Are You Ready To Finally Feel Better?
Why Connor Wellness Clinic?
Too often, people think of diet in temporary terms. They take short-term steps to improve their life… and “wellness”… but often fall back to their less healthy routines once they are left to fend for themselves.
After years of seeing this happen with her patients, Pamela has taken an approach that not only has helped patients improve their gut health, autoimmune, and improve their overall wellness, but also give them the tools to continue their progress “infinitely,” or long after they have left the clinic for good.
What Makes Us Different Than Other Health Clinics?
Our Unique Approach to Improving Your Gut Health
Our Philosophy On Functional Medicine
Meet Pamela Connor
An integral part of Connor Wellness Clinic approach is a collaborative relationship between our practitioners and the patient. Our practitioners serve as your guide, helping our patients create health.
Can’t Lose Weight
Gas and Bloating
Depression and Anxiety
Fatigue and Sleeping Problems
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