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Get Access to Integrative Medicine to Maintain Your Wellness
Maintaining excellent health doesn't have to exclusively involve doctors' visits, medication, and vaccinations.
As Lew Medical is voted the best family doctor in Glendale, you can depend on us to assist you in combining your traditional health regimen with appropriate alternative practices.
Get Our Experienced Physicians' Help to Create an Exercise Regimen
If you need an estrogen or testosterone supplement, exercising on the side can help you reduce the symptoms of menopause and andropause even more. Set up an exercise plan with our doctors today.
A Wide Variety of Options for Treatment
Taking care of your body means more than just taking vitamins and prescribed medication every day. By supplementing your normal medications with healthy food and exercise, you can help yourself maintain a high level of health. Stress-relieving activities, such as yoga or acupuncture, can also help your health. Learn more from our
team of friendly doctors.
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Call us today to learn more about our alternative practices.
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Integrative Nutritionalist & Certified Health Coach
Lisa Weber, Integrative Nutritionist and Certified Health Coach
Lisa Weber, Certified Health Coach, studied at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition (IIN) in New York City under leaders of the nutrition field, such as Dr. Marion Nestle of NYU and Dr. David Katz of Yale University.
As a former manager of curriculum at IIN, she treasures education and currently teaches students at IIN. Lisa works with private clients all over the US, from college students to high-powered attorneys, and enjoys giving nutrition and cooking workshops in NYC and LA.
Lisa holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Utah State University and is certified in Holistic Health Coaching from SUNY Purchase College in NYC and through the AADP. She is currently pursuing a 4-year Oriental medicine graduate program.