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Kristen Renee Clore

Occupational Therapist, Nutrition Response PractitionerThe Nutritional Healing Center of Ann Arbor
Work 462 Jackson Plaza Washtenaw Ann Arbor MI 48103 United StatesWork Phone: 7343027575Website: The Nutritional Healing Center of Ann Arbor


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Kristen Clore, MOT, OTR/L, Nutrition Response Testing Practitioner,  is an EMU Alumni, and a current staff therapist at University of Michigan: Michigan Medicine on the Acute Care team and Practitioner at The Nutritional Healing Center of Ann Arbor.

With over 20 years at U of M, and 11 years on her current OT team, Kristen’s highlights of her career include rotating among General Medicine units, Intensive Care Units, Emergency Room & Observation units, Lymphedema care, Neurology, Inpatient Psychiatry, Oncology, Orthopedic, Cardiac, and Pulmonary care units.  Kristen spent time as a Clinical Specialist of General Medicine and General Surgery on her acute care team, developing training and programming for medical and surgical care. From 2013 through current, Kristen has implemented a Cognition Program, teaches outpatient bariatric support groups, and teaches an occupational therapy class for new medical students at the University of Michigan.  In 2016, Kristen completed a 6 year research study related to sleep which was published the American Journal of Medicine. Kristen is also a Certified Wellness Coach, and uses Myofascial Release, Kinesotape, Therapeutic Tai Chi and Yoga, and Mindfulness techniques as an integrative approach to self care.

Kristen is driven to help others because of her own battle with health and independence as a child and young adult.  Her greatest value could be best described as “carpe diem” : seize the day, and her desire to help others to do the same.   Her passion is to demonstrate and share how to improve quality of life through engagement in self care and purposeful activity that is sustainable.

Outside of work at the University, Kristen is a wife and best friend to Joshua Clore, a mother to her four-legged fur-baby, Bobo (a shih-tzu).

Kristen has expanded her care to an independent oupatient setting as a holistic practitioner at the Nutritional Healing Center of Ann Arbor, assisting her clients achieve their goals for optimal self care & goal attainment using alternative, integrative, nutritional & natural health care options as the main approach.