Four generations of my family have experienced Pati's healing therapy, including me, my mother, my daughter, and my grandchildren. My daughter has said countless times, “Pati saved my life.”
"Pati is a thoughtful and compassionate listener. After every appointment, I feel confident that she has a complete understanding of my concerns."
As soon as we learned the great news we were expecting, I called Pati for her support. Her guidance, knowledge, and dedication every step of the way has been priceless. We have been blessed with two healthy pregnancies and two beautiful children. Thank you!
I was skeptical about muscle testing when I was first introduced to this procedure by Pati. However, she was able to identify undetected dental issues that were adversely affecting my health.
Pati has helped my son recover fully from sports-related concussions and the emotional issues inherent to these. So glad we found her!
Our bodies have the capacity to heal illness and imbalances when provided with the correct tools.
Pati Thomas, CN, is a certified nutritionist in private practice since 1995. She is a Master Practitioner of Contact Reflex Analysis (CRA) and Applied Clinical Nutrition. She uses this sophisticated system of muscle testing, along with an evaluation of your full medical history, standard labs results, and genetic testing results, to determine a specialized program for your well-being.
Pati sees clients in her Colorado office and at an associate’s office near Boston, as well as offering phone consultations.
With the correct tools – such as nourishing foods, exercise, therapeutic nutritional support, and recommendations for complementary therapies – you, too, can be on the road to a healthy, vibrant life.
Pati works with these conditions (and more):
- thyroid issues, especially sub-clinical hypothyroid, and including Hashimoto and Graves Disease
- hormone balancing
- prenatal and pregnancy nutrition
- family and childcare issues such as fertility, autism, ADD and ADHD
- family nutrition
- digestive problems, including Celiac, IBS, Crohn’s, GERD, constipation, gall bladder and kidneys
- diabetes and hypoglycemia
- chronic fatigue syndrome
- closed head injuries
- chronic pain
- autoimmune disorders
- heart disease, including hypertension and high cholesterol
- dental health