The Dragon and Phoenix Healer

“The most rewarding part of my work is to see gratitude in the eyes of my patients.”

3215 Highland Ave. in Manhattan Beach  | 310-545-6528  | DrLeaKelley.com  | thedragonandphoenixhealer.com

 

D r. Lea Kelley is a primary healthcare provider specializing in comprehensive holistic healthcare, including acupuncture, chiropractic, blood chemistry/nutritional analysis, facials, organic supplements, Quantum Reflex Analysis, and non-toxic skin and body care. A Hermosa Beach resident since 1997, she has been practicing holistic healthcare for 15 years. 

After earning a sports medicine degree from Pepperdine University, Dr. Kelley worked with professional athletes, LA Police and Fire Departments and the Secret Service at Centinela Hospital Fitness Institute. She also holds degrees in chiropractic, traditional Oriental medicine and acupuncture. Dr. Kelley offers external and internal detox therapies, mud/clay therapy, G.I. cleansing, liver/gallbladder flush procedures and FIR sauna therapy.

What would you like potential patients to know about you? 

“I have comprehensive testing procedures to find the root(s) of the problem for patients and give them the relief they need. I can test to see how effective your current herbs/supplements are, show you how to eliminate daily toxins from your life, and show you how your current dental health is affecting the function of your body.”

What’s one trend that is changing or defining your specialty today?

“The need for holistic healthcare for people of all ages is growing. People come in with a list of problems that they literally couldn’t find relief for elsewhere. 

What do you like to do for fun, when you’re not at work? 

“I have been marathon running for 21 years, completing 48 marathons so far. I won the 2003 Palos Verdes Marathon, women’s division. I hold 2nd place overall, women’s division, in two other marathons as well. I also do Classic Mao Shen Tao Kung Fu, which is an internal martial art.”

What does the future hold for your practice?

“People need a `guide’ in their healthcare. I do not advise that people self-medicate based on something they read on the internet or otherwise. I can bridge the gap between you and your other healthcare providers so you can take control of your own health once and for all.”

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