Conventional medicine often sees you as a collection of body parts, each assigned to a different specialist, who often are not communicating. No wonder care can be fragmented and superficial. Using Functional Medicine as our base, we look at imbalances in the body’s systems and how they are communicating with each other. This allows us to correct the situation at the root cause level.
Dr Warner is also a trained herbalist, and uses this background in a way unique among functional medicine practitioners. Her training encompassed some diagnostic techniques familiar to Traditional Chinese Medicine, and she is capable of formulating an herbal medicine blend unique to your situation, if need be.
We use the best of diagnostic tools from the conventional medicine world as well as the newest testing from the functional medicine world. We come up with detailed plans to move forward, then work closely with you to make that plan fit into your lifestyle. We use our brains, our hearts and our energy to help you find your path back to health.
Alopecia / Hair Loss
Allergies, environmental and food
Birth Control Counseling, Options
Cancer Treatment Support
Depression and Anxiety
Digestive Disorders (GERD, IBS, leaky gut)
Hashimoto’s / Grave’s Disease
Healthy Weight, Metabolism
Heavy Metal Toxicity
Hormone Balance (women and men)
Interstitial Cystitis / Painful Bladder Syndrome
Memory Issues, Cognitive Health
Menopause/ Perimenopause Symptoms
Metabolic Syndrome / Insulin Resistance/ Pre-Diabetes
Migraines and Headaches
Osteoporosis / Osteopenia
Painful Periods / Endometriosis
Pelvic Floor Dysfunction
Latest Blog News
Since Dr Warner is a trained herbalist, botanical medicine is a big part of her world. It’s also important to her that herbs become a daily part of your life as well. Read more here about MIB’s “Food Is Medicine” Pantry.
We understand that to balance hormones, you need to think outside the box—it’s not just your ovaries!
Eating well is foundational to our health. You simply can’t take enough supplements to overcome an unhealthy diet. There’s so much to say! Click here for an article from our archives about the importance of eating dark green leafy veggies.
My Time in Medical School
In this interview for the project “Integrative Wisdom”, Dr Warner talks about her life path and shares advice for anyone else considering a life of service in the health professions
What our clients are saying…
I came to see Dr. Warner at her Integrative Medicine Practice, “Medicine in Balance”, several years ago when I began to feel out of balance during menopause. Her caring approach and guidance put me at ease and helped me start a journey of self-care that continues today. During each visit a treatment plan was reviewed and updated, addressing my physical, mental, emotional, spiritual and social needs. Along with Dr. Warner’s researched interventions I have also benefited from services that are offered at the practice including working with a health coach, stress reduction counselor, osteopathic physician, and shamanic practitioner. The team of practitioners and office staff are incredibly helpful, kind and supportive.
The most important aspect of health care that I find at Medicine in Balance is the opportunity to have options to care for my health that is individualized and supports well being through strengthening my core.
You’ll notice all the nature shots and photos of medicine plants; this area means a lot to me, as it’s the home of trainings that I did with Lisa Weikel, and the site where my mesa was created. The energy of the area is lovely and it feels like home.