Dr. Reagan believes in diet and lifestyle as foundational ‘first-line’ treatments, which are often missing from modern medical conversations and treatment plans. Chantell developed her “4S” approach to treating ADHD, after her son struggled with the condition. This method addresses sugar, sleep, stress and smart supplementation. She uses this approach not only for ADHD, but for all chronic diseases, gut health, metabolic (hypertension, high cholesterol, diabetes, etc), autoimmune and skin (RA, psoriasis, etc), energy/mitochondrial (depression, pain, migraine/headache, etc), hormonal (thyroid, menopause, etc) and environmental toxicities/impairment of detox pathways. Her ultimate goal is to address the true ‘root causes’ of your conditions. She is committed to help you regain your health and wellbeing!
Chantell Reagan earned her Bachelor Degree and Doctor of Pharmacy from the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia (USP/Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science) in 1996 and 1997. She has over 23 years of extensive experience in hospital, retail, home infusion, managed care pharmacy and consulting. She started her career with Greater Atlantic Health Services and Independence Blue Cross, both in Philadelphia, PA.
Dr. Reagan was also the Managing Director with InformaCeutica, a company dedicated to developing online tools for the managed care pharmacy community, including a forum, pipeline and generic tracking tools. Additionally, she was the lead clinical pharmacist in a Medical Home, which integrated a pharmacist within a busy Internal Medicine practice. Chantell provided medication counseling, diabetes education and nutritional guidance. For the past 10 years, Chantell consults on pharmacy benefits with employer groups, as well as patients who want to pursue a functional medicine approach.
She has been an Institute for Functional Medicine Clinical Practitioner (IFMCP) since 2019.
Chantell is a married to John and has two boys (ages 12 and 16). Her family loves traveling and hiking. She also enjoys practicing yoga, walking, cooking, reading and gardening. She is an active member of her women-led Catholic church. Recently she started playing the ukulele and knitting for fun.
Several years ago, Chantell was the lead clinical pharmacist in a Medical Home model. Her patients’ inability to truly heal from their diseases, as well as their desire to try alternative treatments propelled her to pursue a path of functional medicine. At the same time, after struggling with a diagnosis of ADHD in her 4 year old son, Chantell developed her “4S” approach to naturally treating ADHD and other chronic conditions, which addresses sugar, sleep, stress and smart supplementation.