Speranza San Clemente:
Transforming Health Each Day

Body, Mind and Spirit

Join Speranza San Clemente
on a journey
to optimal health and longevity

  • personalized health roadmaps for individuals 
  • customized medical and business plans for clinics

Why Speranza San Clemente?

  • Are You Ready for a Health Change So Significant and Life-Giving that Others Will Want What You Have?

  • Do You Want to Propel Your Practice to New Possibilities?

  • Join us, for This Journey is Truly Your Reward!

What Does Speranza San Clemente Believe?


  • Speranza is the Italian word for Hope.
  • We believe that Hope and Action are necessary for optimal health.
  • We believe you can heal, improve and flourish!
  • We believe small changes can transform your life.
  • We believe decisions and consistent actions drive personal growth in mind, body, spirit wellness.
  • We believe intellect over emotions and values over preferences lead to increased happiness.
  • We believe trust is the bedrock for healthy relationships.
  • We believe that Courage and Action are the keys to open the door to new panoramas of experiences.
  • We believe a core of love and abundance always triumphs over a core of fear and scarcity.

How Does Speranza San Clemente Serve You?


We design personalized health plans and leading-edge Genetic Testing and Counseling for optimal medical and brain health, hormonal balancing, and hope for chronic pain and autoimmune diseases. 

Counseling and Coaching

We specialize in growth mindset development, goal achievement, relationships, weight loss, addiction, anxiety and depression.

and Clinic Consulting

We help you get up and running or even more successful with your functional/regenerative medical practice.

About Speranza San Clemente

  • Patty DiBlasio, MD, MPH
  • Dominic DiBlasio, IBCC, BCBC, BR+NAD SWC

Schedule a Free Consultation with Speranza San Clemente

Schedule your complimentary 15-minute personalized medical, mindset or business consult. 

Want to Share Our Latest Insights?

Then Take a Look at Our Blogs below....

Why I am Hopeful—From Our Door to Yours

Why I am Hopeful—From Our Door to Yours

“All we are saying, is give Peace a Chance”  John Lennon/Yoko Ono

Whenever we put out a Speranza San Clemente blog, we write about a subject that is near and dear to our hearts, often a subject that we are learning about ourselves, so here goes.

Years ago, I used to sing with others the words to the song by Lennon and Ono, “All we are saying, is give Peace a Chance.”

It sounded good and made me feel temporarily better, but the song in itself didn’t really produce a lasting peaceful change in me.

Over the years, I have begun to understand why.

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What, Me Worry?

What, Me Worry?

No matter what age, color, ethnicity, or sex we are, we all seem to have something to worry about. As for me, I have done my fair share of worrying about things that I felt certain would or could happen, but never did. This was followed by being thankful that what consumed my head, never was.

A while back, I learned that worrying happens when I invest too much in future-based thoughts. Just like regrets develop when I allow my predominant thinking to be centered in the past. When I think in the past or the future long enough, I develop a automatic pilot pattern of habitual thinking outside the moment. These patterns of thinking over time can become strong contributors to anxiety, resentment, settling for less, and even depression.

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