Carmen Hering, DO is a licensed medical physician board-certified in Osteopathic Manual Medicine and certified in Anthroposophic Medicine. Dr. Hering received her undergraduate degree from St. John’s College, majoring in physics and philosophy, and her medical training from Touro University, College of Osteopathic Medicine in California. Prior to medical school, she studied Chinese medicine at the Berkeley Acupressure Institute.
Dr. Hering has been in private practice in Albany for over 12 years, treating patients of all ages for the full spectrum of acute and chronic injury and illness. She especially loves treating infants and children suffering from birth injury and developmental challenges. Using hands-on osteopathy, anthroposophic medicine and conventional medicine when needed, Dr. Hering is constantly astounded at the ability of her patients to overcome illness, injury and disability.
Dr. Hering lectures locally and nationally and trains and mentors medical students and physicians. She serves as faculty at the International Physician Medical Training program for Anthroposophic Medicine (IPMT), at the Bay Area Center for Waldorf Teaching Training (BACWTT) and as adjunct faculty at Touro University, College of Osteopathic Medicine in Vallejo, California.
For more information, please visit carmenheringdo.com