Eleven Eleven Wellness Center
We at the Eleven Eleven Wellness Center are committed to creating sustainable wellness. We offer patient-centered care to help people get healthy and keep them healthy. Our treatment strategies take an integrative approach by combining Western Medicine with what are considered "alternative therapies." We promote lifestyle changes through diet, nutrition, exercise and stress management and our clinicians use a variety of non invasive modalities such as Acupuncture, Physical Therapy, Chiropractic, Active Release Technique and Nutrition Counseling. Although we try to avoid Pharmaceuticals, we do prescribe them when necessary. We consider the uniqueness of each patient and how both internal and external factors impact functioning. We encourage our patients to become pro-active in their own health and partner with them as they journey towards true health and optimal wellness.
Frank Lipman MD
Frank is the founder and director of the Eleven Eleven Wellness Center in New York City, where his personal blend of Western and many “other” medicines, has helped thousands of people recover their energy and zest for life.He received his initial medical training is South Africa, qualifying in 1979 and emigrated to the United States in 1984. He became board certified in internal medicine and served as Chief Medical Resident in his final year of residency at Lincoln Hospital in N.Y.C. While practicing Western Medicine, he became more and more aware of both the weaknesses and strengths of his training. He then began to study acupuncture and Chinese Medicine, nutrition, Herbal Medicine, biofeedback, meditation and yoga before founding the Eleven Eleven Wellness Center in 1992.
He is the author of 2 books, Total Renewal: 7 Key Steps to Resilience, Vitality and Long Term Health (Tarcher/Putnam 2003) and Revive: Stop Feeling Spent and Feel Great Again (Fireside/Simon and Schuster 2009).
Tina Discepola MD
Tina, a native New Yorker, practices Integrative Holistic Medicine in NY. A Graduate of the UAG Medical School in Guadalajara, Mexico, she completed a residency in Emergency Medicine at Metropolitan Hospital Center in NYC and became board-certified (ABEM) in 1996. She practiced full-time Emergency Medicine until 2006. She began to explore the world of alternative therapies while dealing with some personal health struggles of her own. It wasn’t until her daughter was born with a serious congenital cardiac condition that Dr. Discepola was able to truly experience the healing power of acupuncture, cranial-sacral manipulation, and herbal therapies. As her personal journey in holism evolved, so did her medical practice. She became a Certified Acupuncturist in 1999, and quickly integrated Acupuncture as well as Guided Imagery and Visualization/ Relaxation techniques in her patient encounters. 10 years ago, Dr. Discepola became very interested in the role that inflammation played in the various chronic ailments that plagued most of her patients. She quickly learned the key role that an inflammatory diet, inactive lifestyle, negative thoughts, and hormonal decline played in all of the major illnesses that she sought to heal.Dr. Discepola now fully dedicates her practice to the art of creating health and longevity through whole food dieting, nutritional therapy, and Bio-identical Hormone Replacement therapy. Dr. Discepola is a Diplomate of the American Board of Integrative Holistic Medicine (ABHIM), and a Diplomate of the American Board of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M). She is an active member of The American College for the Advancement of Medicine (ACAM), The American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M), and The American Academy of Integrative Holistic Medicine (AAIHM). She lives in Westchester County with her two children, and most evening and weekends, can usually be found in her vegetable garden.
Keren Day DC
Keren, born and raised in Great Neck, New York is a graduate of Hofstra University and New York Chiropractic College, Seneca Falls, New York. After graduating with honors, Keren completed her internship in acute care and musculoskeletal rehabilitation at the Levittown Chiropractic Health Center where she deepened her skills in the treatment of acute spinal disorders. While in Chiropractic school Keren became a Certified Active Release Technique (A.R.T.) specialist which has greatly enhanced her diagnostic skills and the range of conditions she is able to treat effectively. ART, developed specifically to deal with soft tissue injuries, is the most advanced, non-invasive treatment currently available for muscle, tendon, ligament, and fascia injuries. Keren became a Black Belt in Mixed Martial Arts in 1999, giving her an additional hands-on skill in understanding muscle and joint injury. She continues to study, her interests focusing on nutrition, biomechanics, ergonomics, and diagnostics to assure that she is up to date with the constantly evolving field of muscle injury. On her free time Keren volunteers treating competitors in triathalons and marathons in the tristate area.
Kate Horrigan PT
Kate is a licensed physical therapist who brings with her over 20 years of experience working with both pediatric and adult clients. Kate completed her physical therapy training at NYU in 1987, and in 1995 graduated from a year long Australian-based intensive manual therapy program through Kaiser in Hayward, CA. Kate has obtained her certification in NDT (neurodevelopmental technique), has some training in ART (active release technique), has studied craniosacral therapy, and is presently completing her certification in zero balancing.
Scott Berliner RPH
Scott received a BA in Biology from Brooklyn College, and a BS in Pharmacy from Brooklyn College School of Pharmacy and has been licensed since 1977. He is a Registered Pharmacist, and is certified in Basic, Sterile, and Veterinary Compounding. Scott is also a Natural Pharmacist and a Nutritional Educator. He is the owner and President of Life Science Pharmacy, Life Science Nutrition, and VetRx. Mr. Berliner is a member of the American Pharmaceutical Association, Pharmacists Society of the State of New York, IACP (International Association of Compounding Pharmacists) and The Professional Compounding Center of America. He is married with a 17 year-old son and an 19 year-old daughter; and he resides in Monroe, New York.Scott Berliner has lectured extensively about nutrition, anti-aging, natural hormone replacement therapy, AIDS, hepatitis, and cancer. He has spoken at GMHC on natural approaches to hepatitis. He talked about natural healing in pediatrics for NOMADOCS at The Children’s Aid Society. Mr. Berliner made a presentation to the social workers at the Actors Fund about basic health and diet for persons with HIV. He spoke at Beth Israel Medical Center’s Continuum Center for Health and Healing about the compounding of natural products for functional medicine. Mr. Berliner speaks regularly at Friends in Deed about issues related to autoimmune illnesses. In addition, he has spoken in 2004 at Omega Institute on women’s health issues and in 2005 at the Open Center in N.Y.C. on integrating functional medicine into a traditional medical practice.
