Chronic Disease: Diagnosis and Treatments

She literally saved my life. I spent five months living in severe pain and my doctor basically released me saying there was nothing more to be done. After I came here, it was dramatic and quick—the natural treatment helped so much more. After not being able to eat for five months, within a week I could eat again.
— B.H. Reeds Spring, Missouri. Managing a gastrointestinal disorder.
Health is like dominoes–one thing goes and the rest follows. She’s really great at putting all the puzzle pieces together and figuring things out. She’s a good listener, and her office is always prompt about returning calls. It’s about building trust, and she’s earned mine.
— K.K. Thayer, Missouri. Managing multiple sclerosis and post-aneurysm care.
My mood, my pain level, my stamina, my energy–everything is so much better. Before I couldn’t even make it through a day without a few naps, but now I never nap anymore because I’m awake and alert and I can feel the energy. My eyes are so much better that I’m going to have to get new glasses.
— J.C. Springfield, Missouri. Managing lupus, an inflammatory auto-immune chronic disease causing fatigue, joint pain, and rash, and Sjogren’s, an immune disorder characterized by dry eyes and mouth.
She’s the best doctor I’ve ever had.
— M.W. Forsyth, Missouri. Managing severe Type 2 Diabetes.

Disclaimer: These testimonials do not represent a guarantee of medical improvement, and results may vary depending on the patient.


Dr. Roberts uses a combination approach to chronic disease using lifestyle, nutrition, hormone balancing, and exercise to optimize patients’ health and minimize flares. She treats people with a variety of diseases, ranging from lupus to diabetes to multiple sclerosis. Some patients come to her clinic seeking help for conditions that other physicians have been unable to diagnose or treat; her in-depth approach looking at underlying physiology–including stress hormones, food sensitivity, and hormone balancing–often helps these patients regain function and quality of life. Dr. Roberts did original research at Yale on the metabolic response to stress, so she is well positioned to use biochemistry to help understand and manage disease physiology. Our chronic disease patients generally come seeking a more natural way to manage their conditions, and we have been able to help many of them do so.