Dr. Justin Hogan completed his Internal Medicine training at the Tulane affiliated site of Baton Rouge General Hospital in Baton Rouge, LA. He is dedicated to continuing his education and pursuing training in the latest advances in his field. He is a member of the Texas Medical Association, World Link Medical, American Academy of Aesthetic Medicine and A4M.
"I enjoy one-on-one time with my patients. Through our conversations we develop a personalized plan so they can stay healthy and age well. When my clients experience success, I experience success."
Derron Eldridge received his nursing certification in 2001. While in school, Derron worked and studied for two years under the wing of Dr. Kenneth R. First in sports medicine. Derron also is a trained EKG Technician. While practicing at different doctor’s offices and hospitals he realized chelation therapy and alternative healthcare was his passion. In the pursuit to be the best IV infusionist for chelation therapy he attended additional training at the International College of Integrative Medicine in Nashville, TN and Dearborn, MI where he received certifications in both Intravenous Therapy & Chelation. His efforts for continuing education in Advanced Chelation and IV Therapy have also taken him to both Canada and South America for his studies.
After achieving these certifications, he continued his experience spending the following seven years under a prominent doctor in this field practicing in Humble, Texas. Derron is now one of the leading IV infusionist in the region for this type of patient care.
After becoming a massage therapist in 2016 in honor of her brother. Felicia's specialized with kids and adults with special needs (Autism, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy,and ADHD). Being able to assist people in having a healthier, and higher quality of life is her goal. Massage therapy has a tremendous effect of the body and can help with numerous medical issues, helping alleviate and ease symptoms.
Dara Parker is a Health & Wellness Coach in the Woodlands, Texas. Trained by The Institute of Integrative Nutrition in New York City, her mission is to help restore balance and overall wellness through nutrition and self-care practices. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in communication studies and secondary education from St. Edward’s University in Austin, where she graduated Cum Laude in 2001. Parker was a highly accomplished high school teacher and instructional mentor for 12 years in Texas. She has substantial experience teaching and coaching individuals and teams.
Dara was diagnosed with Chronic Lyme Disease from a tick bite in 2012. The three years following this diagnosis became of journey of seeking relief from a laundry list of symptoms, in over 10 physicians’ offices throughout the United States. Doctors prescribed endless bottles of antibiotics that eventually led to trying to ease side effects but never truly feeling well. In 2015, after visiting with a functional medicine practitioner, Dara made small and manageable changes in her diet that included intuitive eating and whole, organic foods; she learned to “crowd out” ingredients and foods that led to inﬂammation in her body. Additionally, she began IV therapy to replenish vitamin and mineral deﬁciencies. These self-care practices led to a life-changing turn in her overall health. The arthritis, brain fog, short term memory loss, lethargy, and stomach discomforts began to dissipate. After years of research and making mental & physical wellness a priority herself, Dara is passionate about helping others learn to incorporate integrative nutrition into their own lives