Dr. Christopher Hollis N.D., L.Ac, MSOM802-728-9600 ext 321
Dr. Hollis received a Bachelor of Science in Psychophysiology from Pennsylvania State University. After college he completed a six-year nationally accredited medical program and received a Doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine and Master of Science in Oriental Medicine from the National College of Naturopathic Medicine in Portland, Oregon.
Dr. Hollis treats acute and chronic illness utilizing western and Chinese herbs, acupuncture, homeopathy and clinical nutrition. A specialist in complementary and alternative medicine, he addresses a wide range of conditions in his general practice. He has studied homeopathy in India and Chinese Medical Theory and Qigong in China. He also lectures internationally and is committed to bringing affordable acupuncture to central Vermont. He sees patients in Montpelier and in Randolph
Elise Bennett L.Ac. MSOM802-728-9600 ext 321
Elise Bennett is an acupuncturist and herbalist with training in the Chinese and Western herbal traditions. She takes an individualized approach to health by taking extra time to listen to her patients and understand what is going on within the greater context of their environment and lifestyle. This enables her to address their symptoms, as well as the underlying root causes of their condition. She holds a Master of Science in Oriental Medicine from Southwest Acupuncture College. Her clinical interests include women’s health, fertility, digestive issues, stress and anxiety, insomnia and pain.
Additionally, Elise completed a three year clinical herbalism program at Vermont Center for Integrative Herbalism. This program explored both traditional uses of, and modern research in, plant medicine. Elise believes that the integration of traditional healing practices into modern health care settings enhances patients overall health. She is committed to offering compassionate, gentle and effective care to help her patients. cultivate health and vitality in their lives.