Tony Lyon MD
It is a unique time in health care. The opportunity to push past the previous limitations of a one-size-fits-all strategy for healing now exists. Resulting from the tremendous need for answers to common health problems and the suffering they cause, a new methodology has been forged. Accompanying this change is a new breed of physician dedicated to facilitating patient-centered care. At Eleven Eleven Wellness, Dr. Lyon begins broadly, addressing each person as a comprehensive being, to form a team-based, patient-physician dynamic.
As a physician in Louisiana and then on Long Island, Dr. Lyon experienced the shortcomings of standardized treatment regimens and sought a more effective approach. He first attended conferences designed by the Institute of Functional Medicine (IFC), that teaches a thorough and integrated model, in order to elucidate the cause for a patient's health concerns. Subsequently, he completed over 300 hours of instruction at McMaster University learning Contemporary (Neurofunctional) Medical Acupuncture. Using the latest IFC research, that focuses attention on an individual as a specific expression of genes, added to the accurate placement of neurofunctionally applied acupuncture, a new way of understanding patients' chronic conditions now exists. Furthermore, through this combination of knowledge, the quick restoration of balance, the firm establishment of health and the sound promotion of healing is truly possible.
Kerry Bajaj is a Certified Health Coach at the Eleven Eleven Wellness Center. She works one-on-one with patients to create healing plans based on nutrient-dense whole foods. She helps patients achieve their health goals including weight loss, improved digestion, stress reduction and exercise. Kerry works with a wide range of patients but is particularly fascinated by digestion and digestive health. As a vegetarian, she is also able to provide support around thriving on a plant-based diet. Kerry is a graduate of Georgetown University and the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, and is certified by Columbia University Teachers College in holistic health. She has been mentored in functional medicine under Dr. Frank Lipman since 2010. She has run four marathons, is a certified yoga teacher and writes about health and wellness at www.kerrybajaj.com.
Katrine van Wyk
Katrine is a certified holistic health and nutrition coach. She moved to New York from Norway in 2006 as a model but left the industry soon after to complete her studies at the New School.
She practices a holistic approach to wellness and nutrition and looks at how all areas of our lives are connected. Food sensitivities and allergies are common issues in todays society and Katrine works to help people discover the foods that heal them. Katrine works with her clients to create a happy, healthy life in a way that is flexible, fun and rewarding.
She is a graduate of The New School University and the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and is certified by the AADP (America Association of Drugless Practitioners) in Holistic Health. She is also a certified 200RYT Yoga Teacher. She loves escaping the city for new travel and culinary adventures and spending time outdoors.
Jenny Sansouci is an AADP (American Association of Drugless Practitioners) Certified Health Coach. She graduated from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, and has a certificate in Food Therapy (Food and Healing) from the Natural Gourmet Institute. She's the publisher of HealthyCrush.com, where she writes about nutrition, health, yoga and personal development. Jenny's life is an intoxicating love affair with whole foods nutrition, natural health and high vibes, and she aims to show others that living a healthy life can be fun, pleasurable, and delicious.
Courtney is a certified nutrition and wellness coach helping busy professionals achieve their health objectives. She assists clients in attaining sustainable weight loss, reducing food cravings, increasing energy and managing stress. With 15 years experience in the corporate world (most recently at Disney), Courtney understands first hand the challenges of maintaining a healthy, balanced lifestyle while juggling a successful career and family.
Courtney is a graduate of Boston College and the Institute of Integrative Nutrition. She is also accredited by the American Association of Drugless Practitioners. Courtney is a life long athlete and trained for the 1992 Summer Olympics. She loves staying active by running marathons, practicing yoga and keeping up with her two year old son.
Jennifer is a Holistic Health Coach focused on empowering patients to take ownership of their overall well being. By helping them make sustainable dietary changes and bring awareness to their habitual eating patterns, and encouraging them to find balance in their outlook, she has had the privilege of supporting countless people as they make profound shifts in their health.
Jennifer is a graduate of Marymount Manhattan College and the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, and is a certified yoga teacher. Through years of study and practice, she has become a firm believer that we all have the innate ability to know what works for our own body. Instead of directing clients with standard lists of 'should-do's' Jennifer seeks to act as a partner, sharing information & guidance, but ultimately allowing them to rekindle trust in their own knowledge of what makes them feel best.
Laura Kraber works as a health coach with Dr. Frank Lipman at the Eleven Eleven Wellness Center. She is a certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, helping clients achieve optimal health through following a diet low in sugar and carbohydrates and rich in nutrient-dense whole foods and healthy fats.
When she and her 6 year old son were both diagnosed with Celiac disease in 2011, Laura was inspired to leave her career in digital marketing to study nutrition. Encouraged by the significant improvement in her family's health after removing gluten and processed foods from their diets, Laura works with individuals and families to effect dietary changes that resonate throughout their lives. As a mother of two, Laura is particularly interested in supporting parents in their efforts to feed children appropriately and manage picky eaters.