Advancing Voluntary, Informed Consent to Medical Intervention
Prachi Garodia, MD is board licensed in internal medicine in Oregon and Texas. Her medical education was at Lady Hardinge Medical College in New Delhi, India and her Residency was at The New York Hospital Medical Center of Queens. Dr. Garodia is also board certified in integrative medicine (ABHM), Alternative Medicine (AAIM), and Functional Medicine (AFMCP). She has diplomas in Ayurveda, Yoga, and Acupuncture. Dr. Garodia practices in Medford, OR specializing in the care of people with chronic diseases. She uses an integrative medicine approach and has been practicing for 23 years.
Dr. Garodia has published review articles about the integration of ancient Ayurvedic medical concepts in modern medicine. “From traditional Ayurvedic medicine to modern medicine: identification of therapeutic targets for suppression of inflammation and cancer” at the M.D. Anderson cancer center, published in Expert Opinion Therapeutic Targets (2006) She has been awarded by the AMA-Physician Recognition Award with Commendation” from 2011-2014.
“We are faced with stress and anxiety every day, making it difficult to stay grounded in one’s self. I focus on taking health to the next level — not just maintenance — to help patients get to the root of their problems. Together, we look at treatments that address the causes.”
The integrative medicine approach allows Dr. Garodia to address how stress, lifestyle, personal history and mindfulness influence health. She may use Ayurvedic medicine (balancing mind, body and spirit), yoga or meditation within a treatment plan. Healthy eating, sleep management, acupuncture recommendation, gentle detoxification, targeted nutritional therapy and other holistic healing methods might also be considered.
Dr. Garodia’s practice is with the Asante Physician Partners in Medford Oregon. She speaks English, Hindi, Pujabi, and Urdu