Welcome to My Practice

I am excited to share with you the unique quality of care available in my practice. I combine the personal attention needed to practice internal medicine and cardiology with a stronger emphasis on prevention and reversal of lifestyle diseases. The practice of medicine today is hurried, focused on isolated complaints, and treated by multiple prescriptions and excessive testing. Waiting for ill health and attempting to merely stabilize a condition is not acceptable if we desire optimal health, a sense of wellbeing and maximal functional longevity.

I would like to introduce you to what I feel is the optimal practice of internal medicine, cardiology, nutrition and wellness… READ MORE

~Dr. Jami Dulaney

2020 Plant Based Wellness Events

Join us March 28th, 2020 for the Fifth Annual Charlotte County Plant Based Wellness Conference.

Click HERE for full event information & ticket sales!


Limited spaces are available for our Plant Strong Health & Wellness Immersion Week. Join us March 23-28, 2020 for a full week wellness program that will have multiple daily structured activities to take your plant based knowledge, health knowledge, and your mobility and fitness to a new level!

Click HERE for full Immersion Week information & to reserve your spot today!

Latest News on Nutrition and Your Health

Dr. Dulaney shares information about health and nutrition, including a regular podcast.

Blogpost: I Don’t Have Time

This is such an ironic statement for adults to make with regard to anything, but it really does not make any sense when it comes to health. If your children said they did not have time to do their homework because they had to watch their favorite TV show, it…

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Podcast: Let’s Play to Win instead of hoping not to loose

Welcome! and Thank you for listening.  There are many marketing campaigns about finding a cure for various cancers and other maladies.  Presidents have declared war on cancer and a commitment to ending heart disease.  Millions of dollars are spent on pharmaceutical research.  While this is all well and good, little…

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