Great Smokies Medical Center of Asheville

Kamila Fore

Kamila Fore portraitKamila Fiore, ARNP, NP-C

Kamila received her MSN degree as an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) from the University of Florida in 2007. Additionally, she completed a Fellowship in Metabolic and Nutritional Medicine and earned certification in Chelation Therapy through the American College for Advancement in Medicine. She brings 14 years of experience as a Certified Nurse Practitioner to Great Smokies Medical Center, having most recently practiced at Asheville Integrative Medicine. She provides health care to patients 16 years and older. Her patients say she is focused, positive, engaging and thorough.

Kamila believes that, like a fingerprint, each person and their environment are unique and is therefore committed to providing individualized medicine to each patient to optimize their health. Kamila’s natural philosophy of health care has roots in her birthplace, Poland, where she learned from the cumulative wisdom of three generations of natural healers in her family who were skilled in the use of plant-based medicine.

Kamila uses an investigative approach to understand her patients’ health concerns, often finding clues in their life stories and timeline as she seeks to identify the root causes of their health concerns. Kamila treats hypothyroidism, Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, hypertension, diabetes, obesity, autoimmune conditions, food allergy and intolerance, mood disorders and more. She is trained and practiced in the use of bio-identical hormone replacement therapies and provides counseling in nutrition and exercise and addresses conditions of aging by promoting metabolic resilience often through lifestyle changes.

“Kamila excels in clinical practice through her exceptional ability to foster and engage her patients in patient-provider relationships, the very foundation of clinical practice” said Dr. John Wilson. “She is a quick study, enjoys the challenge of helping her patients and feels her work is her life’s calling.”

Adding to her 14 years of experience in integrative healthcare, Kamila completed an intensive 2-month clinical practicum working side-by-side with John L. Wilson, Jr., M.D. in numerous modalities including Neural Therapy that identifies and treats interference fields including scars or old injuries that can perpetuate dysfunction and symptoms. Kamila is one of a small number of providers nationally who administer the Infraspinatus Respiratory Reflex (IRR), the lifework of Harry Philibert, M.D., that brings hope to those with acute or chronic respiratory disease by treating trigger points in the infraspinatus muscle that, if untreated, can perpetuate asthma, COPD or pneumonia that is slow to resolve. She has seen the benefit of this little-known injection that offers a new approach to patients suffering with chronic or acute respiratory health concerns with the hope of reducing drugs (and their side effects) taken for their condition.  She is excited about increasing her skills through training made available to her through the large and growing Forum Health network of providers.

Kamila is married and has traveled extensively abroad. She also enjoys hiking, reading, drawing, learning about medicinal properties of herbs and spending time with family and friends.

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