Saturday, June 21, 2008
Wonderful New Physician Joining Us!
We are thrilled to announce that Dr. Charlotte Massey will be joining our practice at the Center for Integrative Medicine in July, 2008. She is a superb clinician, extremely bright, and facile with women's health issues as well as primary care for men, women, and children. I give her my highest recommendation! Read on....
"When I approach any health condition, my focus must be on the individual. I am committed to making a difference by optimizing my patients' health and providing them with a positive healthcare experience."
Dr. Charlotte Massey is a Naturopathic physician and as well as a licensed Acupuncturist. As a primary care provider, Dr. Massey provides healthcare that integrates the best of Western, Naturopathic and Chinese medicine. She is a skilled medical detective who specializes in uncovering difficult core issues that convention medicine overlooks. She is especially adept in treating complex digestion issues. She works with people of all ages and her areas of special interest include women's health, particularly gynecology and infertility, allergies and food sensitivities, and fatigue and stress.
Dr. Massey is a licensed Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine with a degree from Bastyr University. During her clinical training Dr. Massey specialized in integrative oncology at Highline Hospital in Burien, Washington and integrative HIV/AIDS care both at the Bastyr Center for Natural Health and Harborview Hospital in Seattle, WA. Her background includes humanitarian work in Africa as a Peace Corp volunteer.
To make an appointment with Dr. Massey or for more information, call 510.893.3907.
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