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About Dr. Luminita Alexe, NMD

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Functional Medicine Doctor / Naturopathic Medical Doctor

Dr. Luminita Alexe is a board certified Naturopathic Medical Doctor licensed in Arizona. She received her Bachelors of Science in Clinical Nutrition from Loyola University of Chicago and her doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine from the National University of Health Sciences, specializing in functional medicine and nutrition. She is a member of the Arizona Naturopathic Medical Association and the Institute of Functional Medicine. Dr. Alexe is trained in injection therapies through the American Osteopathic Association of Prolotherapy Regenerative Medicine as well as studying directly under Dr. Travis Whitney.

As a Functional Medicine Practitioner, Dr. Alexe implements functional medicine protocols and nutrition with her patients. Functional and Naturopathic medicine practitioners utilize science-based approach with diagnostic testing to focus on the fundamental underlying factors that cause patients symptoms and conditions, getting to the root cause of the disease.

Dr. Alexe specializes in treating autoimmune conditions, Autism, fatigue/low energy, hormonal imbalances and hormonal optimization, thyroid imbalances, diabetes, digestive concerns (bloating, constipation diarrhea, IBS), pain management, cognitive decline, anxiety and depression. She is dedicated to working with individuals who struggle with long term health concerns and are frustrated with the current medical care they are receiving.

Dr. Alexe is a speaker and authority on functional integrative medicine, creating tremendous momentum in her community. After medical school she has supported, volunteered and brought mentorship to Home of the Sparrow – an organization for homeless women and children. She has changed countless people’s lives through her unique approach, passion, and unparalleled commitment to positive change.

Discover how our cutting-edge, advanced treatment approach of Functional and Regenerative Medicine, is changing lives and changing the practice of medicine.