Hi, Dr. Jill just wanted to say how impressed I am with your work. I recently heard your podcast with the arthritis summit. I am currently a corporate chef, while in transition to become a personal trainer, but plan to use functional medicine in my with my clients. As a former bodybuilder, the function of the body has always been my passions. It’s so nice to see real nutrition in today’s society. Most of the mainstream trends, which too many folks read, give the wrong criteria. Keep up the good work! Thanks for all of the great free info you offer,
Dr. Jill is Your Functional Medicine Expert! She uses functional medicine help you find answers to the cause of your illness and the nutritional and biochemical imbalances that may be making you feel ill. Functional medicine is personalized medicine that deals with root cause of disease instead of just treating symptoms.
Dr. Jill will search for underlying triggers that are contributing to your illness through cutting edge lab testing and tailor the intervention to your specific needs as an individual.
Dr. Jill may use diet, supplements, lifestyle changes or medication to treat your illness but will seek the most gentle way to help your body restore balance along with the least invasive treatment possible.
She seeks to promote wellness and create hope, health and healing by working with you! Dr. Carnahan moved to Boulder Colorado in 2010 joining medical partner, Dr. Robert Rountree.
Dr. Jill recently opened her own practice, Flatiron Functional Medicine in Louisville, CO, to offer more services. She is accepting new patients by referral only.
Dr. Carnahan is board certified in both Family Medicine (2006) and Integrative Holistic Medicine (2005). She founded the Methodist Center for Integrative Medicine in 2009 and worked there as Integrative Medical Director until October 2010.
She completed her residency at the University of Illinois Program in Family Medicine at Methodist Medical Center and received her medical degree from Loyola University Stritch School of Medicine in Chicago. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Bio-Engineering at the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana.