Charles Sciutto

is a registered nurse with a Masters in Oriental Medicine and licensed acupuncturist for the state of California. As a licensed practitioner, Charlie has brought integrative medicine to Santa Barbara since 2010. In private practice for the past four years presently located in the medical community surrounding Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital. Working with orthopedic MDs and insurance companies for years providing highly effective pain resolution during thousands of patient visits. Specialties include;

  • Non-surgical resolution of degenerative joint/musculoskeletal injuries, neurologic deterioration, autoimmune and cosmetic needs via ultrasound-guided restorative cell therapy, acupuncture, and nutrition.
  • Non-surgical/non-pharmaceutical treatment of degenerative eye diseases such as glaucoma, macular degeneration, retinitis pigmentosa, cataracts, floaters and chronic/acute dry eyes.

Elvyn Joy Sciutto, Medical Coordinator

Local Santa Barbara resident Graduate with an associate degree in nursing. Worked in nursing and medical field for three decades specializes in adults and geriatrics. Medical coordinator for HHH and Acupuncture and SBRHC. In charge of insurance issues including filing, billing, and accounts receivable. Enjoys traveling, spending time with family, baking, and walking.

Teri Bilhartz, DO, MPH

I am excited to be a part of Santa Barbara Health Clinic, and it is my honor to serve you in any way possible! I embrace the vast field of medicine that includes so many avenues to health, from traditional to holistic practices, and from Western to Eastern philosophies. I graduated from Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine, completed an internship in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Hawaii, as well as a specialty residency in Preventive Medicine and Public Health at Stony Brook University in New York. I am board certified in Preventive Medicine and have done extensive training in areas such as lifestyle changes and hormone replacement therapy. I also hold a Master’s Degree in Public Health from Columbia University in New York. Teaching medical students and residents is one of my greatest passions, and I have served as faculty at my alma mater medical school.