The Five Layers of Health

© 2018, Allison Peacock/Lake Travis Integrative Medicine At Lake Travis Integrative Medicine we realize that we are all dynamic, creative beings with a wide variety of histories, genetics, exposures, and lifestyles. This requires a non-linear, individualized approach to healing, as well as a balance between the advances of Western medicine and a completely Holistic mindset. [...]

The Active Austin Podcast with Dr. Jarod Carter

Doctor Julie was recently a guest on The Active Austin Podcast  with Dr. Jarod Carter of  Carter Physiotherapy. The podcast brings together Austin-based fitness and health care professionals for interviews about the latest trends and information to help Austinites improve their health, fitness, and wellbeing. Her interview covered the gamut from her educational background to insights into Doctor [...]

The ABC’s of SNP’s: The basics of using genetic information in my practice

You may or may not have heard about how genetic information can be used as a guide to improve and maintain your health.  Likely you’ve heard of testing for the BRCA gene that predisposes breast cancer, or newborn testing for inborn errors of metabolism. The potential for using genetic data for managing your health goes [...]

A few of my favorite medical things this year: Telomeres, the microbiome, and neuroplasticity

As this year comes to an end, I am reflecting upon many aspects of 2013.  One of them is the information I have been reading about and how it has shaped and reinforced my integrative medical approach. As I look back on my twitter feed, it shows some of what intrigued me and information I [...]

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