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Peter’s Story – Graduate of FMFT

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Peter’s Story – Graduate of FMFT

“I swallowed my fears about balancing this program with my current job and family life and found this program to be life-changing!”    -Peter van Twuyver

Like many practitioners who come to Functional Medicine Fast Track, Peter van Twuyver had come up against a wall with his business and was looking for a solution.

He had been a physical therapist since 1995 and owned his practice for ten years. The practice had grown into two busy locations.

While Peter’s insurance-based business had quickly become profitable after opening, it didn’t take long for him to realize the hard truth.

That business model is difficult to scale and often leads to burnout for the practitioner.

He worked so hard in his business that there was no time to work ON it.

After a decade, he found that even with a full patient schedule, he had difficulty making ends meet as the economy changed. This financial concern and concerns about his health led him to search for solutions.

That’s when he discovered functional medicine and FMFT.

Watch Peter’s full story to hear what drew him to functional medicine and FMFT, specifically, how he navigated the FMFT program while juggling work and family and how he plans to make it work for him in the future.

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