At the Holistic Wellness Center of the Carolinas we dedicate our expertise
in functional wellness to help you achieve optimal wellness and independence.
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New Patient Info

Do you live near Charlotte or Fort Mill and suffer from an autoimmune disorder, such as diabetes, Hashimoto's, hypothyroidism, lupus, or another disorder? We offer a variety of services, including acupuncture, Hashimoto's disease and hypothyroid consulting, herbal supplement plans, blood work lab test analysis, autoimmune advice, weight loss consultation, and Chinese and herbal medicine. Read More...

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High Grade Supplements

Our supplements, herbs, minerals, homeopathics, and vitamins are each individually examined, tested, and screened for the highest quality available on the market. Our licensed professionals can recommend health solutions with the assurance of the highest quality herbal supplementation.

Free Educational Talks

Prospective clinic members can attend a free talk to meet Dr. Boyle and learn more about our holistic approach to healthcare. We host talks throughout the month and offer online webinars for those who are unable to attend a dinner.  Please call us at 704-308-2557 to learn more.

Kristien Boyle, LaC.

Dr. Boyle D.O.M., A.P.(FL) L.Ac. is a Doctor of Oriental Medicine, Acupuncture physician and primary care physician in the state of Florida. His post-graduate focus has been in the fields of functional neurology, functional immunology, and functional endocrinology. At his clinic in Fort Mill SC near Charlotte NC, his main focus on Hashimoto's, Amenorrhea, Arthritis, Autoimmune Disorders, Diabetes, Hypothyroidism, Hypothyroid Issues, and Adrenal Gland Disorders. Please call him at 704.308.2557 to schedule an appointment or learn more.

We have recently moved locations! Our holistic clinic is now located at 122 Ben Casey Drive, Suite 105 in Fort Mill South Carolina. For driving directions or to contact us to find out more about our available medicinal services, please call 704.308.2557 or click here.

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