"Functional Medicine SF is a personalized medicine practice focused on root cause resolution. We use your story, your history and your data to create the most complete picture of your health. With this information, we can provide a personalized plan for you to follow to achieving optimal wellness."
Functional Medicine SF
Do you feel unwell or feel like something is off? Have you been to your doctor only to be told everything is fine? Do you have a diagnosis, but have only been given things to manage your symptoms? Do you have symptoms that can’t be explained?
Through cutting edge diagnostics and learning about your story, Dr. Daniel and her approach to whole body homeostasis will help you find the missing links so you can get back to optimal health as quickly as possible.
Functional Medicine SF is a personalized medicine practice focused on root cause resolution. We use your story, your history and your data to create the most complete picture of your health. With this information, we can provide a personalized plan for you to follow to achieve optimal wellness
We seek to empower you with the best of evidence-based functional medicine.
We want to identify what is unique about you and provide the guidance and tools to live your most vital life.
"Give your body the building blocks it needs. Remove the barriers; your body will heal itself"
We partner with you to reestablish your wholeness, your wellness and your vitality.
By reducing the negative influences, replacing missing building blocks and implementing sustainable lifestyle changes your body’s self-healing mechanisms will have what they need to help you thrive.
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STEPHANIE DANIEL D.O. , FOUNDER
Long before medical school even started, I knew I was meant to be a physician. After attending college at the University of Virginia, with additional graduate studies in Healthcare Ethics at Rush University in Chicago, a corporate career had me studying medical science and evolutionary biology as part of my job.
This led to a curiosity about the natural state of all things, including people, health and the way in which we live in this world. With that knowledge and authorship on articles about evolutionary medicine, I wrote a book about food and stress still available on Amazon: Low-Stress Food: Eat Your Way to a Low-Stress Life.