Dr. Lisa Rosenberger, ND, LAc, Preventative Medicine Specialist
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Dr. Lisa Rosenberger, ND, LAc

Preventative Medicine Specialist

217 Montowese St Branford CT, 06405

About

Dr. Lisa Rosenberger is a Naturopathic Doctor (ND) and Licensed Acupuncturist (LAc). She is deeply committed to the philosophy, principles and practices of integrative and Naturopathic healthcare. She believes the bodies are made to heal on their own and any route to optimal health & function will involve removing the interferences and obstacles that people encounter regularly.

 

At East West Integrative Health Clinic in Branford, CT, she treats many different health concerns that men and women encounter including hormone imbalances, autoimmune diseases, digestive disorders, pain conditions, cardiometabolic issues and obesity. She specializes in Integrative Internal Medicine and bringing both Conventional and Complementary & Alternative Medicine philosophies and therapies together. 

 

In 2008, she graduated with Honors in Research from the National College of Natural Medicine in Portland, OR, and completed two residencies in integrative & general medicine. Following the residencies, Dr, Rosenberger was a NIH-funded research fellow at the Yale-Griffin Prevention Research Center in Derby, Connecticut. 

 

For the very best in Naturopathic & Integrative medical care, call 203.915. 9125 or text us 475.252.8383.

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Dr. Lisa Rosenberger, ND, LAc's Expert Contributions
  • Heart Health for Women

    Heart Health for WomenDid you know that heart disease is the leading cause of death for women worldwide? It's a startling fact that many tend to overlook and focus more on other health issues that they assume are bigger threats. But here’s a question - are you aware of how prevalent heart...

  • Do naturopathic diets create a lot of acidity?

    There is no one naturopathic diet and Naturopathic doctors have years of nutrition training while they are in medical school. Often times, Naturopathic doctors will prescribe specific diets for specific conditions or prescribe changes to your diet that will provide benefit against the health condition that ails you. However when we start to eat different or change the foods we eat, we can experience digestion changes or headaches because of the shifts our bodies undergo with the changes in diet. A great example, would be when you stop drinking coffee and get a headache for a couple of days afterwards. Your body is missing the caffeine and you have a withdrawal headache. It is temporary and will go away. Drink plenty of water and make sure to have regular bowel movements. If you are not tolerating the diet changes, it is best to go over this with you Naturopathic physician. READ MORE

  • Is there a cure for PCOS with naturopathy?

    Naturopathy (or Naturopathic medicine) is a philosophy and approach to addressing health concerns by understanding the healing capacity of the body and the power in nature (ie natural remedies), along with treating the cause and the whole person, educating patients and communities, and knowing prevention is the best medicine. That being said there is a lot that can utilized to help with PCOS and helping to conceive. Please follow up with a Naturopathic physician near you to get an individualized plan. READ MORE

  • Is there a naturopathic treatment for spondylitis?

    Naturopathy (or Naturopathic medicine) is a philosophy and approach to addressing health concerns by understanding the healing capacity of the body and the power in nature (ie natural remedies), along with treating the cause and the whole person, educating patients and communities, and knowing prevention is the best medicine. That being said spondylitis is an autoimmune and inflammatory condition which be treated through several therapies or remedies. To treat the whole person (ie. you) it is best that you work with a Naturopathic physician in your area to have him/her assess your condition and make a recommendation that will best address the autoimmune and inflammatory processes you have going on. READ MORE

  • Hair shedding

    This can definitely be related to your chemotherapy treatments but can also be related to digestive, stress or other hormone imbalances leading to the hair loss. Please follow up with your Oncologist or your Primary care physician. READ MORE

  • Pain Meds safe while taking Lyrica 25 mg

    It is best for your husband to follow his doctor's instructions on the prescriptions (Lyrica and Percocet) as his doctor is the prescriber and knows more about his health history. Lyrica can also help with pain so that may be enough. If pain is not manageable following up your prescribing doctor for pain management is best. READ MORE

Expert Publications

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Areas of expertise and specialization

Hormone and Immune ImbalancesAllergiesDigestive Issues and Food Reactions

Fellowships

  • NIH-funded Research Fellowship at Yale-Griffin Prevention Research Center, Derby, CT

Articles and Publications

  • Perlman AI, Rosenberger L, Ali A. Osteoarthritis. In: Integrative Medicine, Third Edition. Elsevier. 2011.Ali A, Kahn J, Rosenberger L, Perlman AI. Development of a manualized protocol of massage therapy for clinical trials in osteoarthritis. Trials. 2012 Oct4; 13:185. doi: 10.1186/1745-6215-13-185.Ali, A, Rosenberger L, Weiss TR, Milak C, Perlman AI. Massage Therapy and Quality of Life in Osteoarthritis of the knee: A Qualitative Study. Pain Med June 1; 18(6):1168-1175. Doi:10.1093/pm/pnw217Nawaz,H, Via CM, Ali A, Rosenberger LD. Project ASPIRE: Incorporating Integrative Medicine into Residency Training. Am J Prev Med. 2015 Nov; 49(5 Suppl 3): S296-301. Doi: 10.1016/j.amepre.2015.07.010.

Areas of research

  • Integrative and Functional MedicineComplementary and Alternative TherapiesMassage Therapy for Osteoarthritis of the Knee

Teaching and speaking

  • University of MarylandNational University of Natural Medicine Griffin Hospital Yale University - School of MedicineUniversity of Bridgeport

Hobbies / Sports

  • Volleyball

Dr. Lisa Rosenberger, ND, LAc's Practice location

East West Integrative Health Clinic

217 Montowese St -
Branford, CT 06405
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