Naturopathic Medical Articles
Mary Ellen Coulter, MD, CCH
Dr. Mary Ellen Coulter is a Board Certified Medical Doctor, specializing in Family Practice with an emphasis on Integrative Medicine. Dr. Coulter believes in a holistic approach to health care incorporating nutrition, exercise, homeopathy, supplements and mind-body medicine. She views the doctor/patient relationship as a shared partnership and she treats patients of all ages. Dr. Coulter is certified in Classical Homeopathy (CCH) with a special interest in Homeopathy* for constitutional and acute pain or illness. Her approach to holistic family medicine includes adolescents, men, women and children. She prefers to address overall health and lifestyle, discussing the use of nutritive supplements, medications, diet and exercise as well as meditation. She does not prescribe medications for ADD or Chronic Pain. As a medical doctor, she offers primary care and annual wellness exams including women’s health, breast exams and PAP smears. She specializes in Bio-Identical Hormones, Thyroid conditions and Hormonal Imbalance. Mary Ellen also has personal experience with knee replacement surgery and is able to provide assistance and recommendations with post-operative issues. Other Conditions Dr. Coulter Treats Include: Fatigue, Fibromyalgia, Anxiety, Depression, Stress Disorders, Colds, Flus, Ear, Sinus and Throat infections, Bronchitis, Asthma, Skin conditions like eczema, hives and psoriasis, Gastrointestinal Issues- Irritable Bowel, Colitis, Constipation, Diarrhea, Bladder infections, vaginitis, Chronic illness including Diabetes, Arthritis, Cardiovascular Disorders including high blood pressure and high cholesterol. *Homeopathy is a form of energy medicine based on the principle, “like cures like.” That is, if a substance can cause symptoms of disease in a healthy person, then it can cure illness in a person suffering from similar symptoms. The homeopathic medicine, or remedy, is given in extremely small, diluted amounts, and balances the symptoms rather than opposing or suppressing them as is done in conventional medicine. It can be used safely in people of all ages, including infants, children, the elderly and pregnant women.