Response to article letter on
Improved Outcomes in Multiple Sclerosis Using a Lifestyle Medicine Approach
Shipra Bansal, MD, is an Assistant Professor of Family Medicine and the Director of Osteopathic and Lifestyle Medicine at A.T. Still University - School of Osteopathic Medicine in Arizona (ATSU-SOMA). In this capacity she is leading the implementation of a fully integrated lifestyle medicine curriculum at the university.
She is a family physician who specializes in providing care to underserved populations. She has a special interest in making healthy lifestyles, particularly nutrition, accessible to underserved populations.
In this capacity, Dr. Bansal has been working with patients on whole-food plant-based eating patterns since 2014 and now conducts group visits in nutrition designed to help patients stabilize or reverse disease.
Dr. Bansal completed her training at Harbor-UCLA in 2008. She is dual boarded in Family Medicine as well as Lifestyle Medicine. She is also a certified clinical health coach and strives to create empowering relationships with her patients.
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