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About Us

Michael Como

Owner – FNP, CRNP, MSN

Caitlin Bley

Physical Therapist

Alyssa Termini


Victoria Collazo

PharmD, DipACLM

Natalie Koch

Registered Dietitian

Kelly Bradley

Exercise Physiologist

Michael Como

Michael is a Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner and the founder of Primary Prevention Center. Michael received his Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Villanova University, and his Master of Science in Nursing from LaSalle University and he has been working in healthcare for the past 10 years. Michael is also a member of the Medical Advisory Board for the T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies. Whether it be on a medical surgical unit, the operating room, the ER, acute in-patient rehabilitation, or the primary care setting, he has seen the devastating effects that chronic disease can have on his patients and their families. Realizing that his patients needed more guidance, education and support regarding their lifestyle choices and the positive effects that these choices can have on their lives, he opened Primary Prevention Center in February of 2023. His goal and motivations are to help patients to take back control of their health by preventing, treating, and in some cases reversing chronic disease through professionally monitored lifestyle modification.

Natalie Koch

Natalie is a Registered Dietitian who grew up in Bucks County, PA and studied nutrition and dietetics at Penn State University. She completed her dietetic internship and is currently pursuing her master’s degree through Immaculata. Natalie originally started her career in clinical inpatient care, where her passion for nutrition continues to grow. Her knowledge of acute and chronic disease coupled with patient driven care is ideal for meeting her client’s needs and optimizing their health.

Natalie’s mission is to help her community re-shape their nutritional habits to improve their long-term health and well-being. Her style of nutrition counseling focuses heavily on intuitive eating to guide her clients through new lifestyle changes. She works individually with clients to address their specific needs, while creating personalized plans that will benefit them. Whether it is breaking old dieting habits or working through a medical condition, Natalie will assist her clients utilize research-based information in their everyday routine.

Caitlin Bley

Caitlin Bley is a practicing Physical Therapist in the Acute Care/Hospital setting. Caitlin has been working in the hospital setting since her graduation from the Widener University Doctorate of Physical Therapy Program in 2011.

Caitlin is excited to branch out into the world of healthcare in a new way as a health coach. With Caitlin’s expertise on functional movement and love of patient care, she is excited to bring movement and encouragement to patient’s lives.

Caitlin continues to work per diem in a local hospital as a Physical Therapist. She is a mother of three young children and enjoys spending time with her family.

Caitlin is dedicated to building lasting relationships with new and current patients. As a health coach, Caitlin is here to support patients on their journey to a healthier lifestyle, while helping to reduce the effect that modifiable risk factors have on their lives.

Kelly Bradley

Kelly is a certified Exercise Physiologist, accredited through the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM-EP). Kelly attended Temple University where she obtained her Bachelor’s of Science in Exercise and Sports Science. Kelly has focused her work in physical rehabilitation, assisting therapists in an outpatient setting for over 3 years. After spending her time rehabilitating injuries, Kelly wants to focus her training abilities on preventing injuries, rather than waiting to work with clients after an injury has taken place. Classes and programs from Kelly focus on keeping your body mobile and active throughout life, targeting muscles essential to proper gait mechanics and injury prevention.

In her free time Kelly enjoys lifting, hiking, and trying new restaurants. She is ready to bring her knowledge to Primary Prevention Center as a health coach to help our community stay happy, healthy, and active.

Victoria Collazo PharmD, DipACLM

Dr. Victoria Collazo, PharmD, DipACLM is a graduate of University of the Sciences, Philadelphia PA, where she obtained her Doctor of Pharmacy degree. After her years of experience in traditional pharmacy, she sought to further her knowledge in the realm of lifestyle medicine, obtaining a certification in plant-based nutrition from T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies. Victoria is also a Diplomate of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine (DipACLM) and a nutrition and cooking class instructor for the Physician’s Committee for Responsible Medicine’s popular Food for Life program. She is passionate about helping individuals take control of their health, imparting her knowledge on the power of a whole-food plant-based diet, for chronic disease prevention, treatment and reversal.

Alyssa Termini

Alyssa Termini is the Philadelphia Program Director for Careers through Culinary Arts Program, a national workforce development nonprofit that provides underserved teens a pathway to success through culinary arts. Alyssa has been in the nonprofit sector for over 5 years working with and mentoring high school and college students. A graduate from Johnson & Wales University in Providence, RI with her Bachelor’s degree in Baking & Pastry Arts and Food Service Management, Alyssa worked in the food industry as a baker and event planner before moving on to nonprofits.

Alyssa lives in South Philadelphia with her pup Roux and can be found hiking around the Philadelphia region, crocheting, or exploring national parks around the country.

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