Member Profile: Linda Khoshaba

Biography
Dr. Linda Khoshaba has been practicing as an Associate Physician at Integrative Health for 8 years. She specializes in treating Hashimoto’s and Graves thyroid disease, Adrenal Dysfunction, and hormone imbalances in both men and women.   

She believes that you have the potential to achieve optimal wellness and vitality.  This is why she chose to become a physician that focuses on identifying and treating the root causes of chronic disease.  She treats each patient by focusing on the entire physical, mental, emotional, genetic, environmental, social aspects of health. Dr. Khoshaba works every day to empower people, patients, and communities to engage the healing power of the body. 

Dr. Khoshaba is a naturopathic primary care physician, leader, speaker, educator and advocate in her field.  She received her Doctorate from Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine.  Prior to moving to Phoenix, Arizona, Dr. Khoshaba completed her Master’s Degree in Health Promotion and Public Health from Brunel University in London, England where she focused mainly on patient self-management of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus.  She completed her undergraduate degree in Health Sciences (Honors) at the University of Western Ontario, Canada.

How I got interested in Endocrinology:
I always had a passion to learn about hormones and was fascinated that these tiny molecules had significant impacts on health. I was drawn to this field to learn more about preventing the onset of conditions like Type 2 DM since a few of my family members had it. I knew that if I could understand the mechanisms and natural therapies, this would help me to reduce the chances that I could get it.  With this knowledge and further studies in this field, it enables me to each of these principles and strategies to my patients so that they can also be the healthiest version of themselves. 

Fun Fact about me:
I fluently speak an ancient language called Aramaic. This is my mother tongue and my Assyrian culture has existed since the 25th century BC.

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