Michelle Sandwisch, ARPN, is one of the skilled clinicians at Peak Performance & Prevention (alternatively known as P3), a wellness clinic in Puyallup, Washington.
Michelle relocated to Puyallup from Ohio to join forces with P3. She is a certified family nurse practitioner that received her education from Georgetown University. She has advanced training through the Institute of Functional Medicine and is currently a candidate for board certification.
In alignment with the functional medicine model that encourages collaboration between patients and practitioners in attaining the highest expression of health, Michelle is committed to promoting the Functional Medicine mission by working with patients to identify the underlying cause of disease. She believes that taking the time to thoroughly understand a patient’s history and unlocking clues related to genetic, environmental, and lifestyle factors that influence long-term health and complex disease are the keys to improving the ability to manage and optimally prevent chronic disease.
Michelle ultimately found her passion for functional medicine after walking thru her own wellness journey. For many years, she sought answers that didn’t readily come and eventually was diagnosed with Crohn’s Disease. Because of her experience, she is dedicated and passionate about finding the root cause of disease and achieving optimal wellness in all those that come to her for treatment.