At Glow Wellness we recognize an inherent, self-healing process in people that is ordered and intelligent. Our bodies want to be well. This innate wisdom is within all of us. No one has to tell your body how to heal a cut on your hand. Your body knows exactly what to do. Nourish it properly with nutrients, oxygen, good thoughts, gratitude and exercise, and it will perform and bring you a new sense of health and vitality.
Whether you are battling a serious health issue, or you are simply looking for preventive, anti-aging care options…. we can help.
LeeJoy Ellis is President of Glow Wellness and has significant experience across both the pharmaceutical and wellness industries. She strongly believes that being stewards of our own health is not optional, but a lifesaving requirement. LeeJoy helps her clients embrace that role, guiding and supporting them in making the healthy choices that positively impact and promote their wellbeing naturally. Having earned a Bachelor of Science from the University of the Witwatersrand, in Johannesburg, South Africa she went on to graduate as a Doctor of Naturopathy in 2012 and received her board certification in 2013, from the American Naturopathic Medical Certification Board.
Dr. Savon has always been interested in what makes living joyful and meaningful and to that end, she has trained in both molecular science and western medicine. Her PhD in biochemistry has enabled her to consider the importance of nutrient metabolism and epigenetics in health, and her MD has trained her in the gifts of psychotherapy and pharmacology to help heal the mind.
Jen has been in the healthcare field for over 20 years, receiving her Bachelor of Nutritional Science from Colorado State University and then going on to receive her nursing degree.
As an RN, Jen focused primarily on orthopedic nursing, seeing first hand how poor lifestyle and diet choices impacted aging and mobility.
Dr. James Silverblatt uses the latest evidence in medical research in conjunction with his 30 plus years of clinical experience to look “upstream” into the complex web of your body’s function to uncover imbalances that lead to symptoms and disease. These consultations are an hour in length.