Treating Bipolar Disorder
Do you regularly find yourself swinging between extreme moods, with no sense of control over your emotions?
Patients with bipolar disorder may find themselves feeling euphoric, optimistic, and on top of the world in one moment, only to come crashing down into a state of deep despair in the next.
If this sounds familiar, we can help. We use sophisticated tools to get to the root cause of your condition and help you feel better faster.
If you know you have bipolar disorder, or if you or a loved one is exhibiting symptoms that could point toward that diagnosis, call us for an appointment. There is no shame in reaching out—let us help you get back on track.
How We Help
Our clinicians can help you understand underlying patterns of your mood swings and possible triggers—and can help you manage symptoms and behaviors.
Medication can help stabilize mood swings and alleviate depression—but it’s important to be on the right prescription. Our experts determine what works best for you.
Root Cause Psychiatry
Our Root Cause program uses genetic testing, microbiome analysis, and more to get to the root cause of your bipolar disorder so you can achieve a full recovery.
Bipolar disorder is more than just a mood swing
Are you unsure if you have bipolar disorder or if you’re just moody? You’re not alone—but it’s important to know that there is a difference.
All of us experience mild mood swings from time to time. But if you have bipolar disorder, the looming threat of a manic or depressive episode can be a constant problem, leading to major instability in your life.
If you’re not sure if you’re moody, depressed, or bipolar, we can walk you through the differences and put you on a path toward healing.
Bipolar Disorder Resources
"Am I bipolar?" The anatomy of a bipolar diagnosis
Bipolar disorder is a mood illness with distinct and specific symptoms.
How genetic testing can help diagnose and treat bipolar disorder
Certain genetic variations are implicated in bipolar disorder. Testing can determine whether these variants are contributing to your condition.
Alan’s story: Helping Alan regain control of his life after a bipolar diagnosis
Alan was a software engineer who exhibited extreme mood swings. We helped him get them under control.
Not sure you're bipolar?
Bipolar disorder can be hard to distinguish—especially from depression. Our clinicians understand the difference, and we treat a wide range of conditions.