Farren obtained her medical degree from the University of Texas Medical school in Austin, where she has practiced family medicine for the last 17 years. She also has training in integrative and holistic medicine.
Ferrin is board certified in internal and preventive medicine. She has further training in medical acupuncture and nutritional medicine. Her passion is in Natural Chronic Disease Management.
After becoming a medical doctor, Farron went on to be licensed in acupuncture and oriental therapy. Her focus is in classic Chinese Medicine, using herbs and essential oils as well as other modalities.
Our bodies are quite adept at repairing themselves. We use methods that aid that natural ability with modalities like acupuncture, nutrition, laser therapy and physical manipulations, like myofascial release and cupping.
We believe many illnesses are caused by the toxins in our foods. Avoiding manufactured ingredients and pesticides reduces the harmful substances entering our bodies. Replacing them with cleaner, more organically grown food and natural plant remedies aids the body in healing itself and preventing future disease.
Yoga integrates with holistic medicine as it has been found treat the whole person. Yoga therapy increases flexibility and stamina, improves pain and anxiety and enhances the immune system. Yoga therapy focuses not only on physical health, but wellness of the mind and emotions.