Dr. Cresencia Felty is an expert in natural and integrative medicine to consult with in acute and chronic medical conditions. Dr. Felty creates safe and noninvasive solutions to help people improve health, navigate life transitions, and feel better. She went the conventional route in healthcare to heal a chronic medical condition of her own, only to end up at a dead end. Dr. Felty decided to pursue education and clinical training in healing-oriented integrative medicine that considers the whole person, not just their symptoms. Naturopathic medicine makes use of all appropriate therapies, both conventional and alternative.
Dr. Felty teaches that primary care is self care for the mind, body, emotions, and spirit. Her goal is to encourage and empower others to wellness and wholeness with simple and safe solutions that can be applied every day. Dr. Felty is dedicated to improving people’s health and self healing abilities. She recognizes that there is not, a, one size fits all treatment, that works for everyone. She refers to medication and surgery as a last resort or in acute trauma. She believes in a team-based approach to healthcare by working with primary care providers, specialists, and surgeons. She educates her clients on ways to reduce risks and side effects of drugs and surgery; and to accelerate healing. She also teaches her clients to create boundaries and own their individual and unique power. After a visit with her, every person receives individualized recommendations, uniquely tailored to them and their health goals.
What health conditions can Dr. Felty help me with?
Dr. Felty is a results specialist that can teach you how to improve your health and measure the results. Patients can experience improvement of various health conditions: fatigue, inflammation, heart disease, diabetes, depression, anxiety, back pain, arthritis, acne, thyroid, liver, or kidney disorders, insomnia, lyme disease, hormone imbalance, infertility, pregnancy, EBV/CMV, allergies, and digestive problems, especially Ulcerative Colitis and Irritable Bowel Syndrome.