Dr. Koren Weston’s original plan was to become a high school science teacher. Then during her junior year of college, an anatomy and physiology class sparked her interest in medicine, and she changed her career path to become a doctor. She enjoys helping her clients in primary care create and achieve their best plan to stay active and reduce the risk of disease and injury. Dr. Weston is board certified in both pediatrics and internal medicine, so she works with newborns, young children, adolescents, young adults, and older adults. She has interests in healthy diet practices, women’s health, mental health awareness, and treatment and disease prevention.
Dr. Weston enjoys educating people about health and wellness outside of the clinicas well, including speaking at community events. She believes in taking small bits of time for herself daily, either spending time in her garden, cooking, or reading biographies. Her exercise goals include daily movement of some kind with more vigorous workouts at least 3 times a week.