healing ways BLOOD by Linda Sechrist

CHEMISTRY A New Roadmap to Better Health

Be Well in Mind, Body and Spirit with Integrative and Primary Care

Grewal Center for Mind Body Medicine is an integrative and healing- oriented primary care practice. Dr. Kiran Grewal believes there is no separation between mind, body and spirit, and that philosophy guides her practice. Her goal is to cultivate an empathetic and respectful partnership with you so that you will benefi t from:

• A unique combination of conventional and integrative medicine • An applied emphasis on non-invasive treatments (whenever possible) • A focus on life-style interventions and the root causes of your chronic conditions

Dr. Grewal is a Board Certifi ed Family Medicine physician and Integrative Functional Medicine doctor. She has been practicing medicine since 2009.

Call today to begin your journey to better health and a brighter future.

Kiran Grewal, MD Preston Professional Plaza

1003 High House Road, Cary, NC 919-234-7169 34 NA Triangle


ood detectives trained in the art of investigation know not only how to look for, collect and

interpret evidence, but also how to use the tools that can help them solve a mystery. With the right tool, such as a comprehen- sive functional blood chemistry analysis, an experienced practitioner trained in systems biology examines the body’s met- abolic blueprint, unravelling the enigma of declining health hijacked by chronic disease. Holistic health practitioners like

Kristin Grayce McGary, of Boulder, Col- orado, use these skills to provide clients with sound recommendations, screen for health issues and monitor changes as needed. “Tis kind of sleuthing is what sets us apart,” says McGary. Kiran Grewal, MD. at the Grewal

Center for Mind Body Medicine in Cary, NC, says: “Advance lab testing can oſten detect issues as long as a decade earlier than a diagnosis can be established. Tese subtle signs, along with a physical examination, could potentially push you in the direction

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