August 24, 2020

S 3 Ep 7 - An Integrative and Holistic Approach to Medicine with Dr. Ashley Maltz

In this episode of Thrive Bites, I sit down with Dr. Ashley Maltz to discuss what it means to approach in a holistic manner and the basics of Integrative Medicine! Take a listen!

Dr. Maltz is Double Board-Certified in Internal & Integrative Medicine. She earned her MD and Master in Public Health from the University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB) in Galveston followed by completion of her residency in Internal and Preventive Medicine at UTMB in 2011. She then went on to complete a 2-year clinical Integrative Medicine Fellowship at Stamford Hospital in Stamford, CT where she gained extensive training in medical acupuncture. Concurrent with the Fellowship at Stamford Hospital, she completed a 2000-hour distance fellowship in Integrative Medicine through Dr. Andrew Weil's Center For Integrative Medicine at The University of Arizona. 
 
With her background in various healing modalities, Dr. Maltz uses her knowledge of both complementary and mainstream medical traditions to offer up-to-date and individualized health care for her patients. She offers Integrative Primary Care, Integrative Medicine Consultations, Medical Acupuncture, Trigger Point Injections, Mind-Body Medicine, Clinical Nutrition, and Natural Chronic Disease Management with evidence-based use of supplements and botanicals. She is also an advocate for the community as medicine; building a successful network of 1700+ health and wellness professionals in Central Texas called Austin Wellness Collaborative. 
 
Social Media Links:
 
IG: @ashleymaltzmd
 

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