Great Smokies Medical Center of Asheville

About Us


Monday through Thursday 8 AM to 4 PM, with the exception of the following holidays: New Years Day, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, and Christmas Day, plus when wintry weather causes hazardous driving conditions.


To provide healthcare guided by professional standards developed through expertise, training, and experience of peers and professional organizations.

To offer safe, high quality, professional services in a caring and supportive atmosphere

To facilitate a healing response with the least invasive and safest approaches possible.

To strive to identify any causes or triggering factors that underlie symptoms.

To know each patient not only medically, but also as a unique person.

To commit to ongoing education of the medical and supportive staff of the Center, striving for the highest standard of healthcare guided by cutting-edge knowledge.

To encourage patients to be informed and involved in their own healthcare decisions, knowing that informed and pro-active recipients of healthcare have better treatment outcomes.

To foster happiness of all who work here, knowing that laughter and fun result in fulfillment both in our lives and in the lives of those who trust their care to us.


-Alzheimer’s disease prevention and treatment
-Bio-identical hormone replacement therapies for men and women
-Breast thermography
-Chelation therapy
-Comprehensive nutritional assessment
-Digestive analysis
-Functional health assessment
-Heart disease risk assessment
-Heavy metal detoxification
-Heidelberg gastric analysis
-Injection therapy
-Intravenous nutritional therapies
-Ionic Footbaths
-Infraspinatus Respiratory Reflex (IRR) for athma
-Neural therapy
-Neurotransmitter assessment and therapy
-Nutritional and metabolic assessment and therapies
-Pulsed Electromagnetic field (PEMF) therapy
-Regenerative Joint Therapy
-Sensitivity Removal Technique
-WatchPAT in-home monitoring for obstructive sleep apnea (OSA)

Conditions that may benefit from our unique approach include:

-Autoimmune disorders
-Candida or yeast overgrowth
-Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
-Cerebrovascular disorders
-Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS)
-Chronic Low Back Pain
-Conditions associated with aging
-Coronary artery disease
-Degenerative joint disease
-Digestive disorders
-Food allergy
-Functional illness (have symptoms, but all tests are normal)
-Heart disease
-Health maintenance
-Heavy metal toxicity
-High blood pressure
-High cholesterol/triglycerides
-Hormonal imbalances
-Low blood sugar
-Metabolic Syndrome
-Mood disorders
-Musculoskeletal disorders
-Neck Pain
-Neurological conditions
-Nutritional deficiencies
-Pain Syndromes
-Peripheral vascular diseases
-Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)
-Peripheral Vascular Disease
-Sleep apnea
-Stress-related health problems

Regarding Fragrances/Tobacco: We thank you and those who accompany you during your visit to Great Smokies Medical Center for refraining from using fragrances and products that contain fragrances. Many of our patients and staff have sensitivities to chemicals in fragrances and have very unpleasant reactions to them. The Medical Center is a smoke-free, tobacco-free facility.

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Integrative Medicine


Featured Content

Advances in Alzheimer’s
   Prevention and Treatment

Is Chelation Right for You?

Tuesday, June 26, 2018
7:00 pm

Jonathan C. Hall,

7 Keys to Restore Brain Health

Monday, May 21st, 2018
6:00 pm

Cynthia Libert, MD
Integrative Holistic Physician

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