Dr. Chris Hatlestad, MD, ABFM completed medical school at Southern Illinois University in 1990 and residency at the University of Minnesota in 1993. He accomplished a Masters Degree in Nutritional Science from the University of Illinois prior to his medical training. He offers a broad background in both conventional and alternative medicine; bringing a fresh approach to patients who are discouraged with conventional medicine or desire a holistic perspective to their health care. Dr. Hatlestad specializes in Family Practice, is skilled in bioidentical hormone management, acupuncture, nutritional and botanical therapies, Ayurvedic Medicine, chelation, energy medicine and various injections therapies. He has also been involved in several clinical research studies including the Trial to Assess Chelation Therapy with the National Institute of Health.
Dr. Hatlestad states, ” For me, Integrative Medicine draws on the best aspects of different medical traditions and innovative practices to provide new ways of thinking about Health and Disease. This includes taking advantage of the best of what conventional medicine has to offer. I enjoy helping patients transcend a common understanding of their illness to achieve a new level of responsibility for their health; finding treatment plans that align with their agendas and empowering them a partner toward optimal wellness.”
Cambor Wade, C.N., Ecology and Allergy Specialist Trained in Environmental Ecology, chelation, phlebotomy, and certified in Nutrition, Cambor works under the direct supervision of Dr. Hatlestad and applies her extensive experience in allergy testing, including an advanced form of Provocative Neutralization, to the benefit of the patient. Combined with other therapies provided by Dr. Hatlestad, many patients overcome their allergy related health issues. This clinic has been successful in providing results and hope to many patients when all other efforts have failed. Treatment is available for foods, chemicals, environmental inhalants such as mold, dust, pollen, animal dander, medication excipients that often contain dyes metals and common substances, and other substances.