What is a Naturopathic Doctor?
They are doctors educated and trained in accredited naturopathic medical colleges. They diagnose, prevent, and treat acute and chronic illnesses to restore and establish optimal health by supporting your inherent self-healing process. Rather than just suppressing the symptoms, naturopathic doctors work to identify the underlying causes of illness and develop personalized treatment plans to address them.
Vis Clinic is a Functional Medicine/Nutrition Center that focuses on the whole person while treating each patient in a uniquely individualized fashion. ‘Vis’ is short for the Latin phrase Vis Medicatrix Naturae meaning the “Healing Power of Nature”.
We utilize the science of nutrition to treat sustained or chronic illness, to prevent illness, to stay healthy, and to enhance the function and quality of life through lifestyle education. Here at Vis Clinic, we incorporate a blend of diagnostic options and solutions using nutritional, naturopathic, and physical medicines to achieve answers for your unique health situation.
To maintain your health or regain your health and vigor, we use extensive
biochemical and nutritionally based laboratory testing to discover the underlying causes of symptoms and illness. Therapy focuses on correcting the biochemical
and nutritional imbalances discovered through the comprehensive evaluation
process to bring the patient back to optimal health.
MEET OUR TEAM
Dr. Chad Krier is a board-certified Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine, Doctor of Chiropractic and a Kansas native. Dr. Krier practices Functional Medicine utilizing extensive health history data and comprehensive functional based laboratory testing. Dr. Krier has developed a unique systems-based laboratory/Gestalt type method for analyzing patterns of functional deficiencies or excesses by creating distinct maps of each patient’s biochemical uniqueness. This approach allows Dr. Krier to map out a comprehensive therapeutic approach unique to each patient’s functional physiology. His practice relies heavily on environmental medicine and not only treating deficiencies, but more importantly looking at excesses such as exposures to fat soluble toxins, heavy metals, and GI burdens.
Dr. Chad Krier, N.D., D.C.
Dana is a Certified Integrative Nutritional Health Coach and has been working with clients since 2016. She decided to become a health coach to fulfill her passion of working with individuals to improve their health and lifestyle. Dana understands that changing habits and creating a healthy lifestyle doesn’t happen overnight. She guides clients to remove barriers, creating new healthy habits one step at a time. Recognizing each individual has unique health needs, Dana empowers clients to
live their best lives by addressing the root cause of imbalance through evidence-based diet and lifestyle changes. She received her training at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and is currently working to
earn her certification as a Functional Medicine Health Coach through the Functional Medicine Coaching Academy
in February 2021.
Dana Solomon, Health Coach
Dr. Jennifer Mead is a 4th generation doctor but the first to pursue her degree in Naturopathic Medicine. Dr. Mead is a board-certified Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine. Dr. Mead enjoys treating patients with endocrine issues, hormone imbalances including infertility, digestive complaints, and chronic fatigue. She is intrigued with the functional medicine approach for brain and mood support especially in supporting depression, anxiety and emotional fatigue. Dr. Mead loves working with patients to help repattern their thought processes and help remove emotion from past events through various counseling techniques.
Dr. Jennifer Mead, N.D.
Marsha has been a licensed nurse since 1973 and is certified in auriculotherapy (pain management by treating the points on the ear). Marsha’s background includes IV nutrient therapy, auricular pain management, and hospital nursing. “I enjoy helping people learn how to improve their health.”
Marsha McCray, R.N.
“Dr. Krier is very knowledgeable about my situation. I feel I'm in good hands. The staff is fun, attentive, and very helpful. Relaxed environment. When I'm here, I forget for a while that I have a medical problem. This is nice. Thank you!”
Phone (316) 425-3729
Fax (316) 425-3962
Monday - Thursday: 8:15 AM – 5 PM
Friday: 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM
4825 E Douglas Ave. Suite 100 | Wichita, Kansas 67218