A New Standard for Personalized Medicine
Are you tired of bouncing between physicians and specialists without receiving the personalized care you deserve? A functional medicine approach may be the breakthrough you need for Alzheimer’s treatment, cancer support, and more. LifeSeasons Medical Clinic is the integrative and functional medicine practice in the Dallas-Fort Worth area serving patients who are looking for a more personalized approach to health care.
We believe that information is power, and that’s why we take the time to truly investigate your symptoms and understand your situation before developing a functional medicine treatment plan. Following more intimate appointments during intake and follow-up, we identify the individual symptoms affecting your health. Once we understand the root causes behind your symptoms, we develop an effective treatment plan to help prevent and reverse the disease. Learn more about our integrative medicine approach and the health services we offer to start transforming your health today.
With Our Targeted Assesments
Here at LSMC, we’re focused on a more personalized, evidence-based approach to your health. Our holistic medicine approach seeks to address the root causes of your symptoms instead of ignoring them. In doing so, we work with you to create a healthier future.
With LifeSeasons Medical Clinic, you will have access to two of the most well-known functional medicine practitioners. Endorsed by the internationally recognized Dr. Dale Bredesen and led by our primary physician, Dr. Margaret Apostol, LSMC is the best option for Alzheimer’s treatment, cancer supports services, and more. Our staff is dedicated to understanding you as an individual instead of simply silencing your symptoms. With LSMC, you can expect longer one-on-one consultations and a more personalized approach to your health.
Dr. Margaret Apostol is a respected, board-certified integrative medicine physician.
Dr. Dale Bredesen is an internationally recognized neurologist specializing in Alzheimer’s research and mild cognitive decline.