Dr. Robin Rose and Terrain Health were featured in The Ridgefield Press on Monday, July 12th, 2021.
Feature Summary: Dr. Robin Rose was featured in an article entitled “Doctor tired of ‘Band-Aid’ solutions opens Ridgefield health care facility to tailor treatments to individual patients.” The article features Dr. Rose and her unconventional approach to medicine, which led her to open Terrain Health, “a new health care practice using precision medicine to treat people.” This piece continues, sharing Dr. Rose’s background in medicine, stating, “Precision medicine is an ‘emerging approach for disease treatment and prevention that takes into account individual variability in genes, environment, and lifestyle.’” The article also highlights the difference between precision medicine and traditional medicine, mentioning how precision medicine is a more tailored treatment specific to the patient versus a “one size fits all” solution. Dr. Robin Rose elaborates on her practice at Terrain Health, mentioning the new-age measures she uses such as genomic testing and bio age screening. Dr. Rose shares: “we really look at the whole human being mentally, physically, and emotionally.” The article closes with testimony from a Ridgefield citizen, a patient of Dr. Robin Rose, who shared that they believe in the holistic approach to the body and that Terrain Health has helped them in their health journey. The article also includes a direct link to Terrain Health’s website.
Outlet Summary: The Ridgefield Press is an American weekly newspaper published each Thursday for Ridgefield, Connecticut. The newspaper was established in 1875 and has a paid circulation of about 6,250 copies. It is currently owned by Hersam Acorn Newspapers, a family-owned newspaper company that produces 16 other weeklies in Fairfield County, Connecticut, and Westchester County, New York.