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Episode 14: Featuring Paul Bernitt
Paul Bernitt, DHH discusses the key differences between conventional and integrative medicine, and how to use both to optimize your health.
Most of us are familiar with conventional health care. It is symptom-focused, and it works for the most part. But you are not your symptoms or your disease, and you deserve to live better. On this episode of Healthy You, Paul Bernitt, DHH, explores the differences between conventional medicine and integrative health care.
About Paul Bernitt, DHH, Director of TriVita Clinic of Integrative Medicine
Paul Bernitt is a Board-Certified Doctor of Holistic Health by the American Naturopathic Medical Certification Board. He is also a Master Herbalist, a Holistic Wellness Practitioner, Doctor of Divinity, and has a degree in Mind-Body Transformational Psychology. Additionally, Paul is certified in Clinical Hypnotherapy, Holistic Nutrition, Bioenergetics, and Life Coaching.
Paul’s mission is to end as much needless suffering as possible by helping people discover hope, health, and healing. He has helped thousands of people experience the value of optimal health and wellness so they can live their purpose with greater energy, vitality, and quality of life mentally, physically, spiritually, emotionally, and environmentally.
TriVita Clinic of Integrative Medicine
TriVita Clinic of Integrative Medicine uses the latest conventional and evidence-based complementary medicine to help you achieve optimal health. Your healthcare team will perform physical exams, diagnostic testing and explore your lifestyle habits such as nutrition, activity, stress and sleep to adequately assess your overall health and lifestyle to create a personalized plan to help you achieve optimal health and well-being for your life purpose.