Dr. Kimberly Green is the medical director. She completed her undergraduate degree in Biology at Howard University in Washington DC and obtained her Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree at The Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Green went on to Internship and Residency at David Grant Medical Center on Travis Air Force Base in California.
After leaving the Air Force in 2006, Dr. Green moved to Georgia where she has continued serving patients in primary care and pain management. Dr. Green provides management of common medical conditions to include cholesterol and hypertension as well as treatment for a variety of musculoskeletal conditions. Dr. Green also runs a medically supervised weight loss program and offers testing to identify food sensitivities that may be worsening many medical conditions.
Physicians and surgeons who graduate from osteopathic medical schools are known as physicians or osteopathic medical physicians and hold a professional doctorate, the Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO), in contrast to the more familiar degree, the Doctor of Medicine, or (MD). She chose to pursue Osteopathic medicine for its historically greater emphasis on primary care and holistic health. In the 21st century, the training of osteopathic physicians in the United States is very similar to that of their MD counterparts. DO’s use all the same conventional methods of diagnosis and treatment as MDs. Though still trained in Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine (OMM), a minority of osteopathic physicians use it in actual practice.