Dr. Marcelle Miller is a “seeker.” When diagnosed with breast cancer in 1994, she sought alternative therapies and embarked on healthy lifestyles changes. ese required commitments on her part, but Hope to Help is now a bene ciary of her self-exploration.
Marcelle traveled to Boulder, Co during the late nineties to attend the Hanna Kroeger School of Natural Healing where she studied, Naturopathy, Homeopathy and was certi ed in Reiki. In 1998 she completed college credits in Nutrition from Trinity School of Natural Health.
e millennium brought Marcelle back to the east coast where she attended the Atlantic Institute of Oriental Medicine, Acupuncture and Herbology. ere she earned a Master’s of Oriental Medicine and was board certied by NCCAOM as a Doctor of Oriental Medicine in 2001.
Marcelle’s post-graduate studies took her on adventures most of us can only of dream of. She attended Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Herbology and did her residency in Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese medicine at Sino Japanese Friendship Hospital during 2001 and 2002. ere she completed rotations in internal medicine, dermatology, acupuncture, gynecology, and herbology and two rotations in oncology.
Ever on the move, Marcelle made her way to the west coast and received her NAET certi cation (Nambudripad Allergy Elimination) in Los Angeles, CA in 2002. is treatment helps desensitize the body from allergies and food sensitivities which can bene t digestive issues a er having received chemotherapy and/or radiation.
In 2005, Marcelle attended continuing education classes in Acupuncture for the Cancer Patient at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York. Because of this training, she had the honor of treating Memorial Sloan-Kettering patients while they wintered in Florida as well as her local cancer patients from nearby hospitals.
All of her education and experience has been applied to very good use. For ten years Marcelle was in private Acupuncture practice in West Palm Beach, FL. specializing in the treating patients from side effects from chemo and radiation therapy, NAET, and various ailments addressed by Traditional Chinese Medicine.
e Mind Body Institute of Jupiter, FL employed Marcelle as an NAET practitioner and acupuncture physician. She also went on the become a Qi Gong instructor at the Sari Center of Cancer in West Palm Beach. And until recently, Marcelle worked as an Acupuncture Physician at Ambrosia Treatment Center for Addictions in West Palm Beach, Fl.
Now Marcelle brings her talents to Hope to Help and will conduct sessions in food therapy, acupuncture, acupressure, auricular therapy, injection therapy, bio photon therapy, laser therapy and homeopathy. In addition, Marcelle will help our clients with nutritional counseling, anxiety, dry mouth, headaches, digestive issues, insomnia, pain management, and relaxation through positive creative imagery.
We are pleased to welcome Dr. Marcelle M.J. Miller to our staff. She brings a wealth of knowledge and compassion to her patients and to our foundation.