Nancy Feiwel, MD, provides holistic health care services for adults in and around West Palm Beach, Florida, at her highly regarded self-named practice. Dr. Feiwel specializes in food sensitivity diagnosis and management to optimize wellness and address underlying health issues that stem from chronic inflammation.
Dr. Feiwel offers food sensitivity and chemical sensitivity testing services in the medical office to learn more about a person’s health needs. These highly sensitive blood tests accurately pinpoint foods that trigger an inflammatory response in the body. Using the results of the blood test, Dr. Feiwel customizes an eating plan to reduce and prevent inflammation without medication.
Unlike most physicians, Dr. Feiwel uses food as medicine to address the underlying cause of gastrointestinal dysfunction, such as ulcerative colitis, and symptoms like gas, bloating, and acid reflux. She aims to improve an individual’s physical, mental, and emotional health through holistic strategies that focus on nutrition and lifestyle changes.
Personalized care plans typically feature three-month partnerships using food to heal. Dr. Feiwel incorporates existing health, medical histories, and personal dietary preferences to create sustainable, personalized diet plans. She also provides ongoing guidance to help people set and achieve their wellness goals and lower their risk for chronic disease.
Because chronic inflammation can be the cause of weight imbalances, dietary interventions that address food sensitivities in conjunction with nutrition counseling and other holistic therapies support healthy, safe weight loss.
Nancy Feiwel, MD, also offers informative resources for corporate events. Dr. Feiwel has extensive experience as a corporate wellness and conference speaker. Her thought-provoking presentations on lifestyle medicine and preventive health care inspire people to take back control of their health.
Call the office of Nancy Feiwel, MD, in West Palm Beach, Florida, to schedule a consultation or book an appointment online today.