MY MISSION: Transform your health
So many people I know have accepted and choose to cope with not feeling well by taking medications to mask the symptoms. The problem is, not every ailment will scream to you in discomfort. Many are quieter changes that have taken place over months and years. It is and certainly can be a daunting task to take your health into your own hands with little training. That’s where I come in.
I’m on a mission to transform and optimize your health, quality of life and wellbeing!
As a naturopathic physician, I believe in using minimal intervention to restore health by addressing the root cause(s) of illness while strengthening the body’s innate healing ability in the prevention. The current medical system is built around symptomatic and pharmaceutical oriented temporary solutions. Many seemingly complex illnesses share similar patterns and triggers. With limited collaborative management in healthcare providers, the missing yet fundamental components to wellness are often overlooked. It is my job to solve your puzzles, dig into root causes, and guide your maladapted organs to regain vitality and wellness.
I am specialized in using bio-identical hormones, nutrients and herbal medicine to modify age-related diseases especially neurocognitive related, such as dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, and others include:
- Cardiovascular illness (hypertension, atherosclerosis, erectile dysfunction)
- Environmental illness(heavy metal intoxication)
- Digestive illness (acid reflux, leaky gut syndrome)
- Lyme disease, CIRS (chronic inflammatory response syndrome)
- Hormonal and endocrine imbalances (type II diabetes, menopause, andropause, obesity, and autoimmune diseases)
I am looking forward to helping you achieve a better you!
Best in health,
Dr. Monica Xu, ND
Dr. Monica Xu has completed a four-year medical training at Bastyr University, leading innovation in natural medicine with additional training under New England School of Homeopathy. Prior to her career in naturopathic medicine, she worked with CDC epidemiologists conducting research projects regarding iron deficiency related disease in West Africa and holds a bachelor degree in nutritional science from Pennsylvania State University.