Health & Wellness
Tampa, FL 33604
Mortar & Pestle revives the old-time tradition of a neighborhood pharmacy in Seminole Heights, for those who crave a relaxed pace, personal touch, and handcrafted flavor. Inspired by America’s historic mom-and-pop drugstores, where pharmacists once filled prescriptions and mixed ice cream sodas with equal skill, Mortar & Pestle delivers attentive service for everything from soothing an ache to soothing a sweet tooth. Fill your everyday prescription needs at our modern, independent pharmacy while you relax in our café next door, savoring locally made sodas and espresso drinks, Florida craft beers, wines, desserts, and small plates. Like the pharmacy soda shops of the early 1900s, Mortar & Pestle is a community gathering place where stories are traded over fizzy concoctions, and memories are made from simple moments. Visit us today and discover a new tradition.
Seminole Heights Community Acupuncture, our staff, and volunteers are members of the People’s Organization of Community Acupuncture. POCA is a co-operative run and fueled by co-op members who believe that acupuncture should be available to people: learn more about that here.
We see acupuncture changing lives every day. It’s simple, safe and effective, as well as the most widely used medicine in the world! Last year POCA clinics, about 200 of them in all, gave more than 1 million treatments. Our goal is to make that number 50 million treatments by the year 2020. Effective & convenient!
Sliding scale rates: $15-$40 per visit.
Tampa, FL 33603
Dr. Lott was born in Detroit and lived there before moving to Florida prior to starting high school. After high school, Dr. Lott attended the University of South Florida (Go Bulls!). While attending USF, Dr. Lott also became a member of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity, which provided many positive and unique opportunities. After graduating with his BS in Biomedical Science, Dr. Lott went on to Palmer College of Chiropractic Florida. While at Palmer, he made the dean’s list every year and was even fortunate enough to travel to Fiji as part of the clinic abroad program. While in Fiji, he visited many orphanages and provided care to the children as well as many other indigent locals. The opportunity provided him with a great wealth of experience and humility. After graduating from Palmer, he came back to Tampa, where he worked for a group who’s primary focus was treating people injured in motor vehicle accidents. He was with the group for three years before opening his own practice. Now that he has opened his own practice, he has had a chance to see a wide variety of conditions. Dr. Lott enjoys the challenges of every day practice and the new experiences it brings. He looks forward to continuing his participation within the immediate Seminole Heights/Tampa Heights community and the greater Tampa Bay area.