Dr. Matt French, DC
As the clinic director of Holistic Health Solutions, he specializes in Functional Medicine which corrects health problems at the root level by addressing lifestyle, diet, exercise, body bio mechanics, biochemistry, hormone balancing and nutritional therapy. He utilizes Gonstead chiropractic for relieving pain and stress.
Dr. French has been practicing Gonstead chiropractic care since 1998. He decided to become a chiropractor after a severe head and neck injury when he was a college student in Rochester, MN. You can read his story here.
He and his wife Megan have 2 daughters and they are avid cyclists and he plays drums in the worship band at First Christian Church of Phoenix.
Dr. Jensen is a primary care physician specializing in natural therapies. He uses an integrative approach including homeopathy, botanicals, bioidentical hormone therapy, physical medicine and lifestyle and nutrition to address acute and chronic health concerns. He also specializes in thyroid disorders.
For 21 years, Judy has been a certified nutritionist. 10 of those were spent with Dr. Joseph Mercola in Chicago. She reviews ALCAT food sensitivity and Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) test results, creates rotation diet plans. Using the First Line Therapy Program, she coaches patients in the Whole Life 180 weight-loss program in customized meal plans, nutritional supplements and lifestyle modifications (stress management, exercise, etc.).
The goal is for the patient to achieve optimal health and well being.
She’s been living in Phoenix for 4 years and she loves hiking and frequently hikes Tom Thumb and Pinnacle Peak.
Teri Undreiner, Massage Therapist and Yoga Instructor
Teri has been serving the Phoenix area and beyond for nearly 18 years in Massage, 5 years in Yoga, 45 years in Music making, and now I’m adding my unique approach to Life Coaching through a body/mind connection.
“My motto in life is to RELAX no matter what circumstances you find yourself in, if you just BREATHE, gain perspective as quickly as you can, you will see the purpose for all things.”