We understand the bioindividuality of each patient and respect that the path to optimal health is different for each person.

We strive to give you the tools that will empower you to take back your health and pass on this gift to others.


Dian Ginsberg M.D.

F.A.C.O.G. Medical Director

Board Certified in Anti-Aging and Regenerative Medicine
Advanced Fellowship Metabolic Medical Institute
Advisory Board Member for Functional Medicine University

Dr. Ginsberg completed her residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the Bowman-Gray School of Medicine in North Carolina before Houston's sunny climate brought her to Texas. Dr. Ginsberg has years of experience providing comprehensive obstetrics and gynecology treatment. As her career advanced she developed a special interest in functional medicine and the manner in which it bridges the gap of a patients illness while minimizing severe symptoms and optimizing health. This passion now encompasses special focus on the understanding of genetics and methylation, optimal hormone balance and overall healthy aging. Being a black belt in Tae Kwan Do and an accomplished marathon runner and triathlete has led her to explore the latest medical advances in wellness for athletes along with anti-aging therapies for both men and women. She is motivated to continue her research in nutritional therapies for many reasons, most significantly for the benefits it has brought to her sons with specific learning needs.

Dr. Ginsberg has used her extensive experience to help men and women with hormone imbalance regain the vitality and fitness they thought was lost forever. She lectures for Functional Medicine University on the topic of PCOS, its natural reversal, and pathways to fertility. She is the author of The PCOS Environmental Roadmap. Rectangularization of aging is her personal passion, and she is faculty at the American Academy of Anti-Aging where she has lectured about bio-identical hormone replacement and telomeres (DNA caps) and how instrumental their preservation is for ongoing health. She is also involved in a ground breaking infusion study looking at Young Fresh Frozen Plasma and the effect it has on helping reverse symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinson's Disease. She is lecturing all over the country on the amazing results of this study and how it can help neurodegenerative diseases.

Learn More About Dr. Ginsberg's Philosophy Through this Informative American Academy of Anti-Aging Video.

Sheila Vuckovic

M. ED, NTP, NSCA-CPT

Hormone and Wellness Program Manager
Certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner
Certified Bioindividual Nutrition Practitioner
Certified Personal Trainer through the National Strength and Conditioning Association

Sheila received her undergraduate degree in Exercise Science from Texas A&M University. Passionate about health and wellness she began working as a personal trainer at the corporate wellness center at BP. Her interest in nutrition grew and combined with her Exercise Science background, she received her Masters in Health and Nutrition Education from the University of Houston. Sheila completed her certification as a Nutritional Therapy Practitioner from the Nutrition Therapy Association in June of 2016 and became a certified Bioindividual Nutrition Practitioner in April 2018.

Soon after her graduation from graduate school, her oldest son was diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder. That diagnosis changed the way she thought about nutrition and its effect on disease processes. After much research and completely overhauling the whole family's diet and vitamin supplementation, she saw such a dramatic change in her son that it fueled her passion for helping others with similar inflammatory conditions. Sheila is married to her college sweetheart, Gordan, and they have 3 children. She is an avid cross-fitter and takes various dance classes in her spare time. She grew up in Louisiana and loves to cheer for the Saints and her Aggies. Her most recent endeavor involves coaching athletes at Crossfit Katy in areas of nutrition and fitness.

You can email Sheila at sheila@theginstituteofm.com

Megan Gump

C-FMP, NTP

Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner
Certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner

Megan was born and raised in Dallas, TX but quickly moved to Steamboat Springs, CO after high school. She has a passion for traveling and exploring the world which led her to live in Delray Beach, FL where she developed her interest in fitness and nutrition. While completing her BS in Geology, she gained experience in the nutrition industry working for an all-natural protein shake company. Soon after graduating, Megan moved to Austin, TX and pursued her calling in nutrition by completing the Nutritional Therapy Practitioner program from the Nutritional Therapy Association. Upon graduation from this program, she also completed her certification in functional medicine through Functional Medicine University. She has the desire to truly help people be their healthiest, best version!

Megan spends her free time doing yoga, running and camping with her fiancé Alex and their two dogs Zoey and Luna.

You can email Megan at megan@theginstituteofm.com

Leah Kay

BSN, RN

Registered Nurse
Nutritional Therapy Practitioner

Leah grew up in the small town of Wimberley, Texas where she was an avid athlete her whole life. Her love of volleyball took her to Trinity University in San Antonio as a member of the Trinity Tigers Volleyball Team which earned a 5th place finish at the 2006 NCAA Division III National Tournament. It was at Trinity University where Leah first discovered her love for Anthropology and the evolution of modern man from primitive cultures especially as it relates to health and wellness. After earning her Bachelor’s Degree in Anthropology from Trinity, Leah decided to pursue a career in Nursing at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston. Fusing her anthropological knowledge of the development of man and her background in Nursing, Leah is able to effectively guide patients on a path of wellness specific to their individual needs.

As a Level 1 Certified CrossFit Trainer, she is also fully equipped to help patients conquer their health and fitness goals. Leah was a part of the 2014 CrossFit Katy Team that competed in the 2014 CrossFit Games. In her spare time, Leah enjoys spending time with her two dogs, Ziggy and Ellie.

You can email Leah at leah@theginstituteofm.com

Our Inspiring Functional Medicine doctor along with our staff of practitioners has skills that support all aspects of healing the root cause of your symptoms. We combine your personalized medicine evaluation with history, nutritional and dietary habits and functional medicine laboratory testing.

Whether you have anxiety symptoms, autoimmune disease, or menopausal hormone loss and need bioidentical hormones, our physician and staff will bioidividualize your treatment. Our physician specializes in anti- aging and regenerative medicine so even if you are interested in a healthy aging plan, we are the office for you.

Click on the work with us tab, tell us your health history and start on your road to optimal health and aging. We are happy to see you in our office or through a video tele-medicine visit.

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