"Conventional medicine should be a vital part of every person's plan for good health. By adding evidence-based but unconventional therapies to that approach, Providence maximizes a patient's ability to recover, to live well and to flourish." Dr. Hassell is an internist and a clinical instructor for the training of internal medicine residents. He is the principal investigator in a trial using nutritional interventions to reduce side effects of conventional cancer therapies. His internal medicine practice, the Comprehensive Risk Reduction Clinic, emphasizes evidence-based nutritional lifestyle management in the context of a thorough traditional medical model. Knowledge is power! Our goal is to place the tools for change in your hands. Dr. Hassell's practice incorporates both traditional and evidence-based alternative medical approaches. He is the co-author of "Good Food, Great Medicine," a guide for using diet and lifestyle for optimal health. He also sees patients for problem-oriented medical consultations for challenging cases. He is available for public speaking as well as individual consultations to develop solutions to health problems, combining evidence-based conventional and lifestyle interventions. Dr. Hassell specializes in patient-directed, noninvasive, non-pharmacological approaches to medicine. His therapies emphasize natural approaches such as exercise, diet and natural medicines.