Dr. Carrie Mousseau

MD
Internal Medicine Prolotherapy

Internal Medicine Doctor Carrie Mousseau is the Medical Director of HealthNOW where she oversees the medical needs of all our patients. While Dr Mousseau is classically trained as a medical doctor, she has also been trained in the constantly developing field of Functional Medicine. She delights in working with a team whose intentions are to diagnose and treat the root cause of a condition.  She is particularly happy to wean patients off medications that they no longer require, after the root cause has been identified.

Education

1997 – 2001     Kaiser Permanente, Santa Clara CA Internal Medicine Resident
1993 – 1997     New York Medical College, Valhalla, NY M.D.
1985 – 1990     University of California at Davis Davis, CA. Bachelor of Science, Genetics

Academic Awards and Honors
Residency:  Independent Flexible Sigmoidoscopist Accreditation
Medical School:  Clinical Honors in Medicine and Neurology

Activities

Residency     Andrew P. Hill High School medical Clinic, San Jose, CA
Julian Street Homeless Shelter Walk-in clinic, San Jose, CA
Skilled Nursing Facility/ Geriatrics Elective
Medical School     Med-SHOP (Medicine Student Homeless Outreach Program)
Geriatrics Elective

Employment

2002 – Current:  HealthNOW Medical Center, Sunnyvale, CA. Medical Director. Oversees all aspects of patient care. Evaluates and manages the medical needs of all patients. Performs examinations, blood draws, vitamin and trigger point injections.
1989 – 1993:  Veterans Administration/Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA.
Dept. of Gastroenterology. Laboratory Manager/Senior Biological Laboratory Technician. Characterized Colonic Cytoskeleton Keratins 8 and 18.
1989: University of California at Davis, Davis, CA. Genetics Intern. Performed Restriction Enzyme Map Analysis of yeast.
1982 – 1989:  Biosis, Palo Alto, CA (summers) Laboratory Technician. Researched Steinermatid Nematodes as a Biological Pesticide/Insecticide.

Volunteer

2002: Rock Medicine, Haight Ashbury Free Clinics, Staff Physician

Licenses and Memberships

* Certificate of Completion, Internal medicine Residency
* California Licensed Physician
* DEA Licensed
* American College of Physicians
* International Dyslexia Association
* Association of Higher Education and Disability
* Institute for Functional Medicine

Publications

METHOD OF CELL HANDLING AFFECTS LEAKINESS OF CELL SURFACE LABELING AND DETECTION OF INTRACELLULAR KERATINS.
C Riopel, I.Butt, B. Omary. Cell Motility and Cytoskeleton 26:77 – 87. (1993).PKCe-RALATED KINASE ASSOCIATES WITH AND PHOSPHORYLATES CYTOKERATIN 8 AND 18. B. Omary, G. Bacter, C.F. Chou, C. Riopel, W. Lin, B. Strulovici. J Cell Biolog. 117(3): 583 – 593. (1992).

A SIGNIFICANT SOLUBLE KERATIN FRACTION IN “SIMPLE” EPITHELIAL CELLS.
C.f. Chou, C. Riopel, L. Rott, B. Omary. J Cell Science. 105 (pt2): 433-444. (1993).

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