a healthy cookbook and 30-day meal plan, stress relief guide, and more.
Upon completion of the requirements, a certificate of completion will be issued to document your achievement as a Functional and Nutritional Medicine Certified Practitioner. You will also be listed in the graduate directory
on-going support from our team and our success coaches to guide you in the right direction
Understanding the mechanism of chronic inflammation as the basis of multiple conditions including cardiovascular diseases (hypertension, atherosclerosis, vasculitis), rheumatoid arthritis, obesity, diabetes mellitus, cancer, autism, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s disease, fibromyalgia, asthma, and systemic lupus erythematosus.
● Review of digestion and absorption of nutrients
● Association between digestion function and integrity and chronic conditions
● Association between drugs, stress, and environmental factors and gastrointestinal function
● Gut microbiome in health and disease
● A review of pathophysiology and nutritional therapies for intestinal permeability, small intestine bacterial overgrowth, dysbiosis, and fungal infection
● How gut dysfunction might lead to inflammatory and chronic diseases
● Nutritional and lifestyle strategies for gastrointestinal health
● The gut-brain connection
● Laboratory testing for patients with gut dysfunction
A comprehensive review of research and clinical studies, as well as treatment protocols for the following topics:
Technology for improving patient care, included topics: sleep hygiene, electromagnetic radiation, healthy posture, anxiety, and cleaner air and water (to reduce exposure to mold, heavy metals, etc.)
A scientific review of genetics, epigenetics, and nutrigenetics
A review of genes associated with inflammation, methylation, nutritional metabolism, cardiovascular, cognitive, and metabolic conditions.
Clinical considerations when using genetic testing and nutritional strategies
The most common interactions between drugs and food, herbs, and supplements, and the significance of the interactions
A review of the impact of herbs on the distribution, metabolism, and excretion of drugs
The most commonly used drugs and their associated nutrient depletion
Clinical resources to find drug-herb interactions and drug-induced nutrient deficiencies
If you are a clinician, you should study in a program that provides you with clinically relevant information that you can use in your clinic. During this training, you will learn…
Nutritional and lifestyle can drive patients towards health or disease. In the second part of the program, you will know how to guide your patients towards health by making simple dietary and lifestyle changes, as well as which herbal or nutritional supplements to take based on clinical evidence.
Once you complete the fundamental training in the program, you will advance your skills and knowledge by learning the specialty modules, including geriatrics, autoimmune diseases, women’s and men’s health, drug-herbs-nutrients interactions, and more.
We will show you the steps to build a virtual or in-person practice so you can work smarter not harder to fill up your schedule and increase your income. This is an important part that is often missing in other programs.
Christian Bogner, MD, FACOG
Natalie Tukpah, Nurse Practitioner
Holistic Whole Health, LLC
Dr. Kristian Antonio Jacobo, MD
Jacobo Wellness (Virtual Practice)
Lowanda B Mullican, RPh
Viera Compounding Pharmacy, Florida