Alternative Therapist / Holistic Healer in Milford, CT

Mary Battilocchi, N.D.

Mary Battilocchi | N.D. | Alternative Therapist / Holistic Healer photo
Treating the Cause, Not Just the Disease
Herbal Medicine, Homeopathy, Acupuncture, Clinical Nutrition
Dr. Battilocchi received her naturopathic doctor degree from Bastyr University of Naturopathic Medicine in 1993, and is board certified to practice in CT. Her specialies include: herbal medicine, homeopathy, acupuncture, clinical nutrition, and physical medicine. Allergies, women's health and children's health are among her specialties. Among the conditions treated are: acne, skin conditions such as eczema, Lymes and tick bourne diseases, ADD, ADHD, anxiety, depression, insomnia, heart conditions including high blood pressure and cholesterol, thyroid,blood sugar, digestive complaints including irritable bowel, hypo and hypermotility, reflux, constipation, etc; musculo-skeletal complaints including low back pain, joint pain, arthritis, chronic muscle pain, fatigue, colds and flu, ear aches, sore throats, boosting the immune system, EBV, bio-identical hormones in women, hormone balancing in men and women, infertility, treatment of gyn disorders, weight loss, stop smoking protocol, vitamin analysis, cancer adjunct therapy, detoxification from heavy metals such as mercury, lead, arsenic, cadmium, and others, clinical assessment of diet including proper nutrition, allergy treatment for both environmental and food allergies. Dr. Battilocchi does routine lab testing at her office, and also does specialty testing such as delayed food allergy testing not done locally, as well as speciialty hormone and adrenal testing. Diagnositic imaging is also ordered at her office, including X-ray, CT scans, mammography, ultrasound, according to the patients needs.
Dr. Mary Battilocchi is a Naturpathic Doctor, with a degree in Naturopathic Medicine from Bastry University of Naturopathic Medicine, in WA state. She is board certified in the State of CT to practice Naturopathic Medicine, and has been in practice since 1993. Dr. Battilocchi obtained her Biology degree from Hunter College, N.Y.C., and has a minor in psychology. She has studied homeopathy form a variety of homeopaths including Dr. Andre Saine, Dr. Farokh Masters, Dr. Banerjea, Dr. Will Taylor, and others, and uses homeopathy for both acute and chronic conditions in her office. In addition she has trained in acupuncture at Bastyr University of Naturopathic Medicine.
Practice Areas
 Alternative / Holistic Healing  Homoeopathic Medicine
 Coronavirus/COVID-19 Issues
 Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine (N.D.)
Bastry University of Naturpathic Medicine from 1987 to 1993. Degree in Naturpathic Medicine.
National Center of Homepathy
Biomedical Research Institute in herbal research
Payments Accepted
Insurance accepted: Aetna, Cigna, Connecticare, Blue Cross, Oxford Freedom, credit cards, check, cash.
Hours:M,T,W, and Friday from 9:00 to 4:00.
License:000149, CT
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Mary Battilocchi, N.D., Milford
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2068 Bridgeport Ave.
MilfordCT 06460
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