Our services present with a similar structure and share common characteristics that are specific to our integrated medicine approach to optimal healthcare. In order to exact treatments, we must put in the time and energy to uncover root causes to presenting symptoms.
Each program starts with an initial extended medical consult for the evaluation of your health issues and the discussion of your health objectives and treatment goals.
A follow-up consult will allow our doctors to review your results in depth and to provide you with your own personalized treatment plan. In cases when patients come from far distances we will block all necessary time so that we can be as thorough as possible.
For our out-of-country home visit patients, we schedule one or two doctors to spend several hours per day reviewing all medical records, talking to family and staff, talking to the treating local doctors, and conducting additionally informative lab and functional physiology tests. Some results are reviewed during these extended visits with follow-up by phone and electronic webinar conferences.
Our core mission is to provide advanced neuroscience and biochemical and genetic analysis to further elucidate the pathophysiology of presenting symptoms in order to guide more individualized treatments or peak performance training options.
We have several decades of clinical practice and teaching experience in areas of advanced hormone analysis, functional medicine, and applied medical neuroscience.
Hormone balancing is a complex process that takes into account many lab values and presenting symptoms.
Correct hormone balancing often requires more than simply offering testosterone or bio-identical estrogen and progesterone. We look at several hormones in concert.
Brain injury victims often have abnormal hormone imbalance that we can see in both the brain function measures and also through saliva and blood lab tests.
Neuromodulation and neurotherapy interventions represent particular areas of expertise for Drs. Dave and Nicole Hagedorn.
The safe and wise use of neurostimulation and neuromodulation technologies under FDA guidelines and through approved clinical trials represent just another example comprehensive integration of cutting edge medical technologies. When treating patients with different forms of pain, we take focus on non-medication treatment choices that have proven scientific efficacy.
Conditions treated at Coastal Integrative Medicine include:
D.O., FACOOG, ABAARM, ACASP
Dr. Nicole Hagedorn is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point and completed her Medical Degree at Michigan State University. She is Board Certified by the American Board of Osteopathic Obstetricians and Gynecologists (FACOOG) and had been in busy medicine and surgical practices for 20 years.
She currently applies her talents and experience to the delivery of advanced functional medicine in a consulting capacity to execute the provision and support of novel yet effective medical care for orphans and underserved children internationally. Dr. Hagedorn holds advanced certifications from the American Board of Anti-Aging & Regenerative Medicine (ABAARM) and the American College of Anti-Aging Sports Medicine Professionals (ACASP). She is an expert in scientific bioidentical hormone applications and functional integrative medicine.
Dr. Hagedorn provides advanced interpretation and analysis of brain electrophysiology for several organizations. She has completed many marathon and Ironman races and provides integrative sports medicine and nutrition recommendations for elite athletes.
Dr. David Hagedorn served as a U.S. Army Medic and then went on to work in various clinical and private practice settings for over 20 years. He is experienced in clinical health psychology and neuropsychology and serves as an international neuroscience and biofeedback expert consultant to several organizations. Dr. Hagedorn served as a teaching faculty and clinical staff member at Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune and Assistant Professor of Military and Emergency Medicine and Family Medicine at Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences - School of Medicine.
He is an international speaker and instructor for advanced psycho-neuro electrophysiology assessment and interventions with particular skill in the traumatic brain injury, posttraumatic stress disorder, attention deficit and hyperactivity disorders. He has authored several patents in the areas of brain computer interface and neuromodulation and lectures on transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) and direct current stimulation (tDCS/tACS).
Dr. Hagedorn is licensed in several states and is board certified as an electroencephalography biofeedback practitioner with particular skill in the applications of EEG and ERP, QEEG, and brain computer interface (BCI) and portable peripheral biofeedback methods.
M.D., ABAM, BCN
Victor Barnes, M.D. is a graduate of Eastern Carolina University Brody School of Medicine.
Dr. Barnes holds board certification from the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and also from the American Society of Addiction Medicine and from the American Board of Addiction Medicine. He is affiliated with the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law and American Board of Forensic Examiners. He is certified as an electroencephalography biofeedback provider.
Dr. Barnes has extensive clinical experiences with the complex assessment and treatment of active duty and retired military patients. He has additional experience providing psychiatry rotation training to medical residents. He is a recognized speaker and instructor on military mental health topics with emphasis on PTSD and traumatic brain injury.