Dr. Maria Cayelli
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Maria Cayelli, MD

“I’m here to support You. We will work together to explore your health questions, concerns and goals to help you optimize your health and total wellness.” – Maria Cayelli, MD

Dr. Maria Cayelli is a highly experienced Board Certified Family Medicine doctor, with specialized training in Integrative Medicine from Dr. Andrew Weil.

Call Now to Enroll or Learn More: 864-832-3050

Dr. Cayelli’s Story

Dr. Cayelli used to see 30 or more patients a day. She struggled to keep up with the increasing volume and grew increasingly frustrated at the lack of time she could spend with her patients. As a doctor who thrives on truly knowing each patient and understanding them as a whole person, she knew it was necessary to find a better way to practice medicine.

Today, Dr. Cayelli is an IdealMD-affiliated doctor. She doesn’t have to rush anymore. She knows her patients like they are family. Dr. Cayelli has the time and freedom to focus on you, not insurance billing codes or production goals.

Isn’t it time you had access to a doctor who can truly support your health and wellness?

Call Now – 864-832-3050

 

Professional Profile
Education
Undergraduate

Randolph Macon Woman’s College
B.S. Biology magna cum laude May 1991

Medical School

Eastern Virginia Medical School
Norfolk, Virginia
M.D. Alpha Omega Alpha May 1995

Internship

Integrative Medicine Fellowship
University of Arizona
January 2007 to December 2008

Residency

Good Samaritan Hospital
Phoenix, Arizona
Family Practice Residency
July 1995 to June 1998

Licenses & Certifications

South Carolina Medical License
American Academy of Family Physician
Board Certified

Mind-Body Medicine Professional Training Program at the Center for Mind-Body Medicine

Functional Medicine Training with Institute of Functional Medicine

Interests & Activities
  • Family, running, cycling, swimming, travel
  • Medical mission trips to various places including India, Kenya, and Ecuador
Published Articles

“Update in Maternity Care: Maternal Infections”
Clinics in Office Practice, no.1
(March 2000): 13-33.

“Ginkgo biloba and Dementia”
Alternative Medicine Alert January 2008.

“Vitamin D in the Treatment of Breast Cancer”
Alternative Women’s Health August 2008.

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