What is Functional Medicine?

Functional Medicine involves understanding the origins, prevention and treatment of complex, chronic disease.  Hallmarks of Functional Medicine include:

  • Patient-centered care

  • An integrative, science-based healthcare approach

  • Integrating best medical practices

Learn more here.


How is Functional Medicine different from traditional medicine?

Traditional medicine is oriented toward acute care.  Even most primary physicians are not adequately trained to assess the underlying causes of complex, chronic disease and to apply strategies such as nutrition, diet, and exercise to both treat and prevent these illnesses in their patients.

By shifting the traditional disease-centered focus of medical practice to a more patient-centered approach, Functional Medicine addresses the who person, not just an isolated set of symptoms.  Functional Medicine Practitioners spend time with their patients, listening to their histories and looking at the interaction among genetic, environmental, and lifestyle factors that can influence long-term health and complex, chronic disease.  In this way Functional Medicine supports the unique expressions of health and vitality for each individual.


What is a Health Coach?

Health coaches support clients as they make positive healthy lifestyle changes. More specifically, the health coach supports and guides you while you discover how to accomplish your goals through small meaningful steps.

Functional Medicine health coaches are trained in the resources utilized by your provider and have the coaching skills to support the implementation of the recommended healthy lifestyle goals. The healthy lifestyle goals include: sleep and relaxation, nutrition as recommended by a functional health care provider, movement and exercise, stress and relationships as it influences health.

Health coaches provide encouragement, support and accountability throughout the process of making changes as you create the healthy life you desire.

Learn more about our Health Coach, Lauren Altieri.


Dr. Gosselin does not accept health insurance and does not assist in the resolution of insurance claims. However, upon request, you will be provided with a receipt, complete with medical codes, when appropriate, which you can submit to your insurance carrier.

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The following cancellation/rescheduling policy was created in order to protect the large blocks of valuable time that Dr. Gosselin allows for every client visit and to be fair to those people on the waiting list who would like an appointment. 

For this reason, we request that if you must cancel or reschedule your appointments with Dr. Gosselin you provide us a minimum of 3 business day’s notice.  Failure to do so will result in a Late Cancellation Fee of $50.

What if I need to cancel an appointment?


What's Dr. Gosselin's fee structure?

New Client appointment fees depend on the program of care.  For more information visit the 'What to Expect' page. Ongoing session lengths will be determined with Dr. Gosselin.

  • 15 minute sessions are $45

  • 30 minute sessions are $90

  • 45 minute sessions are $135

  • 60 minute sessions are $180

  • 90 minute sessions are $270

Supporting Services:

  • In-office BIA assessment: initial $50 / subsequent $25

  • Health Coach fees: $80/50 minute session or 6-session package for $450

Independent lab testing and supplement purchases are not included in these office visit fees.