James Biddle, M.D.

A graduate of the University of Missouri-Columbia in 1989, Dr. Biddle completed his residency in Internal Medicine in Portland, Oregon, in 1992. Dr. Biddle is Board Certified in Internal Medicine and also certified in Chelation Therapy, Hypnotherapy, Massage, and Reiki. His passion is combing the best of conventional and cutting-edge medical care. He has special interests in clinical nutrition, hormones, toxic heavy metals, and hyperbaric oxygen treatments. His passions include him family, permaculture and sustainability.

Jayne Levine: Pactice Manager

After working in mainstream medicine for almost 20 years, joining AIM in 2008 was a breath of fresh air. Watching patients reclaim their lives using an approach not being driven by insurance companies catapulted my own health transformation.  I manage all of the ‘behind the scenes’ functions for AIM as well as our supplement store, Nutrients Etc.  When I am not in the office or hosting an event, I can be found enjoying the mountains, laughing with friends and participating in the exciting world of canine sports with my 4 dogs.

Teresa Freeman RN, BSN: IV and Lab Nurse

I love coming to work each morning to connect personally with our patients and watch as they become informed and empowered to improve their health. Every day, for 17 years, I’ve seen people’s lives change and it is deeply fulfilling to be part of that. Outside of the office I can be found in the garden, hiking with friends and family, or being harassed by my cat, Kaji.

Jan Ross RN: Holistic Health Coach

Believing I could do more to empower my patients, and wanting to be involved in a practice that operates with a high degree of integrity, I left conventional medicine 18 years ago for a position with AIM.  The biochemical, scientific and investigative approach at Asheville Integrative Medicine has allowed me to help people restore their vitality and their lives in ways that I am proud of.        Outside of the office I spend as much time as I can with nature, either hiking, gardening or bird watching.

Leanne Dennis RN: HN-BC Functional Medicine Health Coach

Looking beyond symptoms to the underlying cause of an illness, and resolving the condition for good, is why I LOVE Integrative Medicine. As a health coach, I work closely with people on the journey of reclaiming their health…helping them learn how and why our treatments work. It’s important to me that there is integrity in what I do because our patients trust us to help them heal, and that principle is practiced here throughout the entire team. When I’m not in the office I love hiking through the mountains of Western North Carolina.

Joy Lambert: New Patient Coordinator

There IS hope for healing from chronic conditions, and that is why I am here working with this incredible team. At AIM, my passion for helping people succeed, achieve their goals and live a healthier life is fulfilled every day. My previous years of experience working alongside children with special needs and adults with Alzheimer’s & Dementia, set a strong foundation for trusting the healing powers of hope. When I am not in the office I love pursuing the arts of cooking, gardening and crocheting…and going on long walks with the love of my life, Jay.

Lauren Willingham: Administrative Assistant & Phlebotomist

I believe in integrity and that’s why I work at AIM, because we practice with medical sincerity to improve people’s lives . I love hearing our clients tell me they are the healthiest they’ve ever been and that is why I’ve been working here since 2008 as an administrative assistant and ‘jack of all trades’. When I’m not working I can usually be found hiking, swimming, practicing aerial arts, or enjoying the company of my dogs and my fiancé, Caleb.

Jacinda Morrissey: Nutrition Counselor

My passion and heart is to help others thrive in their health so they can be their best selves. I love talking about nutrition and emotional wellness. I am excited to be part of the Asheville Integrative Medicine team because we are empowering our community to reclaim their health by being active partners in their journey. When I am not in the office I greatly enjoy adventuring in the outdoors, writing, basking in the sun with a good book and spending time with my daughter, Amelia and my husband, Daniel.

Cindy Sullivan: Thermogram Technician

I like doing thermograms because of the opportunity to meet all kinds of interesting people. Every clinic site is a new adventure to explore and I go where I’m needed. When I’m not doing thermograms, I putter around at home with my two cats, keep track of my 4 grown children, 3 grandsons, 5 sisters, and my mum.  I am a traveler in my heart and, given the opportunity, love to go visit other places on this planet.