Bradley Dyer, DO, ABIM, IFMCP

Physician/Founder of Premier Integrative Health

Dr. Dyer is on a mission to make a positive impact in the world by helping people regain health and vitality by getting to the root cause of their health concerns. He believes the body has an amazing ability to heal itself and that treatments should focus on creating health rather than treating disease.

Dr. Dyer is board certified in Internal Medicine and also completed a residency in Psychiatry. While working as a Hospitalist physician Dr. Dyer completed a fellowship in Integrative Medicine with Dr. Andrew Weil and the University of Arizona. He then went on to become a certified Functional Medicine Practitioner through the Institute for Functional Medicine.

Dr. Dyer still works one week a month as a Hospitalist and spends the other three weeks per month serving his patients at Premier Integrative Health which is his true passion.

When he is not working, Dr. Dyer loves spending time with his wife and two boys. He is a big believer in the healing power of nature and loves to be outdoors as much as possible especially when it involves cycling, hiking, an camping.

Brooke Seiz, NTP, E-RYT 500

Functional Nutritionist
Brooke Seiz is a mother to 3 young children, and she understands the demands of modern life.

She’s been through her own wellness journey, and knows how transformative nutrition, mindset, exercise, and all aspects of wellness can be in healing. She provides individualized nutrition support that is sustainable and can be implemented into everyday life!

Brooke is Board Certified in Holistic Nutrition, trained in Functional Medicine, and is a Master’s Counseling Psychology degree Candidate. Brooke was a professional actress before she had children, and currently fills up her “play” bucket singing at events and jazz clubs.

She’s grateful to get up everyday and be a part of the wellness community in Kansas City!

Tricia Tayrien, BS, E-RYT

Health & Wellness Coach
Tricia attended college at MSU in Springfield Missouri ( Go Bears!) to embark on a degree in dance that lead her to physical education and finally lead her to a degree in Heath and Wellness.

Tricia holds a Certification as a Personal Trainer, Registered Experienced Yoga Teacher and Life Coach.

She helps clients embark on a journey to soul satisfying success by guiding them to connect mind, body and spirit for optimal health and wellness.

Tricia enjoys dancing, cooking, hiking, knitting, reading, yoga and trying new things in life!

Jen Straub

Office Manager
For over a decade, Jen has been assisting patients in pursuit of their health care goals in the functional and holistic medicine community.

With patience and care, she helps patients navigate the practitioner's recommendations related to nutrition, supplements, specialty testing, and educational materials. She is determined to help when she can, and always does it with a smile!

When she's not in the office, she loves traveling, gardening, camping, and dancing with her husband, friends, and family.

Hard to narrow down, but passions include art, upcycling, cooking, music, and documentaries.

Brittany Flewelling, FNTP

Front Office Concierge
Brittany is a Kansas native whose passion is nutrition education, creative approaches to holistic living, foraging and organic gardening, women empowerment and cultivating a strong sense of conscious community.

She completed her Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner certification in November 2019, but before that was a Health & Beauty manager at Natural Grocers for nearly 4 years.

In her free time she enjoys experimenting with new recipes, meal prepping, researching and reviewing new natural products, fermenting foods, reading, hiking, foraging, mushroom cultivation, creative writing, yoga, volunteering and enjoying quality time with her friends and family.

Robin Lau, R.N., L.M.T.

I first began to think about practicing massage years ago when I was a Registered Nurse in Intensive Care. I began using therapeutic touch therapies to bring comfort to my critically ill patients and their families. These methods enabled me to bring a real sense of humanity into a very mechanical and stressful environment, reducing fear and agitation, and facilitating rest and healing.

Some years later, during my time as a Hospice nurse, I used light massage and therapeutic touch to convey compassion and empathy, and to help relieve loneliness. However, since much of my nursing career was dictated by administrative factors and a demanding schedule, I decided it was time for a change. I was hungry for a lifestyle that would combine my dedication to healthcare with a way to feed my own soul.

I completed an extended massage therapy program at Wellspring School of Allied Health and learned to turn my way of thinking around. I now enjoy being able to utilize my senses in different ways, to trust my intuition more than ever, and to be truly present in the moment. As a Board-Certified, Licensed Massage Therapist, I am fulfilled by combining art and science every time I work with my clients.

Joining the team at Premier Integrative Health has given me a wonderful opportunity to educate others on the importance of unifying mind, body and spirit. Here we are unified in empowering people to gain confidence in using their own strengths to heal themselves and thrive.

In my spare time, I love spending time with my husband and daughter, two cats and friends. I’m passionate about fitness, soaking up the outdoors, reading, watching movies and listening to good music.