Our Mission

Just Be Well helps our patients get to feeling better, manage chronic illness and reach peak wellness. It’s not easy, but the work is always worth it.

-Dr. Thomas Sult and Elizabeth Rosemeier

I have a question for YOU

When was the last time you felt truly well? I don’t mean the last time you felt like there was nothing wrong. I mean the last time you felt deep, full wellness in your body, mind, and spirit. It’s a hard question to answer, isn’t it? And yet it’s crucial, and it’s where I start each one of my appointments with a new patient.

Functional medicine – the discipline I practice along with a growing number of physicians in this country—acknowledges that wellness is so much more than the absence of disease. In a nutshell, functional medicine is a system that addresses the underlying causes of disease, that takes into account the interactions of the complex systems of the body, and that builds a therapeutic partnership between patient and physician.

If you are like most patients I see, you have been suffering from chronic illness for longer than you care to recall. You’re a regular with your local doctor, have been referred to one or several specialists, and have traveled to universities and/or the Mayo Clinic in an effort to determine what is wrong with your health. You’ve been given a variety of diagnoses, with a drug to combat each symptom and further drugs to counteract the side effects of the first batch. You are anxious because you are ill and ill because you are anxious. Despite all your efforts, all the doctors’ visits, research, and medication—a devastatingly frustrating cycle—the problems have persisted. At some point, not only did the doctors start to doubt you . . . you started to doubt yourself.

We are here to believe you, to listen to you and to come up with a plan (and implement) that plan to get better.

Who is Functional Medicine For?

Functional Medicine is NOT FOR those Who:
-Are not ready take responsibility for their health
-Won’t invest your time or money
-Want a drug to treat the issue (and be done with it)
-Resist Change
-Think a lifestyle change is a waste of time

We put together a resource on achieving peak wellness called “Seeking Vibrant Health: The Starter Guide” — Click the button to get the PDF emailed to you.

See what our Patients have to say:

“Dr. Sult always listened to me — he never made me feel silly or crazy. He validated all of the symptoms I had.
He never gave up. I always left believing that there was hope.” -Brooke

Janine

PATIENT

“Thank you so much for the wonderful care you have provided me for so many years, which has truly changed my life and health in a wonderful way. You and your staff has always been so kind, respectful, good listeners and professional.

Charlene

PATIENT

“In 2011 Jerry came to you for help, unable to walk more than a few yards due to physical limitations and cognitive impairment. Thanks to you and your care, he is healthy, and functioning normally now. He is holding down a job in his field of expertise, living life to the fullest.

Meet the Just Be Well Team

Dr. Thomas Sult, MD
Dr. Thomas A. Sult is a graduate of the UCLA School of Medicine (MD), a Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians (FAAFP), a Diplomate of the American Board of Family Medicine (ABFM), a Diplomate of the American Board of Physician Specialties in Integrative Medicine (ABIM), and a Diplomat of the American Board of Integrative Holistic Medicine (ABIHM). He is also an Institute for Functional Medicine (IFM) Certified Practitioner and part of its faculty. As Faculty he teaches Both nationally and internationally in the Applying Functional Medicine in Clinical Practice (AFMCP) program, The Immune and GI Modules. He has been practicing Functional Medicine for nearly 30 years. Dr. Sult has 2 adult sons, with associated wonderful daughter-in-laws, 5 grandchildren. He lives with 2 Newfoundland dogs, Elizabeth, and her 3 boys .
Elizabeth Johnson, RN
Elizabeth is an RN and also the Wellness Coach at Just Be Well. She began her nursing career back in 2001. She has worked in diverse areas of nursing including inpatient care, emergency room, obstetrics, surgery, and also worked as a charge nurse. She began working with Dr. Sult in 2016 as his medical scribe, IV nurse, and health coach. She has a passion for health and wellness that is driven by her own navigation through chronic illness and a self-paved journey to wellness. Elizabeth is the mother of four children (3 boys ages 6-16 and an adult daughter) and she loves cooking them healthy meals (which they don’t always enjoy). In her free time, she enjoys reading, writing, nature walks, listening to music, and spending quality time with her children, Tom, family, and tribe of girlfriends.

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