Meet Dr. Garg

Dr. Garg's approach centers around appreciating the unique needs of each and every patient to provide individualized care.  While obtaining her Master's degree in Nutrition, she  began to appreciate the science behind how food affects disease, and more importantly, how it can promote health. She went to medical school to further learn how nutrition and lifestyle impact every aspect of health, but found her training often emphasized pharmacotherapy and disease management, rather than comprehensive healing and disease prevention. As a family physician, she felt frustrated by short visits that were neither personalized nor effective in helping patients optimize their health. This led her to pursue training in integrative medicine, a science-based approach that couples conventional medicine with complimentary techniques to heal people in a more complete, multifaceted way. 

As a physician with formal training in both family medicine and integrative medicine, Dr. Garg is uniquely poised to understand the pathophysiology associated with disease and poor health, while being armed with a variety tools to promote wellness and life long healing. She will work individually with you to address your specific concerns, while also helping you optimize your health in ways you may never have imagined.

Professional Training:

Columbia University: Master of Science,  Nutrition

Wright State University, Boonshoft School of Medicine: Medical Doctor

University of Chicago: Internship and Residency in Family Medicine

University of Arizona: Fellowship in Integrative Medicine

Integrative medicine brings the focus back to the individual by offering evidence based treatment plans for a myriad of issues after considering one's medical history, genetics, lifestyle, nutrition, and circumstances.