Dr. Teresa Esterle is excited to be part of the AIM team — where “physicians focus on the whole patient instead of just their diagnosis, and the goal is to discover and treat the cause of illness, not just its symptoms.” She is thrilled to bring this transformational approach to her pediatric patients and looks forward to working with “kids” of all ages.
Dr. Esterle joined Alliance Integrative Medicine in 2017, after 17 years in practice as a board-certified pediatrician on Cincinnati’s West Side. A native of Louisville, Kentucky, she received her medical degree from Vanderbilt University and completed her pediatric residency training at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, where she served as chief resident. She has completed an Integrative Medicine Fellowship through the Arizona Center of Integrative Medicine, received acupuncture training through the UCLA’s Helms Medical Institute, and passed her board-certification exam. Dr. Esterle is furthering her education in functional medicine as a fellow in AIM’s Integrative Medicine Physician of Excellence program.