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At Transformational Medicine, Dr. Emily Takeuchi-Miller, or “Dr. Em”, enjoys seeing patients of all ages and is committed to helping them live well no matter what their current condition. Each and every patient has a unique story to tell and Takeuchi-Miller believes that the best medicine is performed when doctors and patients work together as partners to achieve optimal health. She looks for the root cause in each case and utilizes different modalities to empower patients on their healing journey.
As an avid athlete growing up, Takeuchi-Miller experienced first-hand the importance of healthy lifestyle habits for both the mind and body and preventative care. Her passion for medicine was inspired by her mother, an applied kinesiologist with a deep interest in anthroposophical medicine and Waldorf education.
Takeuchi-Miller earned her Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine from Bastyr University California. She then went on to complete a one-year general medicine residency at the Bastyr University Clinic. She also holds a BA in Biology from Bryn Mawr College in Philadelphia, with a minor in Japanese. Prior to entering medical school, she spent three years in Japan teaching English to children grades 5 to 9.
Takeuchi-Miller completed two years of general medicine clinical rotations in addition to volunteer work at various community clinics. She has also completed rotations specializing in adjunctive cancer care, pediatrics, IV therapy, homeopathy and mind-body medicine/biofeedback.
By utilizing various diagnostics tests and a multidisciplinary approach rooted in evidence-based natural medicine, Takeuchi-Miller helps patients address a wide variety of conditions including: allergies, anxiety, asthma, ADD, ADHD, insomnia, pain, depression, fatigue, headaches, high blood pressure, PMS, digestive issues, hormonal imbalance and adrenal function. Her treatments involve a mixture of therapeutics, including clinical nutrition, botanicals, homeopathy, vitamins, biofeedback and hydrotherapy.
Takeuchi-Miller has presented research at several conferences including the Academy of Integrative Health and Medicine and the Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback. Her research is centered on the use of biofeedback in retraining the nervous system to be more resilient to stress.
Takeuchi-Miller is a native of Tucson and is excited to come back home and serve the community in which she was raised. She is currently taking new patients and doing telemedicine. See ad, page 2.