FUNCTIONAL MEDICINE PACKAGE
COMPREHENSIVE MEDICAL AND CULINARY NUTRITION GUIDANCE WITH
DR. BRONWYN FITZ AND MARTI WOLFSON
Introducing Functional Medicine Package. This is meant to be a “deep dive” into your current state of health and identify root cause of what is causing current symptoms or simply optimize health and your ability to thrive in the future. The package includes:
Three visits with Dr. Fitz: a 2-hour initial visit, 1-hour follow up visit to review labs and initial interventions, and a 45-minute follow up at three months to re-evaluate health status and implement long term plan.
Three visits with Marti Wolfson, nutritionist and health-supportive chef : a one hour initial visit and two 45-minute follow up appointments. Sessions include goals assessment, nutrition and cooking education, practical strategies for implementing specific meal plans while working with Dr. Fitz, personalized long-term food plans
Please call 203-900-4194 or visit her website to book your package.
"My vision: Listen to each patient. Know her story. Understand
her goals. Be her guide to optimal wellness".
Dr. Fitz is double board certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology and Integrative Medicine. In her practice she melds traditional medicine with non-Western approaches, nutrition,botanicals, mind/body therapies, lifestyle interventions, bioidentical hormones and functional medicine to help women address their health concerns. She specializes in women’s health including preconception care, irregular/painful periods, PMS and PMDD, vaginitis, HPV, cancer risk reduction, fibroids, endometriosis, PCOS, peri-menopause, menopause, thyroid disease, adrenal dysfunction, weight loss, irritablebowel, small intestinal bacterial over growth, food sensitivities, insomnia, anxiety, and depression.
Bronwyn pursued her medical degree at Northwestern University, graduating in 1999. She completed a residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Maryland in 2003. After working for more than a decade in traditional gynecological practices, she became interested in finding a way to incorporate more holistic approaches with patients. Her interest in mindfulness and meditation lead her to pursue a two-year fellowship at the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine, under the leadership of world renowned Integrative physician, Dr. Andrew Weil. During that time she also began studying Functional Medicine and subsequently worked at the Blum Center for Health in Rye Brook, NY under the mentorship of nationally recognized Functional Medicine expert, Dr. Susan Blum.
“What I love about medicine is getting to know my patient: her history, her
values, her goals. Once I have that understanding, we work together to
determine the cause of her problem and map out a plan to achieve optimal