Do you have a Chronic Health Condition?

A Chronic Health Condition is defined as having a condition lasting for 1 year or longer...

Examples include:

  • Ongoing Digestive Issues
  • Autoimmune Condition
  • Ongoing Pain and Inflammation
  • Struggle to Lose Weight, Overweight or Diagnosed Obesity
  • A diagnosed health condition such as heart disease or diabetes
  • Ongoing fatigue and exhaustion
  • You haven't felt well since a particular illness, injury or stressor


-You’re not stuck with the health you have!-

Build a foundation for lifelong health with a specialized lifestyle medicine program. 

5 Pillars of Health






—the picture of health we move toward with treatment --

--feeling better is not out of reach! —

  • You fall asleep easily, stay asleep all night, and wake up feeling refreshed.
  • You have sustained energy throughout the day.
  • You have a healthy digestion and eat a variety of foods with no reactions.
  • You feel good and empowered to have a fun and active lifestyle.
  • You look forward to the future, knowing that you will be able to enjoy life.
  • You experience no chronic pain or discomforts.
  • Your urination is normal, you don’t get up at night to urinate, and you have one healthy bowel movement daily.
  • Your emotions are appropriate to your situations and fluctuate accordingly.
  • If you are a woman, you have regular menstrual cycles, and you generally transition through life changes (such as pregnancy, postpartum and menopause) with ease.

Stop guessing about what you can do to feel better.  Move toward better health with expert support and guidance.

Dr. Briggs has treated thousands of patients, who’ve suffered from autoimmune disorders, post-surgery healing, endocrine issues, hormonal imbalances, back and neck pain, gastrointestinal disorders, allergies, stress, infertility, painful menstruation, emotional disorders, and just a general feeling of being run-down by life.

  1.  Identify the patterns in your body’s imbalances that are causing your chronic health issues.
  2.  Get a clear understanding and a step-by-step plan to put your body back on the path toward restored health.