Functional Medicine in the Upper Valley. Lebanon, New Hampshire


DR. JACOBS RECENTLY SPOKE about balancing hormones with diet and exercise at the Annual North Country Women's Health Conference at the Mt. Washington Hotel. Many of the attendees wanted to see the slides. Follow this link to see them!

HYGEIA SPRING NEWSLETTER is now available. Life is all about balance. Balancing the things we have to do with the things we want to do. » Read more

THE HYGEIA SPRING DETOX will be running from Saturday, May 14, to Wednesday, May 25. To register, please complete our symptom survey. We will be in touch via e-mail to get you enrolled in our detox Facebook group and allow you to access our resource library.

FUNCTIONAL MEDICINE: A SCIENCE WHOSE TIME HAS COME — To check out this great article, click here!

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"Hygeia, Dr. Jacobs and everyone involved with the office are caring, efficient, very friendly and knowledgeable. This is the ideal for health care."

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Doctor Robyn Jacobs is a board certified gynecologist offering a functional medicine approach through her practice Hygeia: Optimal Health Through Functional Medicine. Hygeia is conveniently located on the mall in Downtown Lebanon, NH, easily accessible to residents of the Upper Valley and throughout New Hampshire and Vermont.

Dr. Jacobs is recognized by The Institute for Functional Medicine as a Certified Practitioner in functional medicine. This additional training has allowed her to take her practice to a new level, providing a holistic approach to support patients in meeting their health care goals. We invite you to explore our website to learn more about our unique approach to health, the gynecology and general health care services we offer, and how a functional medicine approach can help you start your journey to optimal health today.

Why "Hygeia"?
In Greek mythology, Hygeia is a daughter of Asclepius, the god of medicine and healing, whose staff entwined with a snake is the symbol of medicine.  Hygeia is the goddess of health.  A friend recommended the name and it was a perfect fit!

Dr. Robyn Jacobs