“Like all my friends in menopause, I want a doctor who really listens and is at ease with difficult, extremely personal conversations. I’d prefer an expert in both traditional and natural medicine who can help get me back to the people and activities I love.”
How Dr. Miller's Practice Goes Beyond Traditional Approaches
“When Dr. Miller senses you may have more concerns after your exam, he pauses so you can have an opportunity to raise your questions. … I don’t get the feeling like I have with some doctors that he’s in a rush to move on to the next exam room. He makes you feel that what you have to say is worth hearing and is knowledgeable about natural solutions.”
Rather than treat a set of isolated symptoms, Dr. Miller practices Functional Medicine – searching for the underlying causes of your condition, not just treating your symptoms. Getting answers to the bigger questions takes more time and Dr. Miller believes that’s what it takes to build a comprehensive, holistic picture of your health issues.
With more information to draw upon, coupled with Dr. Miller’s deep expertise in natural medicine, he is much better equipped to identify the true underlying causes of your menopausal symptoms.
“It’s not about sending you home with yet another prescription without looking further to the root of your condition.”
More On What to Expect
The good news is that, when the right causes are identified, most conditions can be treated successfully. Functional Medicine treatments may include:
- Botanical medicines
- Drug combinations
- Nutritional supplements
- Therapeutic diets
- Detoxification programs
- Physical activity
- Stress management techniques
- Toxic exposure management
Together with Dr. Miller, you will weigh the pros and cons of each approach and decide the best strategy. You will always be an active partner in the design of your own treatment plan.
“So much has changed since experienced doctors went to medical school. By going beyond the dogma we learned, I’m finding better, more natural treatments for my patients who are suffering from vaginal dryness and hormone imbalance.”