Ella Farricielli M.D. initially began her medical career as a nurse in St. Petersburg Russia. After graduating from nursing school she realized that she wanted to learn and do more in medicine.
The following year she entered medical school.
Having a strong interest in nutrition and exercice she also obtain certification as a fitness instructor towards the end of her medical school training. After obtaining a Medical Doctor degree with a specialty in Pediatrics, she moved to the USA and continued to peruse her interest in Medicine at The University of Florida Shands Hospital, where she completed her Internal Medicine Residency in 2009.
Before Moving to Mount Pleasant, Dr. Farricielli worked at Baylor Hospital in Dallas Texas in both outpatient and inpatient settings and treated thousands of patients with acute and chronic medical conditions. She saw many people needlessly suffering from chronic and debilitating illnesses as a result of poor diets and lifestyle. This prompted her to continue to pursue further education in lifestyle medicine and nutrition.
She is a founding member of PCRM – Physician Committee for Responsible Medicine which is a research and advocacy organization based in Washington, D.C., who’s primary activities include emphasizing nutrition, preventing and reversing chronic illnesses. It is her life mission to help people of all backgrounds to improve their health, quality of life and longevity.
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