Holistic Fertility & Pediatrics in SE Michigan
Holistic Fertility Support
Trying to conceive can be one of the hardest, most stressful, and (ultimately) most exciting things you can go through. Dr Silver's evidence-based holistic fertility support focuses on improving egg and sperm quality, supporting ovulation, balancing hormones, and helping support implantation and early pregnancy. Naturopathic medicine offers a beautiful complement to conventional infertility treatments such as IUI and IVF, and can also help you conceive naturally at home.
Dr Eli Silver
23650 Woodward Ave, Ste 104
Pleasant Ridge, MI 48069
To schedule your free 15 minute phone consult, please call 248-397-4664.
So what about if your little one is already here? Dr Silver offers both general holistic pediatric care and care for kids with unique needs such as autism, ADHD, OCD, PANS/PANDAS, and Down Syndrome. We believe that every kid is special - some just need a little more support. Natural therapies such as diet, herbs, and specific nutritional testing can make a huge impact on children's behavior and development and help them lead longer, happier lives.
Dr Silver offers functional lab testing for kids including food and environmental allergy testing, heavy metal testing, stool analysis (to look for candida, bad gut bugs vs good, etc), testing for nutrient deficiencies, and organic acid testing. Get the answers that you are looking for and the care that you and your child deserve!
About Dr Silver
Dr Silver is a board certified Naturopathic Doctor (ND). He graduated from National University of Natural Medicine, a nationally accredited 4-year naturopathic medical school in Portland, Oregon. His medical education at NUNM included full time study in basic medical sciences, diagnostic techniques, pathophysiology, herbal medicine, nutrition, and pharmacology, in addition to two years of clinical training as a medical intern. Originally from California, Dr Silver married a Detroit native and came to Michigan in 2014 to be closer to her amazing family and friends.
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