Our practice

SLO Integrative Medicine is a general medical and psychiatric practice located in San Luis Obispo, CA.

We take a comprehensive and holistic approach to the assessment and treatment of adults and children with a variety of needs.

Please see our Services page for more information about what our practice can offer you.

If you’re interested in setting up an appointment, visit our Contact us page.

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Our values

At SLO Integrative Medicine, we believe:

  • Every patient and client deserve compassionate care.
  • Our patients and clients deserve to be treated promptly, respectfully and holistically.
  • Professional and personal integrity are integral to a successful practice.
Our mission

At SLO Integrative Medicine, our mission is to:

  • Professionally treat our patients and clients promptly, respectfully and holistically.
  • Educate patients and clients about their condition, how their treatment impacts their health and holistic measures they can take to improve their well-being.
  • Ensure every patient and client receives optimal care.
Our vision

At SLO Integrative Medicine, we envision:

  • A practice where patients and clients experience improved health.
  • A world where our integrative approach to wellness results in people living healthier, longer and improved lives.

Our team
John Cannell, MD
John Cannell, MD
John Cannell, MD

John Cannell, MD


Board certified physician

Dr. Cannell has over 35 years of clinical experience. He is board certified by the American Academy of Psychiatry and Neurology. He obtained his MD degree from the University of North Carolina School of Medicine. Dr. Cannell has published 17 scientific papers in the peer-reviewed medical literature; three of his papers are the most cited papers in the history of their respective journals.

He has written and spoken widely on integrative medicine, including speaking about vitamin D supplementation before the 92nd annual meeting of the Pacific Division of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) in 2011. In the spring of 2013, he served as a visiting professor at Marshall University School of Medicine.