Integrative Medicine in Charlottesville, VA

Each and every one of our patients here in Charlottesville, VA is a Very Important Person to us! In order to rejuvenate our patients and regenerate their health, we utilize elements of conventional medicine as well as the best of rigorously tested natural therapies, to provide you with the best of both worlds.

Because we value our patients so much, we view the doctor-patient relationship as a partnership in which we both work together to return you to overall wellness. We’re committed to making your life better, and so we monitor not only physical symptoms but also mental and social components of your health. Doing so allows us to promote your health and prevent future illnesses, as well as addressing your current health concerns.

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Dr. Gelane Gemechisa

Dr. Gelane Gemechisa provides primary care coupled with an integrative approach to treat the whole person in a dynamic patient-physician partnership. Dr. G combines the best of Primary Care with medical scientific based natural therapies. She treats most medical conditions with focus in women’s health, endocrine (thyroid/adrenal support for fatigue), diabetes, gastrointestinal, pain, cardiovascular, infections, allergies, autoimmune with immune therapies, and much more.

Dr. Valinda Riggins-Nwadike

Dr. Valinda Riggins-Nwadike puts her 15+ years of expertise in women’s health at the service of the Burke community. As a member of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, she is highly qualified for everything from the most routine procedures to gynecological surgery. She uses a combination of conventional and scientifically validated natural therapies to provide her patients with the best selection of treatments possible.

Dr. Avtar Moore

As our Lexington specialist in neuromusculoskeletal medicine, Dr. Avtar Moore maintains a holistic approach to diagnosing and treating injuries and pain. He practices osteopathic manual therapy and follows a preventative medicine method, helping patients avoid illness beforehand rather than waiting to deal with it after it occurs.