Dr. Andrea Brisson has been in healthcare for over 30 years. As a leader in natural and alternative techniques, her vast knowledge of health, healing & rehabilitation brings an eclectic approach to the unique needs of her patients. She began her career in Physical Therapy, holds a Doctorate in Chiropractic and is a Certified Naturopathic Physician, as well as a Chiropractic Certified Wellness Practitioner. She is specialized in holistic protocols that address pain, injuries, chronic fatigue, digestive issues, hormonal imbalances, food allergies, PMS, menopause, insomnia and depression among others.
Prior to your appointment with Andrea, feel free to download the patient history form and fill it out so that she can better assess your unique, individual needs and tailor a restorative program.
Saturday: 11am - 6pm
Functional medicine offers solutions for patients with chronic illness. It enables patients with chronic health issues to identify the root causes of multiple symptoms and address them directly to achieve optimal wellness. What is the process like for the patient? Getting Started A functional medicine practitioner seeks to understand the patient and create a partnership, so the initial visit centers on talking with the patient to thoroughly understand the situation.…
Too many women suffer like I did from what we can call “triple hormone hell”. It’s a nightmare combination of symptoms that includes chronic fatigue, insomnia and moodiness (particularly depression). I was trying to get through my day with 1-2 hours of sleep at a time and overwhelming fatigue and feelings of despair. I had gained a significant amount of weight and my limbs felt heavy and my breathing constricted.…
We’re all exposed to various toxins every day. The body has self-protection mechanisms for processing and eliminating these toxins. Water soluble toxins enter via the lungs, skin and GI tract and exit via the lungs, skin, GI, and kidneys. Excess water soluble toxins are stored in the joints, blood, tissue and muscle. Many of the toxins that enter the body are fat soluble. The liver has to convert fat soluble…