Wellness is a lifestyle, not an event. It is a commitment to making healthy choices based on the latest scientific research and partnering with your healthcare team at Seasons. Symptoms are the body's clues that your internal chemistry is out of balance. Treating the underlying cause based on the Seasons 5 points of Wellness yields change and a better quality of life.
Hormones--Your hormone balance is unique and will change based on factors such as weight loss, weight gain, stress, and even nutrition. Through proper testing, we can identify your particular imbalance and formulate a plan to balance your hormones.
Nutrition--What you eat is vital to your wellness journey. Seasons offers personalized nutritional counseling to develop a plan for disease management, disease prevention and overall good health.
Exercise--Exercise is an important part of any wellness life style, including weight-loss or weight-maintenance programs. At Seasons, we work to maximize your calorie expenditure, while reducing the damage to your body from excessive exercise.
Inflammation--Inflammation is the greatest obstacle to good health. As the body's immune system goes to work, it signals, through symptoms, that there is a problem.
The source of inflammation is unique to each individual. We utilize symptom evaluation and advanced testing to formulate a treatment plan for each person.
Detoxification--We live in a toxic world which makes detoxification critical to good health. At Seasons, we evaluate your individual ability to detoxify with state-of-the-art testing and treat those areas that are dysfunctional
Seasons of Farragut is a wellness clinic with a refreshingly different approach to health and wellness. At Seasons we believe that wellness is the body's natural state. Giving your body the support it needs is the key to a vibrant and health life.
As Functional Medicine practitioners, we treat the individual by determining biochemical dysfunction at its source. We spend time with our patients, listening and looking at the interactions among genetic, environmental, and lifestyle factors that can in