Immunomodulation, Mind Body Medicine, Body Detox, Diet, Sleep Hygiene

Immunomodulation, Mind Body Medicine,

Body Detox, Diet, Sleep Hygiene

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About this course

This course is designed for any healthcare provider that is interested in either starting a Functional Medicine practice or interested in integrating Functional Medicine applications into their existing Interventional Procedure Practice.

The course covers the latest technologies and concepts in Functional Medicine as it pertains to health and wellness in an outpatient setting.

Chiropractic & Alternative Services Doctor of Chiropractic

Dr. Clark is a 2004 Palmer of Chiropractic graduate. In 1997 she graduated from Stetson University where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Sports and Exercise Science with a concentration in movement therapy, and a minor in Psychology. While at Stetson University, she studied the effects of cellular health in relationship to the time of day.  This was the beginning of her journey in determining the most effective approaches to healing the body and mind through cellular regeneration.

Dr, Clark graduated from Boston School of Herbal Studies in 2010 and made the conscious decision to develop Back to Life, LLC, in order to provide individuals a comprehensive wellness program that supports healing at the systemic level rather than just addressing symptoms of diseases.  Dr. Clark has been helping patients who have rare diseases or conditions that have been difficult for other providers to figure out.She attributes her success with such patients to her passion for biochemistry and her commitment to healing through the nervous system.

Stephanie Clark, D.C.

Founder, Back To Life, LLC Chiropractic & Alternative Services

Topic(s) of Interest

Functional Medicine

Functional Medicine is a systems biology–based approach that focuses on identifying and addressing the root cause of disease. Each symptom or differential diagnosis may be one of many contributing to an individual’s illness.


Lauren Huffman

There were no actual interventions presented. Disappointed for the money spent.