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Resilient Health

Integrative & Functional Medicine

Helping to Build a Healthy Community

(803) 590-3550

My name is Auspria Wade.

Integrative Holistic Detox Functional Medicine Health Provider Practitioner Auspria Wade
Functional Holistic Detox Cleanse Medicine Provider Practitioner

I’m a physician assistant, who is passionate about health and wellness.

Over the past 14 years, my background has been primarily

practicing family medicine. My life was forever changed when I delivered

my daughter at 35 weeks, 5 weeks early. She was just a little over

3 pounds and spent 21 days in the NICU. My personal experience

allowed me to do some self-reflection. “I thought I was healthy."

Looking back I was working long hours in a  stressful environment,

driving 45 minutes one-way to work, and eating a not-so-healthy diet.

Over the past 10 years, I’ve learned as well as applied information that not only helped my daughter and me but my patients as well.

The principles of Functional, Integrative, and Lifestyle Medicine

are of great value.

Auspria Wade, PA-C, FMACP


Integrative medicine combines both conventional medicine with natural and holistic practices that are science-based. This type of care focuses on making lifestyle changes through nutrition, supplements, exercise and mind-body techniques, such as sleep and stress reduction.  These techniques are often used in conjunction with conventional medicine treatments, such as medications.


Functional medicine is a personalized and integrative approach to healthcare which involves determining the root causes of disease. The goal is to remove what the body doesn't want and provide the necessary nutrients that it does to promote a healthy life. A healthy life is not defined as simply an absence of disease, but rather that of feeling your best. Functional medicine does not reject conventional/traditional medicine, instead it uses conventional medicine as a foundation on which to add new dimensions in the evaluation, management and prevention of chronic disease.

Becoming Resilient

Listed below are suggestions to help you develop resilience.

Holistic- taking into account the whole person, body, mind, and spirit.


  • Drink Clean Water

  • Practice Movement

  • Prioritize Nutrition (vitamins and minerals)

  • Eliminate

  • Detoxify/Cleanse

  • Rest

Social Wellness

  • Nurture Relationships with people that are positive and supportive

  • Join groups, clubs, or organizations that you are passionate about

  • Volunteer

  • Celebrate traditions

  • Participate in community events


  • Quiet Your Mind

  • Schedule Self-care

  • Accept help and support

  • Express Gratitude


  • Connect with a spiritual community

  • Practice forgiveness

  • Sing or Dance

  • Determine your purpose


  • Use vacation time

  • Set boundaries

  • Take full lunch breaks

  • Schedule mental health days


  • Pick up a hobby

  • Take a class outside of your career

  • Read

  • Learn a new language

  • Attend a Seminar or Conference


Get In Touch Today

(803) 590-3550

300 Long Pointe Ln Suite 220-Q

Columbia, SC, 29229

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