About Dr. Travis Whitney
NMD, MSc, MSAc
Travis Whitney is a Board Certified Doctor licensed in the states of Arizona and California. Dr. Whitney is a specialist in stem cell and integrative medicine and is a member of the International Society for Cell and Gene Therapy (ISCT). He graduated from the National University of Natural Medicine (NUNM) in Portland, OR with a Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine and a Masters of Science in Integrative Medicine Research, as well as a Masters of Acupuncture from the Phoenix Institute of Herbal Medicine and Acupuncture.
Dr. Whitney is the founder of Innate Healthcare. Innate Healthcare is one of the premiere clinics in regenerative and personalized medicine in the US, with patients flying from all over the country to receive care. When not practicing at Innate, Dr. Whitney consults, trains and performs treatments for other clinics across the U.S.
At Innate Healthcare, Dr. Whitney’s philosophy is to use a combination of treatments to heal almost any condition. He utilizes stem cell therapy as well as integrative approaches like Functional, Naturopathic, and Chinese Medicine.
Dr. Whitney’s practice focuses on regenerative stem cell medicine, painful joints and nerve conditions, hair restoration, bio-identical hormone replacement, pain management, stress/anxiety/depression, SIBO, diabetes, weight management, heart disease, physical/sports medicine and preventative medicine.
He is one of the leading clinical experts in regenerative medicine and was recently featured as one of the leading regenerative medicine experts around the globe in the docu-series Pain Revealed. He has treated hundreds of patients from across the country successfully with common chronic conditions such as knee, back, and shoulder pain, anti-aging, musculoskeletal injuries, nerve pains (peripheral neuropathy), autoimmune conditions, Autism, COPD, heart failure, and many more.
Dr. Whitney was born and raised in Fort Walton Beach, FL. After time in the US Army as an Infantry Officer he pursued studying medicine. When not practicing medicine or in the lab he enjoys exercise, meditation, studying spirituality, cooking, gardening, hiking/camping, traveling, reading, playing guitar and studying all things for health and healing.