Dr. Sailaja K Reddy M.D, Internist
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Dr. Sailaja K Reddy M.D


463 Worcester Rd Suite 103 Framingham MA, 01701



Dr. Sailaja Reddy, a.k.a Dr. Saila is a Functional Medicine physician over 25 years of experience as an internist, aims to heal patients through Functional medicine approach, a new model of Healthcare, that focuses on identifying the root cause of illness and treating your body as a whole system, rather than treating isolated set of symptoms. Dr. Saila does advanced diagnostic testing and tailor the treatment plans to patient’s specific needs. Dr. Saila is functional and integrative medicine specialist, is a founder of RootHealthMD in Framingham, MA, USA, her special interest is Gut Restoration for GI tract dysfunction which is the root cause of many chronic conditions. Dr. Saila is also weight management specialist, and applies functional approach to help successful weight loss.  She completed her medical degree at S.V.Medical college in Tirupati, did her residency at St. Elizabeth’s Hospital, in Brighton, MA, and received advanced training in Functional medicine, Obesity medicine, Integrative medicine and Culinary Medicine. She is a certified physician through the Institute of Functional Medicine. She attended lifestyle modification courses at Institute of Lifestyle Medicine, Harvard Medical School. She speaks in community gatherings and conducted health workshops in Massachusetts. She has a YouTube channel on Healthy cooking with nearly 4,000 following, and a Health and nutrition website drsaila.com with healthy recipes that attracted more than 90,000 followers on Facebook page. She published several articles in her website. She is the author of an eBook on weight loss, ‘Whittling away your waist’. She lives in Canton, MA, with her husband and two sons. Dr. Saila is a Nature-lover, enjoys her free time traveling, hiking, gardening, cooking, and reading. She lives by the Motto: “Health is what enables us to live life to the fullest"


Education and Training

Tufts University MD 1996

Board Certification

American Board of Integrative Holistic Medicine

American Board of Obesity Medicine

Integrative Medicine (Physician Specialties)

Internal Medicine (Physician Specialties)

Internal MedicineAmerican Board of Internal MedicineABIM

Provider Details

Female English, Hindi, Telugu

Areas of expertise and specialization

Internal Medicine, Functional Medicine, Integrative Medicine, Obesity Medicine, Culinary Medicine, Gut restoration protocols through Functional medicine approach.

Faculty Titles & Positions

  • IFMCP Institute of Functional Medicine 2019 - Present
  • ABoIM American Board of Integrative Medicine 2017 - Present
  • CCMS Culinary Certified Medical Specialist 2018 - Present
  • ABOM American Board of Obesity Medicine 2017 - Present


  • Top Internist Women in Medicine 
  • Outstanding Women of 2020 India New England News 

Professional Memberships

  • Academy of Integrative Health  
  • Massachusetts Medical Society  
  • Institute of Functional Medicine  
  • American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI)  
  • Indian Medical Association fo New England (IMANE)  

Charities and Philanthropic Endeavors

  • Dr. Saila speaks in community gatherings and conducted health workshops in Massachusetts. She has a YouTube channel on Healthy cooking, and a Health and nutrition website drsaila.com

Areas of research

Functional Medicine, Integrative Medicine, Obesity Medicine

Dr. Sailaja K Reddy M.D's Practice location


463 Worcester Rd Suite 103 -
Framingham, MA 01701
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