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Dr. Gabrielle LeCompte
At Integrated Healing Medicine and Wellness Center, Dr. LeCompte specializes in Functional Medicine. Dr. LeCompte is trained in both western conventional medicine and Chinese Medicine and has a unique Integrative medical approach.
More than 70 percent of patients in any general practice suffer from some form of functional disturbances. A functional disturbance occurs when no specific tissue or organ damage can be identified by conventional lab work or other pathological diagnostics, yet the patient continues to experience a multitude of symptoms that can not be explained. Functional Medicine helps detect and identify these energetic and regulatory disturbances. Functional disturbances can be detected early, even from the beginning of a preclinical phase which simply means a person displays symptoms but the cause can not be identified. Disease does not begin with pathology, but with a pre-phase or “prodromal” sign prior to becoming a clinical setting.
Dr. LeCompte primarily focuses on chronic diseases through the use of proper detoxing using medical-grade nutrition, homeopathy, along with supporting and stabilizing mood through neurotransmitter nutrition and supplementation. In addition, Dr. LeCompte works to reduce the overall inflammatory response by modulating and helping regulate the nervous system and immune system including desensitizing allergies, through BioEnergetic technology. Other modalities include Acupuncture, Live Blood Cell Analysis, Homeopathy, antioxidant therapy, nutrition & herbal supplements, along with pain management using Scenar technology, BioResonance harmonizing physiology, and desensitizing allergens (food, airborne or otherwise) and ASYRA Pro technology.
In addition to treating chronic conditions, Dr. LeCompte enjoys practicing “Youth Medicine” to activate one’s youth codons and maintain an integral and balanced immune and endocrine system.
She has been on staff at ACMC/Highland hospital Dept of Medicine, Division of Integrative Medicine (DIM), and currently also the Research Director for the DIM with multiple journal publications. In her spare time, is involved in a community organic garden growing fruits and vegetables and contributes food to the Alameda Food Bank year-round. Also loves yoga and Capoiera martial arts to stay in shape.