National Integrated Health Associates (NIHA) is pleased to welcome Margarita Kullick, MD.
Margarita Kullick, MD, is a physician with over thirty-five years experience in Internal Medicine and Nephrology. She is trained in functional and holistic medicine and has been practicing anti-aging medicine for the past 20 years. She received her medical degree from Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon, Mexico, and completed her Internal Medicine residency postgraduate studies at Georgetown University Program and Nephrology Fellowship at National Institutes of Health. Dr. Kullick is a member of The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine.
Searching for the Root Cause of Illness
Her search for answers for patients’ ailments led her on a path of natural healing, into the world of functional and alternative medicine. Through this exploration and functional medicine training, she discovered many different ways to help patients take charge of their own health, by both prevention and treatment of the root cause of their ailments or imbalances.
With an aging population, Dr. Kullick saw a special need to assist people on their journey to live longer lives, in good health. Her functional medical approach to anti-aging begins with a comprehensive evaluation and testing for the many markers of senescence (aging), nutrients and hormonal imbalances. She believes that brain function, the mind and body are all part of an orchestra that should be tuned as a whole to achieve the best result for the patient.
Areas of Interest
Holistic primary care- adults
Anti-aging – BHRT, hormone balancing, cellular aging
Disease management and prevention- diabetes, heart disease, kidney disease, hypertension, chronic fatigue/fibromyalgia, arthritis
Depression and anxiety
Brain health and memory loss
Margarita Kullick, MD, is board certified in Internal Medicine and bilingual in English and Spanish. She is active in the local community, loves spending time with her family, and is a published short story writer and medical writer for a Hispanic community publication.
Dr. Kullick is currently accepting new patients.
Please call 202-237-7000, or use the form below to request an appointment.