Edward Levitan

Edward Levitan

Edward knew from a very early age that he wanted to be a physician, and improve the health of those he knew. Edward graduated from Boston University School of Medicine in 2003, and went on to complete his Family Practice residency at Brown University. He has been practicing functional medicine since 2005. When not working, Edward can be found with his family, reading, or working with his coach of 20 years on the “Art of Self.”

Wendie Trubow

Wendie Trubow

Wendie realized she wanted to be a physician after graduating from college, and then went on to take her premedical courses. She graduated from Tufts University School of Medicine in 2000, and went on to complete her residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology. She has been practicing functional medicine since 2009. Wendie works with women to identify the factors that are causing them not to feel well, and then works with them to achieve their greatest health and life balance. When not at work, Wendie spends time with her family, experimenting with gluten and dairy free foods, and practicing Tai Chi and Kung fu, in which she holds a blue belt.

Inbar Israel-Stolovicki

Inbar Israel-Stolovicki

Inbar has been a reflexologist for over 16 years, and originally trained in Israel, where Reflexology is a core component of many treatment programs. She practices coordinative reflexology, which was established by Shmuel Zaidel, and had the privilege of learning from him directly. Inbar is a member of MAR (Massachusetts Association for Reflexology) and RAA (Reflexology Association of America). In her spare time, she spends time with her family, and enhances her 17 year practice of yoga.

Megan Gerber

Megan Gerber

Megan graduated from the University of Connecticut Coordinated Program in Dietietics in 2014 and has been a practicing Registered Dietitian over the past 3 years. Megan cultivated her passion for a functional and integrative approach through her own struggle with the diagnosis of an autoimmune disease. As her symptoms persisted through conventional treatments, she pursued alternative therapies including anti-inflammatory diets, supplementation, acupuncture and mind body therapies and the results amazed her. Megan looks at her diagnosis as a “blessing in disguise” as it has given her a truly empathetic point of view and an appreciation of the importance of treating the whole person. Megan completed her training with Metagenics as a Certified Lifestyle Educator in 2014 and is working towards becoming an Integrative and Functional Nutrition Certified Practitioner through the Integrative and Functional Nutrition Academy. Beyond her love of nutrition, Megan enjoys cooking with friends and family, practicing yoga, and spending time outdoors.