Our center specializes in an innovative, precision-medicine approach to the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of cardiovascular disease (CVD). We’ve been called “disease detectives” because our comprehensive evaluation checks for a wide range of root causes that can lead to CVD if they go undiagnosed and untreated.
Peer-reviewed studies have proven that our holistic, genetically guided methodology offers a cure for CVD. Since 2001, we’ve used the leading-edge science of the BaleDoneen Method to help thousands of men and women of all ages lead active, vibrant and pleasurable lives, without fear of a heart attack, stroke or memory loss.
Brea Seaburg, ARNP, DNP is a doctoral-trained Family Nurse Practitioner with more than a decade of experience working with men and women with chronic cardiovascular disease (CVD). Her personal health journey of being diagnosed with late-onset type 1 diabetes, as well as the journeys of those she has been fortunate enough to walk alongside, has convinced her that the conventional approach to cardiovascular medicine is completely backwards and reactionary. She was thrilled to join the team at The Prevention Center and be part of our proactive and personalized approach to CVD prevention.
A Pacific Northwest native, Dr. Seaburg received her nursing degree from Washington State University College of Nursing in Spokane, and her master’s and doctoral degrees from the University of Washington. Her clinical interests include metabolic health, cardiometabolic disease prevention, health behavior change, and food as medicine. She is a Certified Culinary Medicine Specialist, with additional training in functional medicine.