Jeannett Martinez, CNP
Board Certified Nurse Practitioner
Member of American Holistic Nurse Association, A4M- American Anti-Aging Association, International Society for Stem Call Application (ISSCA), Empire Medical and Cellular Medicine Association. Independent provider for both western and integrated medicine practice. Bringing medicine back to a more intimate setting to find the most appropriate healing modality unique to each person.
I started my career in medicine at Presbyterian Hospital Downtown. My work experience is a combined 10 years of inpatient hospital medicine and emergency room medicine. Next, I worked rural medicine in primary care, urgent care for 2 years. In May 2020 to February 2021, I took Covid assignments through the NMDOH Medical Reserve Corp to help Navajo Nation, Gallup and Albuquerque. I learned a lot from each place of employment and met wonderful people. More importantly, I learned that I wanted to have more time to spend listening and treating people when they come looking for my help.
I know the value of working in a hospital and the importance of using insurance for medical care. I also learned that type of medicine is good at keeping people alive but lacking to help people thrive.
My own body has been the catalyst to starting this practice. I had 2 hip surgeries and went through menopause by the time I was 37 years old. I was failing conventional medical treatments and needed to start looking outside of the box if I wanted to be well. I started this practice to find my health balance and have been successfully implementing regenerative medicine that has helped me, in my practice.
Office Manager/Co founder
With over 20 years of management Zack enjoys getting to know our patients and the opportunity to connect with many people on their path to wellness.
“Your needs become our needs on your path to wellness.”
Michaela Higgins, LMT
A yogi and spiritual nomad, Michaela fell in love with bodywork when she moved to Albuquerque in early 2019 to begin her studies at the New Mexico School of Natural Therapeutics. There she learned the motto that she uses as the base of all her work,
“Healing begins when we learn to relax.”
Charged with her own health issues in 2012, Michaela left graduate school in 2015 to begin the second half of her life as a spiritual nomad. Volunteering, serving and learning at different yoga ashrams (yoga communities) around the world. For the next 4 years she lived between the Bahamas, New York, Canada and the Bay Area. The majority of Michaela’s work focuses on the body, mind and spirit connection. Thus she prefers to integrate physical tissue manipulation (Swedish/Deep Tissue) with energetic treatments (Polarity Therapy, Trigger Points, Chinese Acupressure Points, CranioSacral, and/or different visualization techniques). Thereby addressing all the needs of the body from the gross (physical) to the subtle (astral/energetic) levels.
As a practitioner and constant student of how to heal the body, Michaela is always exploring new and creative ways to help the body find its way back into balance.
Please contact Michaela directly to inquire about her services as she is an independent therapist