Dr. Samuel F. Yanuck
DC, FACFN, FIAMA
Dr. Sam Yanuck has been in practice since 1992. He sees patients with complex chronic conditions from all over the world, including problems involving complex autoimmune and autoinflammatory conditions, persistent fatigue, chronic inflammation, digestive dysregulation, failure to recover from head injuries, difficulty overcoming chronic infection, reactivity to foods or factors in their environment, and other complex issues.
He is the creator and chief educator of Cogence Immunology, an online functional immunology course for clinicians. Over 4,000 clinicians around the world have become students in Dr. Yanuck’s online course, studying a library of well over 200 immunology instructional videos.
Dr. Yanuck is an adjunct assistant professor in the Program on Integrative Medicine, in the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine, where he teaches principles of functional immunology and other topics related to the treatment of chronically ill patients.
Dr. Yanuck believes that each patient’s health problems are caused by a unique matrix of factors and that identifying, understanding and correctly addressing that unique matrix is essential to your successful outcome. His approach integrates immunology, body chemistry, nutrition, lab analysis, functional neurology and manual medicine, and other methods into a single working process. This combination of clinical tools allows him to address each factor in your problem matrix with the clinical approach that matches it best. He takes plenty of time with each patient, takes no shortcuts, and tailors his extensive knowledge and experience to your specific needs. Correctly addressing the causes of your problems optimizes your health now and sets you on a path to better health across your whole life span.
Dr. Yanuck works with patients in every stage of health and disease, working together with you to achieve your best possible level of health and vitality, so you can pursue the things that are important to you.