This Saturday, March 11, 2017 is an opportunity to meet Dr. Steve Piechota and have a free consultation at Medical Arts Health & Nutrition Center, 140 Pine Street, Bristol CT; phone: 860-584-5071. (Hours: 10:00am to 4:00pm)
Medical Arts Health & Nutrition Center promotes a guided self-care system which seeks to integrate conventional, allopathic medicine with several alternative disciplines, e.g.: clinical nutrition, herbal medicine, homeopathy, ayurvedic and oriental medicine.
Dr. Stephen Piechota, Pharm D., CNC, received his B.S. from University of Connecticut School of Pharmacology, and his Doctorate of Clinical Therapeutics Degree from Idaho State University.
Piechota practiced pharmaceutical medicine for 40 years before he retired from that profession to pursue his dream of bringing real healthcare and enlightenment to his fellow-man.
To further his knowledge in the art of holistic healing, Dr. Piechota has taken comprehensive training in clinical nutrition and naturopathic medicine, as well as read and studied countless books on the subject.
He is fervent in his belief in serving the highest of principles, truth and God, and is totally dedicated to provide healthcare to his fellow-man.
Dr. Steve, as his patients like to call him, is the creator of the Medical Arts Health & Nutrition Centers, and the concept known as “Via Nova”. Via Nova literally means “A New Way”, and in this case, a new way to better health.
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