Your health is about YOU – your unique chemistry, genetics, environment and lifestyle. As a dedicated women’s healthcare provider based in Austin, I help my patients improve how they feel and their overall wellness through an approach that is individualized, integrated, and intended to get them feeling and being their BEST.
At Optimal Health and Wellness, Julie specializes in comprehensive, patient-centered care. She investigates the root cause of your symptoms and crafts a personalized care plan to improve and restore them, which might include:
designed to meet your unique health needs.
to do more than manage symptoms – to make you well.
Julie digs deep to reveal the root cause of your symptoms.
Knowing what’s causing you to feel bad will help guide her treatment plan for making you feel your best.
Many conditions marked as “female issues” – from mood swings to osteoporosis – can be due to breakdown in your body’s hormonal, digestive or detoxification systems.
Julie specializes in restoring these three
Julie relies on a wide range of medical tests to tell how your body’s systems are functioning – including blood and hormone panels, adrenal assessments, stool cultures, food-sensitivity testing and testing your detoxification pathways.
is the objective – you deserve nothing less.
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The information provided on this website is strictly informational and is not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any medical conditions or disease. It is also not intended to replace the care of your primary care physician and/or speciality physicians. Julie Kneese Long, NP, desires to work in collaboration with other practitioners/physicians in order to achieve optimal wellness for all of her patients. In order to do this, it is required to continue your care with your other physicians in order to be under the care of Julie Kneese Long, NP. Information regarding services, testing, hormones, and neutraceuticals made by Julie Kneese Long, NP, may have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.