After seeing firsthand, the side effects of pharmaceutical drugs, I am passionate about helping to treat a patient’s underlying illness as opposed to just masking the symptoms with potentially dangerous drugs.
Houston, TX (PRWEB) February 15, 2012
Hotze Health & Wellness Center (HHWC), a world leader in the alternative health care industry, announced today its newest addition to the medical team, Amber Littler, P.A.-C. Littler joins the medical team as a physician assistant, further advancing the Center’s Wellness Revolution.
Littler draws upon 11 years of experience in the health care industry. For eight years she practiced in the cardiology and general medicine industries including the department of cardiology at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston. Additionally, she served as a senior patient safety specialist for Astra Zeneca Pharmaceuticals for three years prior to joining HHWC.
After working in the pharmaceutical industry, Littler feels fortunate to have the opportunity to practice natural approaches to health.
“I’m delighted and honored to join the medical team at Hotze Health & Wellness Center,” said Littler. “After seeing firsthand, the side effects of pharmaceutical drugs, I am passionate about helping to treat a patient’s underlying illness as opposed to just masking the symptoms with potentially dangerous drugs.”
Littler holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Physician Assistant Studies from The University of Oklahoma Health Science Center.
For more information on HHWC, please visit, http://www.hotzehwc.com.
About Hotze Health & Wellness Center:
Hotze Health & Wellness Center is leading the Revolution in Wellness™ care by changing the way women and men are treated in mid-life through the use of biologically identical hormones. Founded in 1989 by Steven F. Hotze, M.D., the Center has successfully treated more than 20,000 patients. In an effort to help patients obtain and maintain life-long health and wellness, physicians and registered nurses on staff address the root cause of symptoms, and correct health ailments naturally rather than merely masking symptoms with drugs. For more information, visit, http://www.hotzehwc.com, and on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/HotzeHWC.
Christy Hammett Nolingberg