Struggling with health concerns that conventional treatments aren’t making any better?

Tired of going from doctor to doctor, only to be prescribed even MORE medication?

Frustrated with taking pill after pill to mask your symptoms, without ever getting answers about the root causes of your conditions?

My name is Dawn Lovisa, and as a Registered Nurse and Family Nurse Practitioner for over 20 years, I’ve seen conventional medicine fail people just like you. Doctors are rushed, insurance-approved treatment options are limited, and ultimately you walk out of your quick visit disappointed that the best treatment always seems to be another drug.

As a functional medicine practitioner, I help people like you reclaim your health through a holistic approach — one that
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you as an active participant rather than a passive patient.

Together, we find REAL solutions to restore your health so you can truly start living again.

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Late May Update

Hello, everyone! I hope you've all been having a wonderful May. For the last few years, I've been working short-term, travel, assignments as a Family Nurse Practitioner in rural Montana, while I continue to study functional medicine and nutrition, and begin my...

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Functional Medicine – Part 2

Conventional medicine is frustrating for patients and clinicians. I worked in conventional medicine for a long time and was frustrated with the brief visits and writing prescriptions to mask symptoms without investigating and addressing the underlying causes. Patients...

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Functional Medicine – Part 1

You’re interested in working with a functional medicine clinician, but you’re wondering what it entails. Well, it depends. There are a variety of functional medicine practice methods. Some clinicians work with clients in person; others work virtually. Some clinicians...

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Medicine is Evolving

A few years ago I was working in a walk-in clinic, and a woman, I'll call Sara, came in for concerns regarding vulvodynia (chronic, unexplained pain of the vagina). Vulvodynia was not within the usual scope of practice in the walk-in clinic where we focused mostly on...

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