Our Approach is Integrative
We combine conventional and complementary medical modalities. We are holistic in that we look at all facets of your life that may impact your health – physical, nutritional, hormonal, genetic, mental, social, emotional and spiritual.
Lori Sweat, MD
Dr. Lori Sweat graduated from the University of Louisville School of Medicine Summa Cum Laude in 1992. She completed her residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Louisville in 1995 and was then Chief Medical Resident in Internal Medicine from 1995-96. She practiced office Internal Medicine in South Louisville for one year before founding the first Hospitalist practice in Louisville at Caritas Medical Center in 1997. She practiced as a Hospitalist until 2002 then took time off to be a full-time mom to her two children. During those 4 years away from practicing medicine, she was introduced to the concept of Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy and began studying that field with vigor. She quickly recognized how important multisystem hormone balance is to health, wellness, and aging, and the need in her community for a medical approach that focuses on that as a foundation of preventative health.
Jessica Dennison, MD
Jessica Dennison, M.D. graduated from University of Louisville Medical School in 2005. She completed her residency in Emergency Medicine in 2008, where she served as a chief resident in 2007-2008. She has been a practicing Emergency Medicine Physician with Emergency Medicine Physician Associates serving Clark Memorial Health from 2008 to present. Dr. Dennison also serves as a Clinical Professor in Emergency Medicine of the University of Louisville. While working in the Emergency Department and through her teaching appointment, she noticed a significant number of patients with preventable diseases who have not been educated on diet, nutrition, genetics, exercise, and lifestyle changes. This, combined with her love for education, fostered an interest in functional medicine, prevention, and teaching patients about healthy lifestyles. She realized how little knowledge patients have regarding their diets and lifestyle choices and how it can affect them negatively.
Martin Huecker, MD
Martin Huecker, MD, is co-editor in chief of the free, open access Journal of Wellness
. He is an Associate Professor and the Research Director and Wellness Director in the Department of Emergency Medicine (EM) at the University of Louisville. He is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and Alpha Omega Alpha honor societies. Dr. Huecker graduated from UofL’s EM Residency Program (Chief Resident) in 2011. He works full time seeing patients and teaching residents in the Emergency Department. His diverse research interests include substance use, accidental hypothermia, and healthcare professional wellness. Dr. Huecker is also a Certified Lifestyle Medicine Physician (DipABLM). He loves books, (cold) trail runs, dogs, and coffee. His wife is an OB/GYN and they have 4 children with cool names.
Kacie Gee, PA-C
Kacie obtained her Master’s Degree in Physician Assistant Studies from Shenandoah University in 2019. She has worked in rural health primary care, COVID care, and physical medicine and rehabilitation. She is in the process of obtaining her Integrative Nutrition certification from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition (IIN) and Functional Medicine certification from the Institute for Functional Medicine (IFM). She became interested in alternative medicine when her own health struggles led her to integrative care. There, she experienced first hand how finding the root cause of ailments can sometimes eliminate the need for symptom-treating medications and lead to better long-term health. This encouraged her to obtain additional integrative health education to supplement her traditional medicine education. As a medical provider, she prioritizes meeting patients where they are and partners with them as they navigate their bio-individual healthcare journeys. She is also passionate about nutrition and believes many ailments can be corrected with a healthy gut and a diet high in diverse nutrients. As a Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, she provides a safe space for patients to explore limiting beliefs around health, food, and their bodies, helps identify their wants and needs, and helps them cultivate self-compassion as they navigate self-transformation. She loves her Peloton and enjoys strength training and yoga. She routinely gets acupuncture and practices grounding techniques and breathwork exercises. She is an avid church goer and loves volunteering at the church nursery. She enjoys spending time with her fiance, two dogs, and three cats.
Morgan Kokomoor, Office Manager & Licensed Esthetician
Morgan has been with Integrative Health Specialists since April of 2019. She started by doing part time work scanning documents into patients charts while finishing her high school career, then was later promoted to back desk manager and is now Office Manager. Morgan enjoys having a personal connection with patients when they walk into the office, and she is happy working in a place where she feels the providers are passionate about the patients they are caring for. Morgan loves working out and taking care of her body. She is also the esthetician here at Integrative Health Specialists, helping our patients feel beautiful and confident in their own skin. Some of Morgan’s hobbies include spending time with her family, going to church, traveling, going to the lake and being out in the country.
Lauren Craigmyle, Medical Assistant
Prior to joining Integrative Health Specialists, Lauren was working at Women's First, Obstetrics and Gynecology. Lauren has been working in healthcare for 8+ years. She is happy to be working here with us, especially in a practice that she feels is passionate about helping others achieve optimum health and lifestyles. Lauren is married, with three children and a dog. She enjoys time with her family and friends, traveling, reading, and being on the lake.
Gina Reidley, Administrative Assistant and Medical Assistant
Gina has worked many years in healthcare as a Medical Assistant and Administrative Assistant. She is excited to use her past experiences to assist in a growing practice that she feels is dedicated to helping others in achieving their health and lifestyle goals. Gina is married, with three children, and three precious grandchildren. She enjoys time with family and friends, traveling, walking & hiking, gardening, UofL sports, concerts, local festivals & events, and time spent at Rough River and Clearwater, Florida.