We are sorry, but at this time MyCatholicDoctor does not have any participating Podiatry providers licensed in the state of Tennessee. For most clinical services, our providers are required by law to be licensed in the state where you are located. We are recruiting new providers all the time, so check back soon.
Please see our complete list below of MyCatholicDoctor providers currently available in Tennessee.
Dr. Koestner sees patients of all ages for primary care. She is especially interested in restorative fertility and women's health. She is a Billings Ovulation and FEMM method medical consultant.
Gabria sees patients age 18+ for personalized medical care. She specializes in functional medicine, personalizing her care of each patient for their unique needs. She is especially passionate about thyroid regulation, hormonal balancing, and treatment of gastrointestinal and autoimmune disorders.
Dr. Craig Turczynski helps couples who desire to achieve pregnancy while under the guidance of the woman's physician. He will teach and coach the couple on use of the Billings Ovulation Method® and help them identify the period of fertility. When couples are experiencing infertility or the woman has an endocrine or metabolic issue, he will become a member of the health care team to expedite successful treatment.
Dr. Leahy sees children/adolescents and adults for general mental health and behavioral needs. He provides both psychotherapy and medication management with the goal of addressing root causes of mental health needs. Dr. Leahy also works with first responders and their unique needs.
Aimee Gustitis advises those caring for an aging spouse, parent or sibling how to comfortably and confidently age in place. She offers both individual sessions and family conferences. Contact Aimee to see how she can aid your family to find peace during this difficult time.
Matthew coaches care partners (caregivers) of persons living with Alzheimer’s or related dementias in strategies to make the best of a challenging situation. Appointments are typically for care partners so that they can speak frankly, however, they may include the person living with dementia if that is preferred. He also facilitates care partner support groups online to help them find fellowship and brainstorm solutions together. Support groups are also offered for persons living with dementia in the early stages. To Matthew, it is a privilege partnering with families to see what can be done to live life to its fullest.
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