Dr. Brett Fuller is a 1983 graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic. He has been in practice in Annandale, Virginia since 1984. He served as an extension faculty for Palmer College in 1989 and 1990.He is a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician (1993). He became a fellow of the International Academy of Medical Acupuncture in 1999. Dr Fuller has participated in various community service raising $3,400 in two weeks for the Make a Wish Foundation. In 2004 he participated in the Chiropractic version of Doctors without Borders in Central America (Panama) and treated hundreds of patients. Presently he is pursuing certification with the Board of Chiropractic Internist.
"My philosophy in treatment of patients is the golden rule to treat patients like you would want to be treated. I want my patients to be proactive in restoring, detoxifying, and maintaining their health by using whole foods and herbs to build the foundations of health. I continue to learn and by combining the knowledge of time honored principles and new ideas patients can make breakthroughs in achieving their health goals."
"Let us help you add life to your years and years to your life."
Dr. Kim is a board certified family practice physician who practices integrative and holistic medicine. As she puts it, "There is no other way to practice responsibly unless it is holistic."
After nine years of practice, the sobering reality of the inadequacies of the current pharmaceutical-based medical model set in. This realization fueled the quest for a more functional and holistic approach to health. Shifting the focus away from disease and moving towards prevention and wellness has been her primary goal with her clients. Starting from the basics with nutrition and healthy living to awareness of potential environmental toxins and how it affects the body, her personal quest is to empower her clients through education and equipping them with tools to make positive and sustainable life changes.
Dr. Kim is a graduate of Loma Linda University and completed her residency at Riverside Regional Medical Center, an affiliate program of The Medical College of Virginia/VCU.
First: Comprehensive Intake and Assessment including traditional and nontraditional diagnostics as pertains to your individual makeup.
Second: Reduction and Detoxification of harmful influences to your bodyâ€”heavy metals, chemicals, immune challenges (i.e. parasites, yeast, etc), food intolerances, EMF, structural imbalance, energetic alterations, emotional mind/body interruptions, and environmental exposures.
Third: Supporting your body through custom designed nutritional/herbal/homeopathic supplementation, proper diet, water intake, exercise, stress reduction, environmental changes.
Lastly, trusting in the wisdom of the innate ability of the body and mind to heal.