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Neuromodulator Injections (e.g., Botox, Dysport, Xeomin)

Neuromodulator injections, such as Botox, Dysport, and Xeomin, are popular nonsurgical treatments designed to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles caused by repeated facial expressions. These injections work by temporarily relaxing the muscles responsible for dynamic wrinkles, such as crow's feet, forehead lines, and frown lines, resulting in smoother, more youthful-looking skin.

Dermal Fillers (e.g., Revanesse, Restylane-L)

Dermal fillers are injectable gels made from hyaluronic acid that are used to restore volume, enhance facial contours, and diminish the signs of aging. Fillers can be used to plump lips, smooth lines and wrinkles, lift cheeks, and rejuvenate other areas on your body, providing natural-looking results with minimal downtime.

Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) Therapy

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy harnesses the healing power of your own blood to stimulate collagen production, improve skin texture, and promote tissue regeneration. PRP is extracted from a small sample of your blood, processed to concentrate platelets and growth factors, and then injected or applied topically to target areas of concern, such as fine lines, acne scars, and hair loss.


Microneedling, also known as collagen induction therapy, is a minimally invasive skin rejuvenation procedure that involves creating controlled micro-injuries to the skin's surface using fine needles. This stimulates the body's natural healing response, triggering collagen and elastin production, and resulting in smoother, firmer, and more radiant skin. Microneedling can improve the appearance of acne scars, enlarged pores, fine lines, and uneven skin tone.

Hormonal Imbalances/ Thyroid Health - Coming Soon

Hormonal imbalances can manifest in various ways and affect both men and women at different stages of life. Whether it's the fluctuations experienced during perimenopause and menopause or issues with male hormones like testosterone, restoring balance is essential for overall well-being. 

At Morning Rose, I  believe in a holistic approach to hormone health. My process begins with a thorough assessment of your symptoms, medical history, and comprehensive hormone testing to identify any imbalances. I take the time to understand your unique needs and develop personalized treatment plans tailored to restore harmony to your hormones.

Bio-Identical Hormone Therapy (BHRT)

Unlike synthetic hormones, bio-identical hormones are derived from natural sources and are structurally identical to the hormones produced by your body. BHRT offers a safer and more effective alternative for hormone replacement, with dosages customized to match your individual needs.

Thyroid Health

The thyroid plays a crucial role in regulating metabolism, energy levels, and overall vitality. Dysfunction in the thyroid gland can lead to a range of symptoms, including fatigue, weight changes, and mood disturbances.  functional medicine approach to thyroid health involves comprehensive testing to assess thyroid function, along with addressing underlying factors such as nutrient deficiencies, inflammation, and stress.

You will need to have an updated pap smear and mammogram prior to starting BHRT. 

Weight Management / Body Composition- Coming Soon

I understand that weight loss is not just about shedding pounds—it's about improving your overall health and well-being. That's why my weight loss program focuses on addressing the underlying factors contributing to weight gain and developing strategies for long-term success. 

Key Components of the Program

Peptide Therapy- Coming Soon

Peptide therapy involves the use of specific peptides—short chains of amino acids—to regulate various physiological processes in the body. These peptides can mimic the function of naturally occurring peptides, hormones, and proteins, influencing a wide range of bodily functions and systems.

How Peptide Therapy Works

Peptides act as signaling molecules within the body, exerting regulatory effects on processes such as hormone production, immune response, inflammation, tissue repair, and cellular communication. By targeting specific receptors and pathways, peptide therapy can help restore balance and promote optimal functioning in various areas of health.

Benefits of Peptide Therapy

Gut Health - Coming Soon

The Role of Gut Health in Functional Medicine

In the realm of functional medicine, we understand that "everything begins in the gut." The gut serves as the foundation of our health, influencing various physiological processes that impact our overall well-being. From digestion and nutrient absorption to immune function and hormonal balance, the health of our gut profoundly influences every aspect of our health.

The Gut-Hormone Connection

Optimal hormonal balance begins in the gut. The gut microbiota, composed of trillions of microorganisms, plays a vital role in metabolizing hormones and regulating their levels in the body. Imbalances in gut health can disrupt hormone production and metabolism, contributing to issues such as insulin resistance, thyroid dysfunction, and imbalances in sex hormones. By fostering a healthy gut environment, we can support hormonal equilibrium and promote overall vitality.

Body Composition and Gut Health

Our body composition is intricately linked to the health of our gut. The composition of the gut microbiota influences metabolism, energy expenditure, and fat storage. Imbalances in gut health have been associated with obesity, insulin resistance, and metabolic syndrome. By nurturing a diverse and balanced gut microbiome through dietary modifications and lifestyle interventions, we can support efforts to achieve and maintain a healthy body composition.

Longevity and Gut Health

The gut microbiota also plays a crucial role in the aging process and longevity. A healthy gut environment helps reduce inflammation, oxidative stress, and age-related decline in physiological function. By promoting gut health through dietary interventions, probiotics, and lifestyle modifications, we can enhance resilience, vitality, and longevity.

Immune Function and Gut Health

The gut is the epicenter of the body's immune system, housing approximately 70% of the body's immune cells. A balanced gut microbiota is essential for regulating immune function, promoting tolerance to beneficial microbes, and mounting appropriate responses to pathogens. Imbalances in gut health have been linked to immune-mediated disorders and chronic inflammation. By nurturing a healthy gut ecosystem, we can strengthen immune defenses and support overall immune health.

Using Specialized Functional Medicine Testing

At Morning Rose, I utilize advanced functional medicine testing to assess gut health and guide personalized treatment strategies. One such tool is the GI Map test, a comprehensive stool analysis that provides detailed insights into the composition of the gut microbiota, levels of beneficial and pathogenic bacteria, markers of inflammation, and digestive function. By leveraging the data obtained from the GI Map test, I can identify underlying imbalances in gut health and tailor targeted interventions to restore balance and promote optimal wellness.