|Meet the Doctor|
|Written by Dr. Will Mora|
|Monday, 24 May 2010 06:55|
Dr. Will Mora, M.D. Integrative and Holistic Medicine Physician
Dr. Mora is board-certified in Family Medicine (ABFM). He is also certified by the American Board of Integrative Holistic Medicine (ABIHM) and is a member of the American College for the Advancement in Medicine (ACAM). He studied acupuncture with Dr. Joseph Helms, M.D. at U.C.L.A.-affiliated medical acupuncture program for physicians. He learned traditional prolotherapy at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine with Dr. Jeff Patterson. He studied neural prolotherapy with Dr. John Lyftogt.
Dr. Mora integrates conventional and alternative therapies including nutritional medicine, functional medicine, hormone therapy, mind-body techniques, prolotherapy, and medical acupuncture. He treats illness by looking at the Whole person, not just the disease. He looks for underlying causes of illness including allergies, infections, intestinal imbalances, suboptimal hormone levels, dietary factors, sleep problems, environmental toxins, and stress.
Dr. Mora practices in Sacramento, CA at Health Associates Medical Group, an integrative medicine group. The group includes Dr. Michael Kwiker, D.O., Kirk Hamilton, P.A.-C., Wendy Pomerantz, P.A.-C., Taras Lumiere, D.C., and Ray Ballestero, L.V.N.
Will Mora studied biology at the University of California, San Diego. He was a Peace Corps volunteer in South America for 2 years. He received his M.D. degree at the University of California, Davis School of Medicine. He then did a 3 year family medicine residency with a University of California, San Francisco affiliated-program. After residency, he spent one year in a hospital in Africa working with Mozambican refugees. He volunteered with the Hackett-Hemwall Foundation in Honduras working on a prolotherapy team. He worked with Sutter Health for many years before transitioning to a purely integrative holistic medical practice. Dr. Mora stays fit by running, hiking, mountain biking, climbing, and kayaking.
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