Medical Services

There are many physiological burdens and stressful demands on our life. At times, it may seem impossible to keep the wheels on. People with health challenges want results and often do not have the time and/or background to sort through the endless information regarding oral supplements and alternative wellness options. This is precisely why Internal Balance has teamed up with likeminded medical practitioners allowing us to offer a bridge that spans the crevice in the alternative wellness industry; whereby shortening your track to wellness and recovery and speeding your detoxification time; tremendously.

Dr. Daniel Kalb, MD, MPH, FAAFP – Medical Director
Dr. Kalb received his medical degree from SUNY/Stony Brook and post-graduate training at Shadyside Hospital in Pittsburgh, Michigan State University and the University of Texas/Houston, where he received a Master’s in Public Health. For more than 15 years, Dr. Kalb has worked in family and community medicine, while also teaching at Meharry Medical College, the University of Texas/Houston, LSU, and Tulane. Board Certified and a Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians, Dr. Kalb is also a member of the Williamson County Medical Society, the Tennessee Academy of Family Physicians, and the American Academy of Family Physicians.

Phyllis Frost, RN, BSN

Originally a diploma nursing program graduate, I returned to school to obtain my BSN in 1979 from the University of Florida. My experience includes 24 years in Labor & Delivery along with 9 additional years in the PACU for Gynecological surgeries. I recently retired from full-time nursing after 33 years at Vanderbilt Medical Center! I am now very happy to be providing my IV expertise and lengthy nursing experience for Internal Balance Inc. on a par-time basis. Working here part-time is enjoyable and refreshing and I have an opportunity to stay sharp with my IV skills along with learning something very different late in my career.

Valaria, Nowell, RN

I have had 19 years of experience in Nursing; my career has been very fulfilling. Originally I attained a degree in Elementary Education, however, as soon as I graduated, I took a giant detour and changed my direction toward nursing. This was one of the best decisions I have ever made and I have never looked back or regretted it. I started working at Internal Balance Inc. in 2011 part-time while still working in the Gynecological Surgery unit at Vanderbilt University Hospital. Working at Internal Balance has given me a new perspective regarding healing and it has greatly enhanced my career and my viewpoint on medicine. After being involved in the delivery of medicine designed within our currently system of medicine for so long, I started to see the disease process from only one viewpoint, as modern medicine would see it. Tamara and her staff at Internal Balance has enlightened me and has shown me through the results that I witness here, a different approach and philosophy that works alongside modern methods of delivering care. I have enjoyed seeing and hearing the many stories of Hope and Healing. I administer the nutritional IV therapy at IB and love it, this is my passion at the hospital too and often get called in to do the more difficult cases at the hospital, so I feel that this experience has made me an excellent IV nurse at IB. I can offer my expertise and comforting confidence to those that are fearful of the IV process.

Rebecca Wilhelm, RN

I have been working part-time at Internal Balance for 3 years and love the environment Tamara has created there. I have been in nursing now for 15 years and have the heart to serve ill people. I am also currently working at Vanderbilt University Hospital in the Labor & Delivery department along with spending time in gynecological surgery. I am a charge nurse at the hospital and provide confident care in every arena of service. I truly love working at both Internal Balance and Vanderbilt because it is the best of both worlds in nursing! I get to see both sides of conventional and traditional (i.e. Holistic) medicine and when you combined them you get “Internal Balance”!

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