An integrative practice that incorporates western eastern and functional medicine is the ideal approach to manage any type of disease, being a medical doctor in my native country (Colombia), allows me to create a bridge between diferent modaltiles order to see the human being as a whole instead of just focusing on the symptoms.Carolina Tellez
Carolina Tellez graduated from medical school El Bosque University, Colombia.
National Board certified in acupuncture, herbs and oriental medicine by NCCAOM.
Master's in oriental medicine.
Bachelor's of Health Science.
Is a licensed acupuncture physician. She is nationally board certified in acupuncture, herbs and oriental medicine. She graduated from medical school in her native country, Colombia, and later received her master's degree in traditional Chinese medicine.
"I believe our body has the capacity to heal itself. My mission is to help people recover their health by striving to identify and treat the root cause of disease instead of just supressing the symptoms.
It is my passion to not only help my patients maintain and restore their health, but also to educate and guide them towards a more optimal lifestyle.
I want to tell people that they are not alone. There is always an alternative for them. The constant pain, those uncomfortable symptoms, and side effects from medication do not have to be their reality. I am commited to work with you one-on-one to support your health and longevity, thus allowing for a more fulfilling life while reducing the risk of the future illness".
Acupuncture is an ancient Chinese method that encourages our body to promote natural healing by inserting thin needles into specific points that create physiological and biochemical changes in order to treat a wide variety of diseases.
Acupuncture stems from Traditional Chinese Medicine; a health system originated more than 2,500 years ago. The theory behind acupuncture states that the disruption in the flow of energy known as "qi" within the body is the cause of illnes. A smooth flow of such energy is necessary to keep the balance between body, mind and spirit.