honest. practical. individualized.
I've seen the changes in my own life, and now I want everyone to have the opportunity to experience the power of integrative medicine. I started a nonprofit clinic because I know that those who need preventive and holistic services are the ones who never get a chance to receive it.
My federally-recognized 501(c)(3) nonprofit clinic allows me to provide life-changing services to first responders/veterans (and their families), those with low income, mental health conditions, learning and behavioral disorders, autism, ADHD, genetic conditions like Down's Syndrome, and endocrine/autoimmune disease.
Affordable visit prices.
Simple HIPAA-compliant video and email options.
Direct to consumer lab testing at up to 90% discount.
Medical-grade supplements shipped right to you at a 35% off retail.
You’re worth it.
Just because your life experience and biochemistry are unique, doesn't mean you can't build community around your own health practice. It's my passion to bring care back to health care, and part of that process is allowing people with similar challenges to connect.
You want to make sure we are the right fit, and so do I. The best medicine is always the kind that allows you to speak honestly and openly about strengths and weaknesses, troubles and triumphs. Let's get in touch.
I get it. I'm an information and resource sponge too. Social media is where I share the most effective evidence-based approaches, my favorite recipes, and helpful clinical experience with the masses.
Community Resources, from the Community
At each Meetup, resources shared between group attendees are recorded by Dr. Glynn in order to encourage connection and link families and individuals together. Click the link below to download the Resource List from the monthly Parent/Caregiver ASD/ADHD/Anxiety/Depression Meetup.
We explore options openly. We decide on a realistic and achievable path. And we stick together through the ups and downs.
What is patient-centered care? It's medicine where the patient is finally recognized as the authority on his or her own life. No two people are alike, so truly individualized medicine is necessary.
Get a realistic view of how what you eat may be affecting your physical and mental health.
Find a new way of approaching chronic issues and conditions, by having someone listen to your whole story.
HIPPA-Compliant Telemedicine Visits
An easy option for busy schedules, caregiver consults, and avoiding the Seattle commute.
Take a deeper look into roadblocks to health with biofeedback, mindfulness-based stress reduction, and learning how emotions and stress affect your physiology.
Functional Medicine Labs
Your biochemistry is important, but it's not the only part of you. Experience interpretation of lab results in the context of your whole symptom picture.