Wellness is an active process of becoming aware of and making choices toward a healthy and fulfilling life. Wellness is more than being free from illness, it is a dynamic process of change and growth. Maintaining an optimal level of wellness is absolutely crucial to live a higher quality life. 

Source: UC Davis


Qwell is like having a doctor in the family
Take a look below to see who we recommend

Education: Simmons College, BS in Clinical Nutrition, New York University, MS
Practice/Affiliations: Private practice
Areas of Expertise: Weight loss, Gut Health, Autoimmune conditions, Functional Medicine, DUTCH test, Supplements, Whole Food Diet Therapy
Recommended by: Rachel Bregman
Location: Greater NYC area, Virtual Consults Available

Education: University of Texas at Austin Medical Branch, MD; Harvard Medical School Acupuncture, Nalanda Institute Contemplative Psychotherapy
Affiliations: Columbia University, Nalanda Institute
Areas of Expertise: Medical Acupuncture, Mind-Body Medicine, Medicinal Herbs and Botanicals
Recommended by: Bertie Bregman
Office Location: Midtown

At the Motherhood Center, we recognize that becoming a mom isn’t always easy. Sometimes there can be moments of joy, but there can also be moments when you feel anxious or sad. If you have these feelings sometimes or a lot of the time, you are not alone, it’s not your fault, and you can feel better with the right help.

Office Location: Midtown

Education: University of Wisconsin, Columbia University, University of Arizona
Affiliations: Columbia University
Areas of Expertise: Integrative and Functional Women’s Health
Recommended by: Pooja Shah
Office Location: Murray Hill