The goal of Integrative Oncology is to improve quality and quantity of
life for people affected by cancer through:
- preventing or
reducing side effects of cancer treatment
- improving nutritional
- supporting the immune
- educating on healthy
Dr. Wright works with
you as a specialist in the field of integrative oncology, to incorporate natural tools that are evidence based. She takes time to listen and provides ecudation on sleep hygiene, relaxation,
meditation, exercise, and food planning/preparation with a strong emphasis on reducing stress, and exploring the meaning and purpose of life.
Dr. Wright helps people find confidence and purpose in their journey to increase
health. To listen to a webinar given by Dr. Wright on what is naturopathic oncology, click here.
Dr. Wright's recommendations
may include: counseling, referrals to providers in oncology care, acupuncture, exercise, relaxation practices, botanical therapies, vitamins, minerals, enzymes, nutritional approaches,
and intravenous therapy. Dr. Wright helps determine the right selection of therapies that will be most effective at helping achieve your health goals.
Dr. Wright is a Fellow of the American
Board of Naturopathic Oncology (FABNO) since 2011, and practiced for 12 years in hospital based care before moving into private practice in 2017. Dr. Wright has led the development of
integrative clinical programs in conventional treatment settings in New York and Pennsylvania and has trained 8 residents in 2 year integrative oncology residency programs. Dr. Wright is a
member of the Oncology Association of Naturopathic Physicians (OncANP.org) and the Society of Integrative Oncology
Dr. Wright co- directed the
development of an integrative oncology research database called KNOWoncology.org, and is the immediate past president of the Oncology Association of Naturopathic Physicians from 2017-2019. Dr. Wright has published articles in peer reviewed journals, and is a contributor and guest editor for the Natural Medicine Journal oncology edition, the Townsend Journal and the NDNR.