Dr. Gabrielle LeCompte
 
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Dr. Gabrielle LeCompte has been practicing Functional Medicine with an emphasis on Immunology and proper immune behavior and functioning since establishing Integrated Healing Medicine & Associates in 2004.

She earned her Doctorate of Medicine from the University of Health Sciences Antigua School of Medicine in 2008. She also holds a doctorate in Chinese Medicine from Five Branches School of TCM in Santa Cruz CA. 2001 and a B.S. degree in Kinesiological Sciences from the University of Maryland College Park. She presented her Thesis to the Board of Kinesiological Sciences, “Energy Utilization on Specificity of Endurance Training”.

Dr. LeCompte practices Functional and Personalized Medicine based on Immunopathways and has a vast knowledge of drug toxicities and herb-drug interactions.

Dr. LeCompte is currently part of the Center for Integrative Medicine at ACMC in Oakland CA., an inpatient service program practicing Acupuncture.

She is a Diplomate of Advanced Acupuncture Facial Rejuvenation 2005 and completed a Fellow for DNBAO in Acupuncture Orthopedics 2003.

She is a current board member for the National Board of Internal Medicine for Acupuncture (NBIMA) since 2005.

Dr. LeCompte gave a presentation at Emory Hospital in Atlanta GA on BioEnergetic Medicine/Virtual Medicine in 2007 and World Report on Female Genital Mutilation 2004.

and was a guest lecturer at University of California Berkeley for the Integrated Medical Class, on Herbal Pharmacology Lecture Series (Sept. 2002 - Dec. 2002).

She attended a 2 yearlong internship in 2000 and 2001 for Parkinson’s disease patients to help with recovery using a technique called “Yin Tuina”.

Outside of medicine, Dr Gabrielle LeCompte practices Capoiera Martial Arts and body combat training and belongs to an Organic Community Garden where she grows numerous vegetables and fruits and donates food weekly to the Alameda Food Bank.

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