REMEDY INTERNAL MEDICINE AND WELLNESS CENTER is an integrative primary care medical office. We focus primarily on lifestyle modification, as we believe that food and water, exercise, sleep, sunlight, and stress all determine our health. Excellent diagnostic skills and testing are used to identify risk factors and disease. Both modern medicine and holistic therapeutic approaches are used to promote healing and vitality.
Shannon A. Kennedy, MD
Board-certified in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics, Dr. Shannon Kennedy is also a diplomat of the American Board of Integrative Holistic Medicine and a member of the Academy of Integrative Health and Medicine. Dr. Kennedy attended undergraduate school at Boston College where she earned a BS in Biology and enjoy
ed New England culture and beauty. She attended medical school at the University of Nevada near the foot of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Warm weather, beautiful beaches, and an outstanding residency program drew her to the Medical University of South Carolina where she completed residencies in both Internal Medicine and Pediatrics. She stayed at MUSC practicing pediatrics until 2008. She transitioned to Hospital-based Internal Medicine and then outpatient Internal Medicine from 2008 until 2012. Remedy Internal Medicine and Wellness Center was born along this journey, as a result of her dedication to healing and preventing disease.
Joanna Crowell holds a bachelor’s degree in Women’s Studies and Feminist Research as well as Social Justice and Peace studies from the University of Western Ontario. She is a poet, a playwright, an actress, a creative writing workshop facilitator, and a mother — all ingredients that go into making her an outstanding, unique office manager and assistant to Dr. Kennedy. She has been with Remedy from day one. Joanna is passionate about, and committed to a healthy lifestyle which revolves around eating real, whole, nutrient-dense foods. She loves inspiring others to do the same! In addition to working full time with Remedy, she is currently working on a healthy eating video series with her 10-year-old son Neo. She is the author of the book “I Ate a Rainbow for Breakfast: Poems and Performances.” Joanna is all about affirming wellbeing in herself and in others.