It’s the ordinary things we do on a daily basis that have an extraordinary healing effect. 

Frank Lipman MD

Frank Lipman MD

I believe that we all have the ability to live a healthy and vital life. As a leader in Functional Medicine, I practice what I call Good Medicine; an appropriate blend of cutting-edge, modern medicine with age-old healing techniques from the East so that together we can create your own personal health care plan. My method is simple – remove what is harmful and add what is beneficial. This integrative approach takes into account your physical, mental, emotional, spiritual and social wellbeing.

For almost 40 years, I have guided and helped thousands of patients feel healthier, look great, and increase energy and resiliency to better deal with life’s stresses. Passionate about helping others, my mission is to provide trusted guidance and information to make Good Medicine more accessible and attainable to all.

Featured Articles

Grow Your Gratitude

Grow Your Gratitude

You know the drill: ruminating on ’how bad things are,’ competing with others or striving for what you don’t have. It’s all too easy to set yourself on a very dissatisfied course. How to get off the not-so-merry-go-round? Learn the art of gratitude! Think of gratitude as a skill that you can, and should, brush up on.
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8 Ways to Stress Less This Holiday Season

8 Ways to Stress Less This Holiday Season

The holidays are upon us, and though few of us can skip the month of December altogether, there are ways to better manage this stressful season while preserving your health and sanity. Here are a few tips to help keep body and soul on an even keel for the next few weeks and well into the New Year.
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Foods and Spices to Boost Your Immunity This Winter

Foods and Spices to Boost Your Immunity This Winter

We as a culture have become used to popping antibiotics with the first signs of a cold, especially during the winter. Instead of popping pills, incorporate some of these foods into your diet. Minimize the need for antibiotics by lacing your diet with foods that naturally have antibiotic properties.
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Podcast: Tune Into Wellness

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Marcelle Pick – Nurse, Functional Medicine Practitioner, Author, and More

Dr. Frank Lipman chats with one of his oldest friends, Marcelle Pick, who he met 30 years ago while interviewing her as the co-founder of Women to Women Health Care Center. He was instantly impressed by her warmth and knowledge as a practitioner at the forefront of functional medicine. She was among the first to be certified as a Functional Medicine Practitioner and is now an educator with The Institute of Functional Medicine. She is passionate about transforming the way women experience healthcare through an integrative approach. They chat about her current passion for weight loss and how stress and stories from early years can affect our health.

Recent Articles

Words from the Wise: Choosing Optimism for 2020

Words from the Wise: Choosing Optimism for 2020

Continually voicing your difficulties can push you – and others – down a rabbit hole of negativity, ironically leading to increased disconnection from others, a poorer outlook on life, and even compromised health. Optimism has the opposite effect, according to numerous studies, positively impacting both mind and body.
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5 Ways to Slow Down

5 Ways to Slow Down

1. Take the Long View When you feel yourself reacting to some external stimuli with an impulse to speed up, push pause. “During this brief time-out, imagine yourself looking back on this ‘crisis’ a year from now,” says Honoré, “and notice how insignificant it will...

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Health Coach Tip – Eat Your Veggies

Health Coach Tip – Eat Your Veggies

The holidays can throw us off our healthy diet path. One thing that most of us need to do, holidays or not, is eat more vegetables. So let’s find some easy ways to get more servings of vegetables into our day.
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Boost Your Mitochondria – So You Can Do More and Age Less

Boost Your Mitochondria – So You Can Do More and Age Less

Because mitochondria power the biochemical reactions in most of your cells, when you don’t care for them, your body just isn’t going to work very well. If you’ve noticed that your energy isn’t what it used to be, or maybe you’re struggling more frequently with brain fog, that’s a clear signal to pay your mitochondria more attention.
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The ultimate easy-to-use, go-to manual for lifelong vitality. In it you’ll find the Good Medicine Mandala made up of 6 rings that represent the foundational pillars of long lasting health:

EAT: master the very building blocks of life—food

SLEEP: reprioritize and restore one of your most fundamental needs

MOVE: ensure the body moves in all the ways that nature intended it to

PROTECT: mitigate and prevent the invisible assaults of everyday toxins

UNWIND: consciously switch off for complete mental and physiological reprieve

CONNECT: awaken and enhance a sense of belonging and meaning

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