Austin Integrative Medicine and Total Wellness
Wiseman Family Practice is an Austin integrative medical practice, offering our patients the best of both conventional and alternative approaches to wellness. Dedicated to treating the whole person and understanding the root cause of medical issues, Wiseman Family Practice offers primary and preventive care, including bioidentical hormone therapy, hypothyroidism treatment, weight loss therapy, allergy treatment, and medical nutrition. Contact us today for an appointment.
Latest News From The Clinic
Dr. Jeremy Wiseman of Wiseman Family Practice Speaks Out Against Water Fluoridation at Austin City Council 8/7/14
Dr. Jeremy Wiseman of Wiseman Family Practice Speaks Out Against Water Fluoridation at Austin City Council 8/7/14 Published on Aug 20, 2014
Raw Milk with Wiseman Family Practice Wiseman Family Practice visits a raw milk dairy farm in Schulenberg, Tx. Dr. Jeremy Wiseman tours Stryk Jersey Farm and learns the benefits of raw milk. See what raw milk is all about and learn some tips on buying better pasteurized milk at your local health food store!
Listen to Wiseman Family Practice’s Dr. Jeremy Wiseman, as he co-hosts “Healthy Choices” and talks about good vs bad bacteria, Dr Oz and weight loss supplements, vitamin D deficiency and lack of sunlight, methylation, and more. Featured guest: Dr. Andre Kulisz, PhD of NuMedica on methylation and immunology. Click on podcast below if you missed [...]
View photos from the latest Wiseman Family Practice video “Raw Milk”, where Dr. Jeremy Wiseman visits Stryk Jersey Farm – a local raw milk dairy farm in Schulenburg, TX. Learn why milk is pasteurized, the benefits of raw milk versus conventional milk, the living conditions of free-roaming grass-fed cows, how raw milk is produced, where [...]
There are two types of cow’s milk that humans consume: raw milk and pasteurized (commercial) milk. Raw milk comes straight from the cow. It is untreated milk, free of any pasteurization or homogenization methods. When raw milk is pasteurized, it is typically heated to 161 degrees Fahrenheit for at least 15 seconds. Heating, or pasteurizing, [...]