Kulreet Chaudhary, MD
Dr. Kulreet Chaudhary is passionate about helping people achieve their goals by fine-tuning their health. She effectively combines her expertise in neurology and medicine with her proficiency in ayurvedic wellness programs to develop tailored health plans for her clients. She is also committed to bringing national awareness to the need for a paradigm shift in medicine that focuses on patient empowerment and a health-based medical system.
Dr. Chaudhary is the Director of Neurology at Wellspring Health in Scripps Memorial Hospital and a pioneer in the field of Integrative Medicine. Dr. Chaudhary has successfully developed a powerful system to manage chronic neurological disorders—such as multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease and migraine headaches—by incorporating fundamental changes in diet, behavior and stress, in addition to the standard allopathic approach to neurology.
Dr. Chaudhary also serves as a consultant to large medical corporations to integrate complementary and alternative (CAM) therapies with existing allopathic programs. She is the President of Habit Change, California where she has founded the division to change existing allopathic medical practices into Integrative Medicine Centers using compassion-based health coaching, meditation and ayurvedic knowledge to combat chronic diseases such as diabetes, obesity, coronary heart disease, depression, etc. Dr. Chaudhary is creating a new model for health care that is based on teaching patients the principles of health and personal transformation.
Dr. Chaudhary is also a neuroscientist for Coordinated Clinical Research where she has participated in over 20 clinical research studies in the areas of multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, ALS, and diabetic peripheral neuropathy. Her research includes groundbreaking work in stem cell therapies for diabetic peripheral neuropathy and drug development for the treatment of ALS. Dr. Chaudhary is also on the board of directors of the non-profit organization, Center for Neurologic Study, which is dedicated to researching the cause and treatment of neurological disease as well as supporting patient education programs.
Dr. Chaudhary completed her internship in Internal Medicine at UCLA and her Neurology Fellowship at UCSD. She received her M.D. from Loma Linda University Medical School and was elected into the Alpha Omega Honor Society, which is it is one of the highest national honors bestowed to medical students based on their academic, leadership and ethical performances. She received her Bachelors Degrees in Biology, English Literature and Chemistry from La Sierra University.
For more on Dr. Chaudhary's work, visit Wellspring Health.
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