"I am so impressed with the
office and the staff. Everyone is so
caring. I feel so well cared for.
This is priceless to me."
"By looking at the whole patient,
we work to heal at the root causes of
illness—not just the symptoms." —Miriam Rahav, M.D.
"I didn't know where
to turn. My body wasn't functioning
correctly. Dr. Kellman quickly recognized
my symptoms. Finally, I have my
"To improve healing,
nutrition is key. The right balance
will unlock your body's natural
state of good health."
At the Kellman Center, we take an integrative and functional approach to patient care that includes conventional and holistic medicine. We look deeper, moving beyond traditional tests to get a complete picture of each person’s physical condition. By identifying and treating the root causes of health issues, we help patients achieve their optimal health.
Thyroid function plays a key role in overall health and well-being. We evaluate the thyroid’s effects on all biological systems to uncover the source of your health issues. Read More
We reverse autoimmune disease by identifying and treating its deeper causes. We understand how the complex relationships among the microbiome, gut health, and toxicity affect healing. Read More
The ever-changing nature of Lyme disease makes its diagnosis and treatment challenging. Understanding this disease and its co-infections allows comprehensive therapy that provides relief. Read More
Frequently misunderstood, gastrointestinal disorders are often treated on a superficial level. We help patients heal their gut by restoring balance to this critical system. Read More
By addressing overall system function, we can slow the decline and, in some cases, reverse the damage of neurological disease—even at advanced stages. Read More
Autism is fast becoming an epidemic in the U.S. Our comprehensive, personalized treatment approach helps children reach their full potential. Read More
We work with patients to help alleviate the side effects of conventional treatment and address the underlying health issues that may contribute to disease. Read More