About Dr. Hartridge, DO
Dr. Hartridge is a doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, who is licensed as a General Practitioner in New York and Georgia. She completed her Internship in a Family Medicine residency program at Brookhaven Memorial Hospital in Patchogue, NY, studied Osteopathic Medicine and Public Health at Touro University, California and Environmental Education at Davidson College, North Carolina.
Additionally, Dr. Hartridge is trained as a Starch Certified Health Care Provider by Dr. John McDougall (www.drmcdougall.com). Low Fat Plant Based food choices can help heal everything from diabetes to hypertension to autoimmune disorders and chronic pain. Dr. Hartridge is available to guide you and your specialists through this alternative, evidence based approach to disease management.
Because Dr. Hartridge attended osteopathic medical school, she is trained to diagnose and treat many common complaints with her hands. She spent her residency and medical school electives studying the application of osteopathic manipulative medicine with some of the most talented and forward thinking physicians in the country.
Dr. Holland and Dr. Hiserote
Dr. Cislo and Dr. McCombs
Dr. Cuny and Dr. Nuno
The practice of sustainable medicine acknowledges a connection between environment and health. Our health or manifestation of disease is a reflection of what we put in our bodies and the environment and relationships we experience. My goal with the practice of sustainable medicine is to be a conduit of evidence based information who helps guide my patients as knowledgable consumers of health care.