Functional Medicine Case Study: Meet Murray - FMFT

Functional Medicine Case Study: Meet Murray

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Is traditional medicine sucking the life out of you? Do you wish there was another way?

What if there was a new way that separated you from the rest and gave you opportunities like never before?

Could you charge double or even triple if you were the only one who knew how to solve difficult problems with minimal fuss?

Here’s a great example of Functional Medicine at work. A Functional Medicine case study. Murray had been on crutches for a year… been to 6 different practitioners including therapists, specialists, and a sports medicine physician… all had diagnosed him with severe double achilles tendonitis and attempted various strategies.

It wasn’t until we used Functional Medicine and looked at the overall picture that it became a classic example of metabolic syndrome.

In this video, I’m discussing:

If you’re ready to become the Go-To person, resolving difficult cases like Murray’s that no other practitioners can, I highly recommend this Functional Medicine Fast Track video!

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