Seneca B. Anderson
DOM, ND, L.Ac. / Founder
Seneca Anderson employs a variety of noninvasive testing methods to determine each individual’s healthcare needs. He is available for appointments Tuesday – Friday and is available to return phone calls in the late afternoon.
Seneca Anderson is a graduate of the New England School of Acupuncture, and received his doctorate in Oriental Medicine from the California Acupuncture College. He is a Georgia state licensed acupuncturist, and is a nationally certified naturopath. He has done graduate studies in bio-energetic medicine in West Germany with Drs. Kupka, Morell, and Schimmel. Seneca Anderson has published articles in The American Journal of Acupuncture, and Biological Therapy. He has been in practice in Atlanta, Georgia since 1978.
Realizing the complexity of modern health problems, Seneca Anderson has assembled a staff of dedicated, compassionate professionals to minister to the total person. The technologies he has mastered enable him to offer customized treatment protocols for each individual, thereby maximizing the potential for a favorable outcome. He has become so proficient with these technologies that they are now second nature to him, and employing them actually enhances his communication with clients.
ND L.Ac. Bio-Energetic Practitioner & Acupuncture Practitioner
Alice Honican joined the staff of Longevity Health Center in 2005. After earning her Bachelor‘s Degree of Science in Psychology from the University of Georgia, Alice continued on to receive her Master’s Degree in Acupuncture from The Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in San Diego, CA. She is Nationally Certified in both Acupuncture and Chinese Herbology and licensed in the state of Georgia. In 2017, Alice earned her Doctorate in Traditional Naturopathy, completing her dissertation on Chronic Lyme Disease.
The daughter of Naturopath-Acupuncturist Seneca Anderson, Alice was raised in a home that embraced a natural perspective on healthcare. In addition to her qualifications, her excellent listening skills and compassion for others make her even more equipped to fulfill her calling. "I am passionate about helping people," says Alice. "I love working with patients one-on-one and offering them an alternative approach to healing with fewer side effects than western medicine."
Alice lives with her husband, Ryan, and their two sons, Tommy and Isaac, in Roswell, Georgia. She is available for treatment Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.
ND, Bio-Energetic Practitioner
Anna Powers, ND specializes in BioEnergetic Assessment (BEA) and NeuroFeedback NFB). She provides clients with the mentorship, education and the tools needed to reach their health and wellness goals. Anna earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Georgia and went on to attend Trinity School of Natural Health to complete several graduate programs including: Certified Nutritional Consultant (CNC), Certified Natural Health Professional (CNHP) and Doctor of Naturopath (ND). Prior to joining Longevity Health Center, Anna worked at the Amen Clinic in Atlanta, GA where she provided QEEGs and Neurofeedback.
The Amen Clinic is a cutting edge psychiatric and brain clinic committed to using the least toxic and most effective solutions. Anna spent ten years training health care practitioners in the fundamentals of bioenergetic assessment, homeopathy, herbology and detoxification. She was a founding member of the Energetix College of BioEnergetic Medicine and was on faculty from 2002 to 2005. Anna lives in Milton, GA with her husband Chris and dog, Bodhi and is available Mondays, Thursdays, and Fridays for appointments.
ND, Certified Wellness Coach
Cristina has been actively working in the field of alternative healthcare since 2005. When she joined the Longevity team in October 2006, she had a strong desire to learn everything there was to know about the body and how to heal it naturally. She began by attending Everglades University, graduating Magna Cum Laude with a B.S. in Alternative Medicine. She then became a Certified Wellness Coach through The International Association of Wellness Professionals. Most recently, Cristina earned her Doctorate of Traditional Naturopathy (ND) from New Eden School of Natural Health and Herbal Studies, completing her dissertation on PANDAS/PANS.
While all this education has been great, Cristina feels extremely blessed to have been able to work with Dr. Anderson and soak up as much of his knowledge and insight as she could while continuing her formal education. This level of hands on training has been extremely invaluable and has shaped her into the type of practitioner that she is today. She is on a mission to help change the status of health in America. “Better health starts with making wise decisions, becoming responsible for what we eat, removing toxins, and taking better care of our bodies," she said.
Cristina currently resides in Berkeley Lake, a small part of Duluth, with her husband Alex and their three children; Corbin, Kaelyn, and Asher. She is available for appointments on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays.
Even as a young child, Elisabeth was interested in natural medicine and held the philosophy that the closer to the natural, unadulterated state, the better. She was influenced strongly by her grandmother‘s American Indian heritage as she saw how the vegetable garden her grandparents kept ministered to both body and soul. By age 6, she was making her own remedies from foraged plants. At age 19, she was reintroduced to natural medicine when she became a Longevity Health Center patient and received life-altering care. With health regained, she started self-studying, with a belief that a multi-pronged approach (nutrition, exercise, soul-care, herbals, etc.) is the best way to health. After having two home-births herself, she became particularly interested in women’s and pediatric health. Elisabeth lives in Marietta with her two children, Henry and Sylvie.
Dr. Kiwon Han
Licensed Acupuncturist, Doctor of Oriental Medicine
Dr. Han earned her Bachelor’s of Oriental Medicine at Wonkwang University of South Korea in 2002. After practicing as an Oriental Medical Doctor for 18 years in Korea, she moved to the U.S. to continue her work as a Georgia Licensed and board certified Acupuncturist. She is also a member of the Korean Medicine of Obesity and Bokchi Korean Medicine Societies.
With more than 20 years of experience with Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine, Dr. Han is skilled in pain management, obesity treatment, and cosmetic Acupuncture. She lives in Suwanee with her husband Junyong, her two kids, Yujin and Yun, and her poodle, Kkamja.