Our Mission Statement

The Center For Wellness seeks  the most advanced solutions to 21st century health challenges while maintaining our focus on the individual and their unique needs.  We provide each individual with respect, compassion, and the confidentiality they deserve.

We aim to optimize disease prevention through an ongoing dedication to uncovering  the most innovative and validated therapies in medicine.

Through 21  years of determined research and collaboration with nutritionists, physicians, and researchers  from all over the world, our goal has been and remains,  to provide advanced medical solutions of the highest caliber in solving the complex health disorders of our time.


Dr. Speight obtained his undergraduate work in chemistry at University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. He attended medical school at East Carolina School of Medicine and completed his residency at University of South Carolina-Columbia

He is board certified in Family Medicine and has additional training in Metal Toxicology, Nutritional, and Environmental Medicine. He is a member of the American Academy of Environmental Medicine and is the Past President of The American College for the Advancement of Medicine (ACAM). For five years he served as an assistant professor at Capitol University of Integrative Medicine in Washington, DC and has authored several book chapters and a number of articles in the peer reviewed literature.



Carrie Olinski PA-C joined the Center for Wellness in the fall of 2017 and has been a wonderful addition to the healthcare providers at CFW.   A native of Southern New Jersey, she graduated from Gardner-Webb University in 2005 with a BS in Biology.  She later completed Arcadia University’s Physician Assistant Program in Christiana, Delaware in 2010.

She moved to North Carolina in 2010, where she started working at an integrative family practice in rural NC.  Carrie is Functional Medicine Certified and has extensive experience assessing and treating bowel disorders and biotoxin induced illnesses such as Lyme and Mold.  She has been able to precept with well-known Lyme-literate physicians: Joseph Jemsek and Richard Horowitz.

When she’s not caring for our patients, Carrie loves to cook, exercise, hike and travel.  Most recently completed her certification for Wilderness First Responder in August 2019.  She and her husband live in South Charlotte and love their home church, Mercy Church.

Loretta Quayle,
Functional Medicine Certified Health Coach

As a young girl I watched my mother lose her battle with breast cancer and witnessed how little was known about the connection with nutrition and lifestyle in cancer treatment and prevention.

My mother died December 22, 1971 – one day before President Richard Nixon declared war on cancer. We haven’t won the war but we do know a lot more about it! I currently have a 20+ year background in nutrition. It has been my mission over the years to learn and discover everything and anything to help myself and others get and stay healthy. As a Functional Medicine Certified Health Coach I specialize in working with clients in the area of behavior change. This empowers clients to draw on their own internal strengths, develop self-knowledge and embrace self-management strategies. This is a partnership (I liken it to a mountain climbing expedition, it is your journey, I am your guide holding the flashlight when it is dark).

As a certified practitioner for HeartMath, I will be able to customize my clients needs with this invaluable tool, helping to navigate depression, anxiety and other areas due to stress responses. HeartMath is a form of biofeedback with a proven history of lowering stress and anxiety levels,
strengthening your immune system, and promoting your body’s optimal performance.

I believe in work/life balance and as I coach others in work/life balance, stress reduction, health, nutrition, wellness and self accountability, I will continue to live by my own tenet of time in nature, with friends, recreation and most importantly my family here in Bozeman, Montana.

“The food you eat can be either the safest and most powerful form of medicine or the slowest form of poison.”
—Ann Wigmore, health advocate and founder of the Hippocrates Health Institute

What Patients Are Saying

My coworkers and friends keep asking me how I lost all the weight, and I tell them Dr. Speight discovered the root cause of my health issues. Thanks to you I feel better than I have in years!!!

After ten years of being so ill, I feel fortunate to finally get my life back again. I am so grateful to have a doctor who stays current with new treatments and never gives up on the patient. I wanted to tell my story to give you hope that there is help and tell you to never give up.

What a concept: a doctor who actually listens to the patient, has no agenda other than to heal, and knows how to treat a toxic brain injury! I’ve made a dramatic recovery and have thrown away my medication.

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1258 Mann Drive

Suite 100

Matthews, NC 28105

Contact us

(704) 847-2022


Office Hours

9am - 5pm