Vitamin Injections Clearwater FL

Vitamin Injections Clearwater FL - Root Cause Medical Clinic - 727-335-0400 Root Cause Medical Clinics are unique because doctors work together as a collaborative team who share the same philosophy on health. Your team of clinicians combine the best of Functional Medicine, Nutrition, Dietetics, Physical Therapy and Chiropractic. Your program is designed for you personally to deliver the ideal corrective program that will resolve your unique health problem. Clinics are located for you in Clearwater, Florida for in-person visits and “everywhere” for tele-medicine. Contact us for a free consultation today!

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