Philosophy

Philosophy Of A Naturopathic Cardiologist

The true power of healing – of making our beings whole – exists in each and every one of us. – Dr. Cynthia

The heart is the most magnificent organ in the body. It is the life-giving source of blood to each cell and every organ. The fast pace of today’s world makes it more crucial than ever to understand that the heart is more than just a physical organ, but also a manifestation of your mental and spiritual health.

Uniting Eastern and Western practices, Harvard-trained naturopathic cardiologist Dr. Cynthia Thaik, MD and her staff have made it their objective to keep their patients’ hearts healthy and vibrant – in its truest definition. Sometimes the road to health means changing long-held habits, but Dr. Cynthia and her team greet such challenges with compassion and focus. Their motto is, “If you’re willing to commit to a healthier life, than we are here to help you”.

naturopathic cardiologist Dr. Cynthia Thaik
The true power of healing – of making our beings whole – exists in each and every one of us – Dr. Cynthia

Dr. Cynthia, MD

Dr. Cynthia, one of the top doctors in Los Angeles, is a Harvard-trained* holistic cardiologist who practices with her heart. She helps replace stress, fear, and anxiety in patients by instilling a sense of inner calm and peace. She educates and inspires clients to take proactive steps towards health and healing. Her team has helped thousands of people transform their lives through the ways they think, feel, and act.

Naturopathic cardiologist Dr. Cynthia has known that she would serve this calling since the age of five, after accompanying her physician mother to the medical clinic in their home country of Myanmar, formerly known as Burma. There, she witnessed the pure hands-on art of healing, free from the modern-day challenges of drugs, bureaucracy, and the threat of malpractice.

This experience laid dormant deep within her as she navigated her American life, completed her modern medical training at Harvard Medical School, and subsequently began practicing Western medicine. It wasn’t until the opening of her own wellness center three years ago—where she guided her patients to experience tremendous improvement in their health and well-being through integrative lifestyle practices that focused on weight loss, nutrition, fitness, and spiritual practices—that those early childhood memories of the art of self-directed healing were reawakened.

* As noted on the Providence, St. Joseph Medical Center Hospital, Burbank CA, website.