DR. PRAM'S STORY

K. Pramila Vishvanath, L.C.E.H., P.A., N.D.

Naturopathic Physician, Director of the Integrated Health Center

(203) 259-2700

The Integrated Health Center was founded by Dr. Pram as a result of her lifelong desire to share the benefits of a natural lifestyle with others. Currently licensed to practice in Connecticut, Arizona and Hawaii, her long list of accomplishments include:

Starting the first Homeopathic study group, the Connecticut Homeopathic Association, in 1985

Starting the Naturopathic residency program at Griffin Hospital in 1998

Facilitating the first online botanical medical program under the auspices of Quinnipiac College in 2001

Serving as President of the Connecticut Society of Naturopathic Physicians in 2001

Dr. Pram enjoys relating how her passion to help others through the science of naturopathy began…

“My introduction to natural medicine was through my mother who always took me to the local homeopathic physician for all my childhood illnesses. Growing up in India I was enveloped with the Ayurvedic traditions passed down through several generations.

I graduated Summa Cum Laude from the Bombay Homeopathic Medical College in 1965, then served as the Chief Resident of the Government Homeopathic Medical Hospital in Bombay. In 1967, I immigrated to the USA. I received my Physician’s Assistant certification in 1977 from Rutgers University and worked as a PA for many years in the UK and Connecticut. In 1990, I graduated from the National College of Naturopathic Medicine (NCNM) in Portland, Oregon.

It is my fervent wish to see naturopathy and a natural lifestyle become part of our way of life. With this in mind, I have collaborated with Park City Primary Care Center to see under-served patients at their center.

I love my work and helping my patients achieve a state of wellness they never before thought possible. In addition, I enjoy gardening, dancing and traveling. I look forward to meeting you and working with you to achieve a healthier, more balanced lifestyle.”

– Dr. Pram