Our Primary Practitioners
Seneca Anderson is the founder of Longevity Health Center. He 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.
Alice Honican, L.Ac. Bio-Energetic 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.
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.
Our Associate Practitioners
Cristina McMullen, Certified Wellness Coach
Cristina joined the Longevity team in October of 2006 with a strong desire to learn everything there is to know about natural medicine. While soaking up everything she could from Dr. Anderson, she attended Everglades University's online program and graduated magna cum laude with a B.S. in Alternative Medicine. She also received a Wellness Coach Certification through the International Association of Wellness Professionals and is a Board Certified Holistic Health Practitioner. Cristina is a woman 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 from our diets, and taking better care of our bodies."
Cristina currently resides in Peachtree Corners with her husband Alex and their two children, Corbin and Kaelyn. She is available Tuesday through Friday.
Andrea Lewinter, CNC, L.Ac.
Andrea Lewinter holds a Master of Acupuncture degree from the Tai Sophia Institute for the Healing Arts, a B.A. in Business Administration, and a B.S. in Nutrition. She is a Certified Nutritional Consultant, has formal training in Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), is an AcuDetox Specialist (ADS), and holds acupuncture treatment privileges at Scottish Rite Children’s Hospital.
As a Five Element acupuncturist, Andrea works to assist the conscious evolution of the body, mind and spirit within each of her patients. She facilitates the building of emotional, spiritual, and cellular integrity, drawing from ancient and modern healing arts. This approach benefits both individuals and organizations.
Andrea has enjoyed a successful career in corporate business. Among her greatest accomplishments and gifts is being the mom to her beloved children Kimberlee and Mark and grandmother to Megan.
Nancy Robinson, LMT
Nancy is a 1997 graduate of the Canadian college of Massage and Hydrotherapy. She is licensed by the state of George and is nationally certified. She is also a member of the American Massage Therapy Association.
With a compassionate disposition and a sincere care for clients’ well-being, Nancy has experience treating a wide variety of clientele. She uses deep tissue, neuromuscular therapy and Swedish massage. Some of her specialties include conditions such as chronic tension and pain, low back strain, tension headaches, migraines, stress, pregnancy, motor vehicle accident injuries, repetitive strain and shoulder injuries.
Originally from Canada, Nancy now lives in Marietta with her husband and two Yorkies.
Kate Schenk, DPT
Kate Schenk graduated in 2000 with a Master of Physical Therapy degree and completed her Doctorate in 2005 - both from the University of Nebraska Medical Center. Over the past 15 years she has worked in many different settings with patients from newborn to 100+ years old. Kate has always been fascinated with the amazing machine that is the human body and its innate ability to regenerate and heal itself with even just a little focus and care.
She has participated in a variety of continuing education and trainings, expanding her knowledge of caring for and detoxifying the body to allow it to function at its maximum capacity - including being certified as a Colon Hydrotherapist in 2012. Kate is excited to be joining the team at Longevity and to continue learning and growing as a practitioner, working to offer freedom from pain and illness by working with the body’s natural wisdom and rhythms.
Christine Klusovsky, Licensed Neuromuscular Therapist
A 1998 graduate of the Atlanta School of Massage, Christine earned a Clinical and Neuromuscular Degree in Massage Therapy as well as many years of continuing education and training. She specializes in injury rehabilitation, sports massage, stress reduction and temporal mandibular joint dysfunction.
Results-oriented and passionate about her work, Christine helps her clients get out of pain and on the path to optimal health through massage techniques that include Trigger Point, Myofascial Release, Neuromuscular and Sports Massage/PNF Stretching. Whether you have an injury, a stressful lifestyle, or just want to maintain good range of motion and balance, massage therapy can be a lifetime ally in maintaning your ongoing health and wellness goals.
Christine is the mother of two adult children and the grandmother of three. Originally from Minnesota, she has enjoyed residing in the Marietta area for more than 20 years. Call 770-655-0013 to schedule a session with Christine.