Dr. Laritta Paolini has background in both eastern and western medicine. She has a Medical Doctor/Biophysicist degree from the Russian State Medical University and Doctorate Degree in Acupuncture from the Maryland University of Integrative Health. She has many years of clinical and research experience as an immunologist. In addition to her Acupuncture practice, she is an instructor in the Biosciences Department at the Maryland University of Integrative Health and a former Senior Research Associate at the International Center for Interdisciplinary Studies of Immunology, Georgetown University Medical Center.
Dr. Laritta Paolini provides an integrative telemedicine which includes customized online consultations to assess patients’ needs. This consultation includes recommendations for tests that will help to find the reasons for an individual patient's symptoms and distress. It also includes nutritional, herbal approaches, essential oils, acupressure and stress management tools. Careful listening and reviewing patients’ blood work and other test results will help designing an individualized treatment plan to relieve symptoms and addressing root cause of complicated, chronic sets of symptoms. This integrative approach can improve and reverse some very difficult conditions like arthritis, chronic fatigue, diabetes, heart problems, insomnia, anxiety, depression and autoimmune diseases. These consultations are design to guide you toward improving your diet, lifestyle, using supplements and herbs to boost your immune system so you are more resilient against any environmental toxins or pathogens. Integrative and holistic approaches are important not only for addressing existing health issues but also for prevention. And this is especially important in today’s world when we are in the midst of COVID19 pandemic.
Dr. Paolini uses the latest research findings on supplements, herbs, diet, and other natural tools for restoring balance in the body's physiology, boosting immune system and harmonizing person’s mental and emotional health.