Christina Waggaman was diagnosed with ADHD in high school. But there was more to her psychologist’s evaluation that didn’t interest her–until she started to run into the limits of that diagnostic frame.
Christina Waggaman’s passion is integrative medicine: finding ways to integrate traditional and natural therapies with modern treatments. She became a student of Eastern traditional medicine after ten years in public health and biomedical research, and holds master’s degrees in public health and in biostatistics. Christina believes in an ecological approach to diagnosing and treating disease and that patients should be fully informed of the pros and cons of natural approaches compared with pharmacological approaches to treatment. She is also a Registered Yoga Teacher.