Healing Journey Now!
Meet Our Team
Medical Director & Founder
Leigh Erin Connealy, MD
Leigh Erin Connealy, MD attended the University of Texas School of Public Health, and then attended the University of Health Sciences Chicago Medical School. She completed her post-graduate training at the Harbor/UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles, California.
Stories of Hope
Dr. Connealy Is an Angel along with all the other medical staff here They helped cure my mom completely of cancer.
I thank Dr Bita for her many wonderful treatment recommendations so that I am doing great, 2.5 years after being diagnosed with stage 4 cancer, without any need of chemo. I also thank her for carefully monitoring my body's needs.
I saw Dr. Connealy after my surgery. I wish I met and knew her before the surgery. She still safe my life. Amazing cancer center and highly recommend it. She will run individual tests and biomeridian, and cancer cascades test. You do not have to wait for symptoms to appear, there are tests to find out if you are genetically probe to get cancer. I ran into a woman who Cedar Sinai wants to do double mastectomy, city of
Loved my visit here! Very comfortable and everyone very knowledgable! Looking forward to going back!
Dr. Connealy, every morning I say a prayer of thanksgiving for you. I am not the same person I was a year ago. I am alive and although not ‘happy’ all the time, I have a sense of well being and confidence. …Life is good! I am grateful I found you!
Thank you Dana. The program there (Cancer Center For Healing), I feel, is a beautiful fit for L.A. I will keep working with her on my end as well which is in total alignment with your center. A year ago we had a mutual friend who succumbed in a horrific manner to melanoma. I had shared your information with this friend at the time but she wanted nothing to do with it and chose not to contact you. I had a great conversation with
In 2004 I found out that I had cancer in my bladder and one of my lymph glands. I had both tumors removed. The doctor did not remove my bladder and later said it was because he knew I was going to die and didn’t want to do that to me. The oncologist said I needed to do chemo, but even with it he didn’t give much hope. I chose not to do chemo, but knew I had to change a few things in my diet and my life. I started juicing and
In June, 2008 my son was born. Six months after my son was born I began to see blood in my stool. I became extremely fatigued to the point I never felt rested, had difficulty getting up in the morning and it was difficult to get through the day. I occasionally would see blood in my stool so I went to a family practice in Newport Beach CA, whose doctors trained at Harvard. I asked for a full physical and told them I felt something was
Mine is the typical story of being the last one you think would have cancer. I’ve always exercised and/or had a trainer. I watch what I eat and drink plenty of water. I never drink soft drinks, fried foods, or white carbohydrates. Love my broccoli and blueberries. Up until recently I have never had an illness or an injury nor have I been in the hospital. So what happened????? I thought I did everything to keep the bogeyman
Well…it all started so innocently. I grew up on a diet of meat, potatoes, ice cream, chips, sodas, milk, and a little fruit & veggies. It seemed so American & apple pie. My parent’s generation thought that they we providing a great foundation with the diet we had.
Both of my parents smoked. They didn’t even think about exercising. They were great parents and kept my