Dr. Gazula sees both pediatric and adult patients. In addition to English, she speaks Hindi, Telugu, Kannada and Spanish.
American Board of Family Medicine
American Board of Integrative Holistic Medicine
Medical School: Bangalore Medical College, India
Residency: University of Massachusetts (Family Medicine)
Internship: University of Massachusetts (Family Medicine)
Fellowship: Greater Lawrence Family Health Center (Integrative Medicine)
Women's health, medical acupuncture, lifestyle medicine, chronic disease
Kavitha received her medical school education at Bangalore Medical College, Bangalore, India, to where she traces back the roots of her passion with the practice of holistic and integrative medicine. She completed her residency in family medicine at the University of Massachusetts, Worcester, MA. Following her residency she worked at the East Boston Neighborhood Health Center in a predominantly Spanish speaking population. She strongly believes in integrating the best of conventional and holistic therapies for achieving personal wellness. She received training in medical acupuncture at the Harvard Medical School and most recently completed a fellowship in Holistic and Integrative Medicine at the Greater Lawrence Family Health Center, Lawrence, MA. She is also trained in the practice of Reiki and clinical hypnosis. She is board certified in Family Medicine and a diplomate with the American Board of Integrative and Holistic Medicine. She believes that health care providers as role models should also be invested in their own personal wellness. Her other interests include maternal and child health. Outside of her practice of medicine, she enjoys spending time with her husband and 2 children, yoga, bicycling, healthy cooking and art with pencils and pastels. She is fluent in Telugu, Hindi, Spanish and Kannada.
American Academy of Family Physicians
Massachusetts Medical Society
Indian Medical Association of New England
Awards and Publications
2005-2006 Structural Acupuncture for Physicians, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
1999 Honorary Award as Volunteer, Veterans Affairs, Manchester, NH
1990-1995 M.S. Ramaiah Merit Award for medical school education
Khouzam HR, Gazula K. Clinical experience with olanzapine in the course of post-operative delirium associated with psychosis in geriatric patients: a report of three cases. International Journal of Psychiatry in Clinical Practice. 2001;5(1):63-66.
Assistant Clinical Professor in Family Medicine, Boston University School of Medicine