Dr. Leigh Erin Connealy attended the University of Texas School of Public Health, and then attended the University of Health Sciences Chicago Medical School.  She completed her post-graduate training at the Harbor/UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles, California. Dr. Connealy soon realized that conventional medicine had very limited returns and did not always improve the health of her patients.  Her patients were hungry for alternative approaches for improving their health.  This led her to study integrative and complementary therapies, and since then she has revolutionized the landscape of medicine.  Dr. Connealy feels that we must treat the patient with the disease and not the disease of the patient.  She has discovered that many factors contribute to the disease process; therefore, many modalities must be used to reverse it.

Dr. Connealy began practicing medicine in 1986.  In 1992, she founded the Center for New Medicine in Irvine, California, where she serves as Medical Director.  Her practice is firmly based in the belief that strictly treating the health problems with medications does not find the root cause of the illness.

 

Dr. Connealy treats the WHOLE person, and is open to all potential treatment possibilities.  She has over twenty years of experience in finding the ‘root cause of an illness’, and has taken numerous advanced courses, including homeopathic, nutritional and lifestyle approaches, while studying disease, chronic illness, and cancer treatments.  She has a true passion to change her patients’ lives, and give them their life back.

 Dr. Connealy writes and has been published in monthly health columns for “Coast” and “OC Health”, Orange County based magazines and is published in “The Journal of the American Nutraceutical Association” (JANA), along with Healthy Aging Magazine & Townsend Letter.  She is a frequent writer for Natural News and Newport Natural Health on line magazines .  www.cancerforhope.com


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