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625 Ayrault Rd.

Fairport, NY 14450 US

585-598-3535

Nutrition

Dr.’s Phil & Paula Derleth had extensive Clinical Nutrition training in Chiropractic School at New York Chiropractic College. Dr. Paula helps children and adults alike. Care plans include an integration of Chiropractic care, clinical nutrition, and movement-based exercise. They will often use various lab tests to screen for nutritional deficiencies or food reactions. Bring your most up to date blood work for analysis. If you do not have any, the Doctors will send you for a comprehensive panel of tests to perform a functional assessment of health.  

Conditions that are often supported with Clinical Nutrition include:
•Infertility & Pre-Conception Preparation
•Infantile Colic and Constipation/Diarrhea
•Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), AD/HD, and Other NeuroDevelopmental Concerns
•Well Child Support
•Blood Sugar Dysregulation & Diabetes
•GERD/Reflux issues
•Achievement and maintenance of healthy body weight
•Fatigue & Stress
•Headaches & Migraines
•Constipation & Diarrhea
•Gastrointestinal (gut) Dysfunction & Reflux 
•Hormonal Changes & Imbalances
•Skin Conditions
 
To book an appointment with Dr. Phil or Dr. Paula, contact the office.
 
If you want to learn more, this paper from the Institute of Functional Medicine does a beautiful job of explain this approach or watch this video on Functional Medicine presented by Dr Mark Hyman MD.

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  • "Dr. Phil is a gentle, kind, and astute practitioner. He is friendly, always runs on time, and I'm thankful for giving chiropractic care a try. Staff is always pleasant, the office is clean, relaxing, and inviting. Highly recommend!"
    Erin S. / Fairport, NY

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