Internal and Integrative Medicine
Bridging the gap between physicians and patients by developing a better approach to preventative care and medical treatment. Working with individuals and groups, I help patients take a more predominate role in their health by providing individualized planning, nutrition education and behavior modification counseling. By assessing patients current lifestyle behavior choices I am able to work with them on developing healthier habits to reach their health goals. Improving patient satisfaction and medical practice outcomes.
A collaborative, physician-led, patient-centered medical model provides optimal outcomes. Health coaching can be covered by insurance, please contact me to discuss how to better serve your patients.
Heart Disease Reversal
Advanced Cardiac Analysis
Nutrition evaluation, nutrient analysis, supplement recommendations, recipes and resources, health condition management (diabetes, heart disease, cancer, PCOS), developing a healthy relationship with food, intuitive eating counseling.
Dr. Elizabeth Swenor, DO has been practicing medicine for over 18 years. She is an authority on nutrition, Lifestyle, and Functional Medicine, weight management, prevention of chronic disease, and patient-centered care. She is board certified in Family Medicine and a certified specialist in Functional, Regenerative, Metabolic, and Lifestyle Medicine and Aesthetic Medicine. She also is credentialed in Medical Nutrition and a certified Health Coach. Dr. Swenor leads the Functional and Lifestyle Medicine Department at Henry Ford Hospital System. Her practice focuses on educating patients on the importance of whole food plant-based nutrition, and individualized patient care using evidence-based Lifestyle and Functional Medicine practices. Her vision is to have all of her patients empowered to manage a healthy lifestyle and achieve optimal wellness. Formerly, Dr. Swenor was the founder and chief medical officer of a family medicine practice that focused on Functional and Lifestyle Medicine, nutrition and weight management, and chronic disease management. Prior to medicine, Dr. Swenor was a school teacher and earned a Master’s Degree in Educational Administration. She was noted for creating a comprehensive elementary science program for rural and underserved students. Dr. Swenor attended Albion College and Michigan State University. She earned her medical degree from Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine. She completed her residency in Family Medicine in Pittsburgh, PA. Dr. Swenor is a member of the Plant-Based Nutrition Support Group (PBNSG). She also participates in PBNSG’s physician educational program, Doctors Teaching Doctors. Dr. Swenor has been a guest lecturer speaking on Functional, Lifestyle, and Preventive Medicine and Whole Food Plant-Based Nutrition at numerous private and public companies, specialty organizations, and healthcare institutions.
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1:1 coaching for transitioning to a vegan lifestyle, meal prep and batch cooking tutorials, grocery store tours, customized physical training programs
Diabetes and pre-diabetes treatment and prevention, chronic and acute disease management, individualized counseling
Coaching in person locally (Washtenaw County) or via Skype. Weigh loss, meal planning, cooking instruction.
Plant-based nutrition and counseling. Direct Primary Care
Plant-based nutrition counseling