Dr. Thalia Hale’s passion is exploring complex, chronic health conditions. She treats each individual as a unique person, exploring seemingly unrelated symptoms and weaving them into a complete storyline. With this approach, digging deeper and connecting the dots, she is able to shine a light onto the path towards healing and give her patients tools to fight back for their vibrant health.
Dr. Hale graduated from the National College of Natural Medicine (now the Natural University of Natural Medicine). She started her practice working with patients concerned about digestive and hormone issues. And as time went on, more patients seemed to be affected by symptoms across various systems of their bodies. To meet the needs of her patients, she expanded her focus to chronic complex diseases like Mast Cell Activation Syndrome, Mold Illnesses, Lyme disease/its co-infections, and PANS/PANDAS
Her approach includes diet and lifestyle support, supplements, and medications when appropriate to facilitate detoxification and the restoration of normal physiology.
Outside the clinic, Dr. Hale enjoys traveling, dancing (especially Cuban Salsa), and enjoying time with her loving hubs, family, pups, and friends. She loves connecting with people and learning about different cultures.