Gabriele Kallenborn. Originally from Germany, I've been in the healing profession for over 30 years. I began my career as a nurse, later training to be a physical therapist and a massage practitioner working in Germany and also Peru. Returning to live in Austria, I advanced my education as a Pediatric Physical Therapist and then moved to Switzerland where I continued to work for a number of years in this specialism.
In 1986, I moved to the US and, keen to develop my career, I attended the Naturopathic College in Portland, Oregon. I successfully completed the board exams and became nationally licensed as a Naturopathic Physician. I moved to Connecticut soon after and shared practice in Greenwich and in 1994 opened my own office in Westport, CT.
Everything I have learned has been a progression and a building on my previous experience. It has broadened my sense of what is possible in the healing process and has given me first hand experience of directly seeing how the body responds to different approaches.
My interests in expanding my skills as a Naturopathic Physician continue to remain strong. Motivated to increase efficiency in my treatment methods, I am constantly exploring and gaining a deeper understanding of my area of specialty.
In 2001 I received my certification from the International Academy of Medical Acupuncture. I then engaged in the study of energy medicine. Initially, I trained in „TBM” (total body modification) and in 2002 I also achieved my certification in Neuro Emotional Technique (NET).
For the past 8 years, I have been practicing Neuromodulation Technique (NMT). NMT is a healing system developed by Dr. Leslie Feinberg and has a profound and lasting healing effect on the body. I use it by itself or in combination with Homeopathy, Acupuncture or Physical Medicine if appropriate.
61 Edgewater Commons Ln, Westport, CT 06880, United States
Digestive Complaints & Skin Problems
Women's Health Issues
Physical Body Complaints Including Back Pain and Sports Injuries
Stress and Low Energy
Male Related Complaints
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)