- Medical director of The Cancer Center For Healing and Center For New Medicine
- Author of “The Cancer Revolution” and “Be Perfectly Healthy”
- Host of “Dr. Detective TV,” airing on the JUL-TV Television Network
Dr. Leigh Erin Connealy is a prominent leader in the integrative/functional medicine field (taking the best of all sciences, including homeopathic and conventional treatments). She is the medical director of The Cancer Center For Healing and Center For New Medicine. The combined clinics have become the largest integrative medical clinic in North America with 47,000 patients, and visited by patients from all over the world.
Dr. Connealy is the author of two books, “The Cancer Revolution” published in 2017 and “Be Perfectly Healthy” published in 2009 and has revolutionized the landscape of medicine. In 2017, she was named one of the top 50 functional and integrative doctors in the country. Dr. Connealy feels we must treat the whole person, the patient with the disease and not the disease of the patient, while determining the origin of the illness.
Dr. Connealy began a TV Series as host of “Dr. Detective TV,” airing on the JUL-TV Television Network beginning in July 2018. She has discovered that many factors contribute to the disease process; therefore, many modalities must be used to reverse it, and spending the proper time with each patient to allow for reversal of the disease is also necessary. Dr. Connealy and her team of practitioners make this happen each and every day at her multi-disciplined state-of-the-art clinic while providing quality-of-life treatments.
Dr. Connealy has 31 years of experience and has taken numerous advanced courses, including homeopathic, nutritional and lifestyle approaches, while studying disease, chronic illness and alternative or integrative/functional medicine cancer treatments. In addition, Dr. Connealy imparts her wisdom in educating medical practitioners from all over the world through public speaking engagements, webinars and podcasts.
Dr. Leigh Erin Connealy received her bachelor’s degree in biology and Latin from the University of St. Thomas, later going on to receive her medical degree from Rosalind Franklin University/The Chicago Medical School.