More and more Nashvillians are embracing a movement dedicated to enhancing their well-being, from making mindful dietary choices to embracing a more active lifestyle. At the MaxWell Clinic in Nashville, our holistic healthcare practitioners are here to empower and guide you on this transformative journey.
In the realm of healthcare, a revolutionary approach is making waves – functional medicine. If you've ever wondered how it works and what sets it apart, you're in for a treat. Let's start with the basics. Functional medicine is all about addressing the underlying causes of health issues, rather than just treating the symptoms. Imagine you have a mysterious leak in your house. Instead of just mopping up the water, you'd want to find the source of the leak and fix it, right? That's the core principle of functional medicine.
Throughout the hallways of MaxWell Clinic, you’ll be captivated by the breathtaking art pieces crafted by Vanessa Sharp Multon, one of our talented employees. Her mesmerizing abstract landscape paintings intricately capture the interplay of light and reflection, embellished with touches of 24 karat gold leaf and thick textures. We are privileged to exhibit such extraordinary talent on the walls of our Brentwood location. If you’re intrigued to own some of her artwork, we welcome you to visit the clinic and appreciate it up close.
You don't have to be a star athlete to get the most advanced regenerative treatment to help resolve your pain and return to an active life. So whether you're an athlete at the elite, college or high school level, lead an active life, or are a weekend warrior, regenerative medicine can help you overcome pain, heal damaged tissue and help you return to the activities you enjoy.
Approaching menopause can be a challenging time. There are so many questions, and sometimes it’s hard to find clear answers. And the role of hormones during menopause can be even more confusing.
Most people think bone loss and osteoporosis are only concerns for older women. But bone loss happens to all of us as we age. The good news is that there’s so much you can do to ward off bone loss before it becomes a bigger problem. You are getting older every day, but you do not have to become frail or disabled.
Did you know that you have as many brain cells as there are stars in the Milky Way galaxy? And that all of these cells form a vast network of connections? It’s really amazing to think about. But what’s even more amazing is that your brain has the ability to form new connections. In essence, this means that your brain can re-learn how it works.
The human body is often compared to an instrument. When you’re healthy, it’s a well-tuned one. And when you’re sick, it needs a little fine-tuning.
At MaxWell Clinic, we focus on your overall body composition, or the percentages of fat and non-fat (like muscle) in your body. To do so, we use a method called bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA) on all our new patients. In this article, we’ll dive into what BIA is and what it can tell us about your health.
We’ve witnessed huge strides in medicine over the last century, from the discovery of antibiotics to the potential for 3-D printed organs. Many once deadly infectious diseases have been eradicated, and life expectancy is higher than ever. But we’re not necessarily healthier.