About Resilient Roots
Meet the Team
Rob Abbott, MD
Integrative Medicine Physician
1. Abbott R D, Sherwin K, Klopf H, et al. (July 08, 2020) Efficacy of a Multimodal Online Lifestyle Intervention for Depressive Symptoms and Quality of Life in Individuals With a History of Major Depressive Disorder. Cureus 12(7): e9061. doi:10.7759/cureus.9061
2. Abbott R D, Sadowski A, Alt A G (April 27, 2019) Efficacy of the Autoimmune Protocol Diet as Part of a Multi-disciplinary, Supported Lifestyle Intervention for Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis. Cureus 11(4): e4556. doi:10.7759/cureus.4556
Ryan Hall, CNS, CKNS
Functional Medicine Nutritionist
Ryan is currently a candidate for Doctor of Clinical Nutrition from Maryland University of Integrative Health, from which he holds a Masters of Science in Clinical Human Nutrition and Integrative Health. He has been in professional functional medicine practice for 5yrs. His approach incorporates a thorough health history review, inventory of current habits and practices, utilization of functional lab tests, such as stool tests, organic acid testing, nutrigenomics, and functional blood chemistry analysis. He works to support patients in their healing and wellness journey with education and empowerment first and foremost. His integrative comprehensive approach combines nutrition, focused supplementation, movement instruction, contemplative practice, such as meditation and centering prayer, as well as other lifestyle domains. Ryan is an expert in gut health, autoimmunity, diabetes, metabolic syndrome, obesity/overweight, mast cell activation syndrome, mental/emotional health, environmental toxicity, chronic disease and human optimization and longevity. In his spare time he explores the Blue Ridge Mountains with his wife and two savage children, cultivating a homestead, pushing his physical limits with unconventional training methods, practicing yoga and meditation, sitting in cold water, and finding ways to laugh that make it hard to breathe.
Patient Care Coordinator
Sidney has had an affinity for transformational work and contemplative practice for the past 13 years. Receiving a BA in Traditional Eastern Arts from Naropa University, she dove deep into the ancient art and science of Yoga, receiving her 1000 YTT. She is currently involved in a Yoga Nidra Teaching certification. She has also been involved with alternative health focused baking for the past 12 years, and owns and operates the wellness bakery Moon Maiden’s Delights, selling at the IX Art Park Farmers Market every Saturday. Sidney enjoys creative activities that draw her into the present moment, hiking and exploring beautiful natural spaces with her family, and continuously greeting the invitation for self development and growth. Navigating her own health challenges and achieving sustained relief through the methods of functional medicine has been a huge impetus towards assisting others as an ADAPT Certified Functional Health Coach-receiving training with the Kresser Institute.